In this ever-demanding, uncertain and ever-changing world full of distractions, take charge of your well-being.
Join our meditation courses/workshops and yoga sessions for calming the mind and body, managing the stress, anxiety, to gain clarity and develop a still and a focused mind with ancient techniques for daily self-practice.
Practicing meditation has been shown to reduce anxiety, calm the amygdala, increase our ability to think creatively and empathetically take other people’s perspective. Steve Jobs, an early adaptor of meditation described his experience like this: “You start to see things more clearly and be in the present more. Your mind just slows down, and you see a tremendous expanse in the moment. You see so much more than you could see before.” – What Meditation Can Do for Your Leadership, HBR
When you lift weights, your muscles get stronger and bigger. When you do yoga, your brain cells develop new connections, and changes occur in brain structure as well as function, resulting in improved cognitive skills, such as learning and memory. Yoga strengthens parts of the brain that play a key role in memory, attention, awareness, thought, and language. Think of it as weightlifting for the brain. – Harvard Health Publishing of the Harvard Medical School blog
The teachings are based on Ananda Yoga which is both relaxing and revitalizing. It promotes harmony on all levels- physical, mental and spiritual- via yoga postures, breathing techniques and meditation. Two unique features are; (1) special exercises to increase your energy levels, and (2) the practise of highly effective, silent affirmations designed to increase the benefits of the postures.
Certified Meditation Teacher
RYT 200 Certified Yoga Teacher
Sheetal Chavan is a certified meditation teacher from India who has been living in Europe since 2017. She was introduced to meditation and yoga at the age of 12 by her father, which helped her improve focus and concentration. She says, ‘The reason why I give credit to yoga and meditation is because during times of uncertainty, it has helped to have clarity of my thoughts and in my decision-making in my personal and professional life. It has helped me to improve my focus and concentration. Using these techniques in times of stress and anxiety has helped me manage my mental health, esp. during covid.’
Sheetal Chavan is a kriyaban and a disciple of Paramhansa Yogananda since 2014. She teaches an ancient technique of meditation based on the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda, a classical technique that improves concentration, reduces stress, and helps individuals connect with their highest selves. She offers retreats and meditation courses both online and offline, catering to beginners and experienced meditators.
In addition to meditation, Sheetal is also a certified RYT 200 Yoga teacher from the International Yoga Alliance. She offers Ananda Yoga classes, a scientific methodology that aims to raise energy from the body to the brain. Her classes are designed for those seeking a gateway through yoga with intention and focus, offering a pathway to inner calmness and peace for beginners and intermediate students.
While holding a full-time job in an e-commerce company, Sheetal continues to teach yoga and meditation, sharing the benefits she has gained through these practices with others.