Sri Sai Cottage,Plat No:20, Ramakrishna Nager,Valasaravakkam, Chennai - 600087.

7 Petals Yoga

1. Pre & Post Natal Yoga

Pregnancy is one of the most cherished times in a woman’s life. And it can also be one of the most challenging times as the body and mind go through a complete transformation. Along with the baby’s birth, a mother is born too! The physical and emotional health of the mother has a huge impact on the growth of the fetus. Stress, weakness, emotional instability in the mother, affects the physical and mental development of the fetus.

Asanas and Pranayama develop deep awareness of the physiological and psychological changes, improve flexibility and strength, build abilities to manage the discomforts and suitably adjust to the changing biological environment Asanas create flexibility in the pelvic floor and the surrounding areas and build strength to adjust and face the challenges of labor and delivery. Pressures are removed and the body is light and healthy. Optimum space is created in and around the uterus for the fetus to grow well. The cervical and vaginal wall become elastic and the pubic bone becomes supple leading to normal easy delivery. Morning sickness, nausea, back pain, fatigue, thyroid problem, water retention, blood pressure, gestational diabetes and sleeplessness are healed.

Pranayama provides more oxygen and removes more toxins from body and mind. Everyday practice, enhances lung capacity, refreshes the brain and the systems with positive energies. The mother-to-be will enjoy high energies, all through the day and the fetus will grow in a comfortable and peaceful environment. After delivery, adjustments to the demanding situation will be easier, and there will no difficulties in feeding the baby.

SAPTA DALLA YOGA’S flowing Pre & Post natal yoga classes helps you to gain strength and flexibility through all trimesters. Includes asanas, meditation, pranayamas, mantra chanting, relaxation techniques and yoga nidra. Learn how to safely strengthen your abdominals and pelvic floor to maintain postural integrity during pregnancy, and recover your abs quickly after giving birth. These classes focus more on gentle stretches and flows with equal emphasis on deep relaxation and deep breathing with the help of props. Classes are modified based on your individual needs and to guide you through the different stages of your pregnancy

Benefits of practicing prenatal yoga-

  • It helps relieve tension from lower & upper back, neck and hips.
  • It helps restore a sense of balance.
  • Teaches self-acceptance and increases the awareness about the changes in the body-helping the mother connect with her baby.
  • Helps develop stamina and strength.
  • Deep breathing helps relax and distress and also prepares for labour, improves blood circulation and helps maintain a nourishing environment for the baby.
  • Improves reproductive system.
  • Helps to experience natural child birth.

  • Specific postures provide the body with necessary strength to face the contractions to ease labor, speed recovery and restore energy levels.
  • With everyday committed practice, there will be no nausea, indigestion, thyroid problems, back pain, high blood pressure, diabetes, varicose veins or other problems that are common during this phase of life.
  • Post natal practice of yoga helps to restore firmness in the muscles.

2. Kid’s Yoga

Children deal with many distractions, temptations, overstimulation and peer pressure and live in a world of busy parents, school pressures, incessant lessons, video games, and media influence. We usually don't think of these influences as stressful for our kids, but often they are, which damages their overall development.

Nowadays there are lots of issues with children like aggressive behavior, eating disorders, obesity, juvenile diabetes, vision problems, ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, low response rate, hyperactive, lack of immunity, breathing troubles, etc….the list goes on. The major reasons being, lack of physical activity, wrong diet (more junk foods), increased screen time, loneliness etc.

Yoga is a low-cost, helpful tool that can have a positive impact on children.

Yoga helps kids to:

  • Develop body awareness
  • Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way
  • Increase their positive self-image
  • Have an alternative to tuning out through constant attachment to electronic devices
  • A practical solution to childhood obesity.
  • Yoga helps students to find alternatives to violence, and develop a lifelong interest in wellness.
  • Enhances flexibility, awareness and strengths.
  • Strengthens bones, muscles and joints, improves stability
  • Regulates body metabolism and enhances proper growth.
  • Improves concentration, memory and confidence.
  • Strengthens all sense organs..
  • Corrects imbalances and strengthens the immune system
  • Improves organ functions, enhances circulation
  • Increases height and controls excess weight
  • Prevents many health issues, improves overall health
  • Removes negative emotions like anger, stress, hatred, jealousy and fear
  • Promotes positive thinking, increases clarity, concentration, memory power
  • Promotes mind and body balance, harmony leading to cheerful personality
  • Cultivates love and compassion, concern for others

Asanas and Pranayama have profound effect on the physical and mental development of children. Regular practice improves posture, inner awareness, builds personality and character, sharpens intellect and develops positive thoughts and emotions. Children will improve their concentration and memory, develop physical and mental strengths, enhance their learning abilities and acquire many new skills and make them successful in whatever they do.

At SAPTA DALLA YOGA, children learn the right ways of standing and sitting, and being loving, gentle, calm and patient. Fun filled, child friendly yoga classes incorporate age appropriate poses, activities, games, props, music, value based stories and brain gym exercises to engage children's bodies and minds. The classes also educate them on eating healthy foods, developing healthy habits, personality development, social skills etc

3. Teen Yoga

Teenage is not easy. Body image issues, low confidence, and constant pressure clouds the kids and bring their morale down. They must be trained to overcome these problems and take on tougher challenges. Teenage is a time when there is a rapid growth spurt, and yoga only makes it better and easier by making the teen’s body strong and flexible.

Teenage yoga is an excellent way to help your child deal with the overwhelming emotional and physical changes that they go through during adolescence. Teenagers who practice yoga are less stressed and perform better than their counterparts in academics.

Yoga will not only help the kids develop a good posture, overcome eating disorders, but also help them focus better and keep random thoughts at bay. Above all, yoga will empower the self-detesting teenagers to love themselves more and teaching them that beauty is inside out can encourage them to believe in themselves.

Aside from the physical benefits of yoga, yoga teaches teens techniques for coping with the unique issues they're faced with everyday—insecurity about their changing bodies, the enormous pressure to fit in, stressful schedules, and uncertainty about their beliefs and their futures.

Researchers of Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics found at the end of their ten week study, that high school students who participated in the yoga sessions during PT class scored better on psychological tests screening for anxiety, depression, and mood imbalances than the teens that did not. The teens who participated in yoga reported fewer negative emotions than those who didn’t participate in yoga during the ten week study.

Adolescence age is an ideal time to begin the practice of yoga. It will not only help to develop a healthy and regular menstrual cycle for girls but will also help to deal with psychological changes generally.

It has been proven time and again that yoga helps reduce stress, rejuvenate their senses through relaxation and enable smooth transition into adulthood. Following are the physical, emotional, social, psychological…. benefits of yoga for teens.

1. Physical

  • Weight Management – Stress can lead to overeating, which in turn leads to weight gain. Teenagers can also gain weight due to hormonal changes. The practice of yoga can prevent weight gain in both these cases.
  • Builds Strength – Yoga may seem like a passive activity, but it is not. Yoga engages physically, and in a safe manner when practiced right. Yoga builds strength, increases flexibility, lengthens the muscles, increases coordination and balance, builds core stability,
  • Promotes Better Posture – A lot of the yoga asanas or postures enable to improve the posture. Teenagers and children who carry heavy backpacks often have a ‘hunched over’ posture when they sit or stand or over a deskwork or gadgets! Yoga poses helps to maintain an upright posture, which strengthens the spine.

2. Emotional

By practicing present moment living, they will have a better sense of their emotions. Yoga will enable them to connect with their deeper layers and understand more fully what they are feeling. By developing a better understanding of their emotions, teens can then more appropriately process them. Emotional intelligence is a very powerful thing to learn at an early age.

Emotional intelligence is a very powerful thing to learn at an early age.

  • Improves Body Image – Above all, yoga encourages self-awareness, self-love and self-acceptance. This benefit is especially powerful for teens, struggling with body image and is ever trying to change their appearance to fit in. It’s a beautiful way to learn to love oneself and appreciate the body for what it is and what it can do, rather than what it looks like. It builds compassion for the self which then radiates to compassion for others.
  • Improves Breathing – Yoga is a blend of breathing exercises and postures that foster physical and emotional well-being. Yoga teaches children to focus on breath to promote mindfulness and Right breathing (stomach breathing) for relaxation.

3. Mental

  • Stress Management – Busts stress like magic. Yoga practice involves learning about breathing techniques that can help regulate the energy in the body and regulate stress.Yoga’s mental benefits are fairly well documented, and as evidenced by many studies, teenagers who practice yoga show more positive moods, less anxiety and depression, and greatly enjoy asana practice. With the stress and anxiety of exams, ranks, placement tests, speeches and all of the other pressures that children face today, yoga can be a step in the right direction.
  • Improved Mood And Cognitive Functioning – Regular yoga practice improves the mood and changes how stress, anxiety, and fatigue are perceived. Yoga also helps improve cognitive functioning, especially the individual’s memory, and performance. A 20-minute yoga session every day can improve an adolescent’s performance in tests, in terms of accuracy and speed.
  • Improves Concentration – The breathing exercises in yoga improve concentration. Yoga teaches them how to use their breath to stay focused on the task at hand and to take right decisions.

4. Social

By understanding that each and every single person is one, perhaps teens will learn to accept one another more fully, no matter their color, social interests or status.

Yoga is non-judgmental, and the more we practice, the more acceptance and less judgement we’ll have in our daily lives. Yoga will help teenagers become more compassionate for one another. Yoga flaunts a happiness quotient among teens.

At Sapta Dalla Yoga, we the team of experts, help the children to improve and boost their self-confidence, self-esteem, healthy body image, anger management, forgiveness, mindfulness in daily life and cultivate positive approach using affirmations which helps them to excel in their life as well as studies.

4. Wellness Yoga – WOMEN

Modern day living is fast-paced; we are always doing, achieving, and pushing ourselves to be bigger and better. For a woman’s body, this is incredibly stressful and creates various imbalances which affect our sleep, weight, digestion, libido, menstrual cycle, ability to cope, to get pregnant, and menopause.

Middle age for a woman comes with complexities. Yoga plays the role of a healer for a new set of physical changes in women. During the menopausal phase helps to balance hormones keep weight under control, avoid medical complications and maintain healthy digestive system.

A woman’s body is unique, for it is associated with transitions of puberty, the fertile years, menopause and post menopause. Through yoga a woman can maintain a balanced and harmonious reproductive system and may lead to greater vitality and radiant wellness. A yoga practice has the potential to support positive transformation through these natural cycles.

Science has shown yoga to be beneficial in its ability to increase mind-body awareness, promote physical movement, and cultivate acceptance of one’s internal experience of emotions, thoughts, and sensations. Women, relative to men, are at risk for experiencing reproductive-related health issues during the childbearing years due to normal physiological hormonal transitions that are associated with the reproductive lifecycle, namely menstruation, pregnancy and the postpartum period, and also generally for women over 50 due to menopause.

Yoga asanas are vital to women’s health. It gives women physical and emotional balance and teaches self acceptance. It helps them get better body awareness and encourages appreciation for all that our body does for us. It removes negativity and enables self-love. In yoga we use our own body resistance to build our muscle strength, flexibility, stamina and endurance.


Women of reproductive age can experience monthly fluctuations in emotional and physical symptoms that are associated with the cyclical rhythm of their menstrual cycle.

The majority of women experience some negative emotional, physical, or relational symptoms in the days prior to menses, with symptoms ranging on a continuum from mild to severe and debilitating. Emotional symptoms include mood labiality and irritability, while physical symptoms include fatigue, bloating, and breast tenderness. Exercises for women such as a regular yoga practice can address these symptoms by helping to calm the central nervous system through stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation response), which facilitates decreased stress and tension in the body and cultivates deep relaxation. Further, the practice of asanas with an emphasis on linking breath with movement can work to increase the flow of oxygenated blood to the reproductive organs and tissues, working to alleviate discomfort associated with cramps, and increase circulation in the body to minimize the storage of fluids that causes bloating.

Childbirth (pregnancy and post delivery)(Refer Pre & Post Natal Yoga)

The benefits of yoga for women who are pregnant and post delivery are manifold. Research has shown yoga to decrease the perception of pain during labor, reduce physical discomfort during pregnancy and labor, significantly reduce stress and sleep disturbance, as well as improve overall quality of life.

Approximately 13% of women experience a major depressive episode during and after pregnancy period. Research has documented poor outcomes associated with depression, such as higher rates of preeclampsia, spontaneous abortion, and complications during pregnancy and labor. Prenatal yoga has been associated with reduced depression and anxiety, and has been shown to support women with high-risk pregnancies by reducing the potential for pregnancy-induced hypertension or preeclampsia. The transition to motherhood can have a significant impact in the areas of work and relationships. Further, postnatal women often experience weight gain coupled with decreased physical activity following childbirth, with weight gain an important factor contributing to poor emotional health during this time. A regular postnatal yoga practice may affect change in these areas by helping to cultivate and support vitality, energy, weight loss and social functioning. Moreover, the physical aspect of yoga can counteract inactivity and agitation associated with depression and anxiety.


Menopause is defined as the cessation of ovarian function and marks the completion of a woman’s reproductive phase. The transition to menopause, called the premenopausal period, usually occurs in women between the ages of 45 and 55 and generally takes several years to unfold.

During perimenopause, fluctuating estrogen and progesterone levels manifest in uncomfortable psychological, somatic, and vasomotor symptoms. The most common menopausal symptoms include hot flashes, night sweats, fatigue, pain, decreased libido, and mood swings, with most symptoms persisting for several years post menopause. While not all women experience all of these symptoms, over half will likely experience mild symptoms. Premenopausal women need to turn to yoga to reduce the unwanted side effects of menopausal symptoms. While a yoga practice cannot directly effect estrogen production, restorative postures in particular can help to calm the nervous system by way of turning down the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight response) and supporting activation of the parasympathetic nervous system (relaxation response), as well as to improve functioning of the endocrine system, which can support the body in adapting to hormonal fluctuations.

Top health concerns for women:

High Grade Stress Restlessness Depression
Overweight with High Fat percentage Joint Ache Weakness and Tightness in Muscles
Lower Back Pain Neck and Shoulder Pain Breathlessness
Hormone Imbalance Allergies Sciatica
Breast, ovarian and other Cancers Ovarian Cysts Osteoporosi
Auto Immune Diseases Heart Disease Diabetes
Infertility Sleeplessness Thyroid
Arthritis Urinary Tract Infections Migraine
Constipation Kidney failure Menstrual Disorders(PCOD, Fibroids, etc)

Women are overwhelmed as they first get their children ready for school, and then drop them to school, before they head to work. Stress at work due to work overload and connecting with many different personalities at the work place puts a lot of mental and physical strain on the working women. Their muscles tighten up and they need a release.

By the time a woman reaches 35 years, time typically begins to take a toll on the woman’s body, and especially on those women who did not do their best to take care of themselves very well through exercising and eating right in their younger years. This is when they start feeling the aches in their stressed, weak and tired muscles and inflexible joints. They are overwhelmed with the various aspects of their lives. They realize that they have completely let go of themselves in their zeal to take care of their family and work as well as staying involved with their social lives. When they reach the point of complete overwhelm or when their physician brings to their attention the medical health concerns due to lack of exercise and negligence of healthy eating habit, sleep patterns etc., they reach out to the experts for help. SAPTA DALLA YOGA comes to the rescue of such women in need of expert care.

Sapta Dalla Yoga focuses on bringing healthy life to women as they are the ones who bring happiness to the whole family. A daily yoga routine can be modified and adapted to suit a women’s changing needs in each phase of life helping her to achieve peace of mind and bodily poise. Our classes incorporates the ancient techniques, but with a modern day approach that specifically works towards women’s wellness. These practices take into account the stress of our modern lives, as well as the hormonal and anatomical differences specific to women in order to promote mental and physical balance and a feeling of calm vitality. Our Women Wellness Yoga is the key to a balanced, healthy and stress-free revitalised you.

In addition to the physical benefits of improved blood circulation, postural alignment, muscle tone and balance, our sessions specifically works on the neuro endocrine system which helps to harmonise the hormonal levels and creates new foundations for emotional stability. All classes include relaxation and cultivate a calm, balanced, vital feeling while detoxifying the body, promoting a sense of inner wellbeing.


5. Wellness Yoga - MEN

Not only women, but men also have their own set of problems. Guys have problems too, be it social problems, psychological, physical, or biological. A lack of awareness, weak health education, and unhealthy work and personal lifestyles has caused a steady deterioration of the well-being of men. Wrong Diet and improper lifestyle are the major components of diseases.

Men, now more than ever, are taking a much larger role in helping with household decision making and child rearing. Their responsibilities are changing with more add-ons like meeting the work pressure, targets, presentations, budgets, rivalry, EMI’s, bills, spending quality time with family, pick up and dropping of children, etc, etc, which are more demanding.

Our modern way of life is less physically active than ever before. For many people work is very sedentary. It is done at a desk, with the assistance of telephone and email for communication. Recreation has also become increasingly sedentary. Since the advent of television and video games, many people now take their recreation sitting in front of these screens. Transport is also less active. Lack of physical activity is associated with a wide range of diseases and other health problems

Men reap many benefits from practicing yoga. Yoga for men increases flexibility, establishes mindfulness, and enhances athletic performance.

Yoga builds strength in the cardiovascular system and raises the heart rate, lungs will become stronger and the ability to breathe deeply and fully will improve – which provides more oxygen in the body and improves the endurance overall.

Many yoga poses are held for a series of breaths which allow the muscles to lengthen and strengthen simultaneously. Yoga also practices many different breathing techniques that do more than build strength in our lungs. The deep abdominal breathing activates the parasympathetic nervous system which lowers the levels of cortisol – a hormone that makes our body hold belly fat. When we practice deep breathing, effectively reduce stress and cortisol levels in the body – something everyone can benefit from.

Yoga keeps your body fit, flexible and strong. Generally men are not flexible. The poses are powerful and specifically designed to open and strengthen the body efficiently. Yoga will make men more flexible, light and in many ways stronger than any other exercise – without straining the body! With patience and steady practice, one will become more open than, ever imagined. The right combination of strength and mobility is the key, to tone and strengthen muscles or just to age gracefully. The muscles at the back that have been deteriorating from the constant desk job will be taken care.

You’ll beat stress

Much of the workplace benefits can also be tied to yoga’s effect on stress. But the effects of that can be much further reaching, too.

In fact, yoga’s positive effects have been shown on a cellular level when it comes to reducing stress. A study published in the journal Immunology found that those who did yoga suppressed the activation of certain genes that cause inflammation, a common response to stress that can lead to some serious health implications.

On top of that, yoga has been found to increase your body's ability to respond to stress more effectively, by reducing heart rate, blood pressure, and easing respiration in stressful situations that typically increase these responses.

Yoga will help improve diet, sleep and overall health. Once you're feeling the physical benefits of your yoga regimen, you naturally begin to shift your diet and sleeping patterns. During yoga, you will notice your mind is so focused on what you're doing that it is impossible to think about your job, bills or anything else. You find yourself fully in the moment, and that complete focus puts your mind at ease. Afterward, you will feel grounded and relaxed. The combination of your body and mind feeling fantastic is a recipe for practical, healthy lifestyle changes.

Yoga allows you to do the things you love more efficiently and for longer. The whole point of yoga is to live your life to the fullest. Whether you love to run, play, travel or play with your kids – yoga will help you do the things you love, better and longer. When you feel great, you are able to truly savor life.

You’ll be more productive at work

Add in some yoga to your routine and you might just do a better job at work, too. It increases the mental resilience, the researchers say, which helps them deal with stress. And that’s especially true for people in high-powered positions who may be more vulnerable to burnout.

What’s more, a 2013 study of 367 workers from the Netherlands found that a six-month intervention including both a yoga workout and a general workout per week led to greater feelings of workplace vitality—feeling higher levels of perseverance and resilience, and lower levels of fatigue.

Yoga is the fountain of youth. Between all the physical, mental and overall health benefits, yoga will make you feel better and younger than you could have ever imagined and live more vibrantly. This only happens after you commit to a regular yoga routine. Anything worth doing will take patience and time.

You’ll sleep better

Whether you struggle with insomnia or simply can't fall asleep easily at night, yoga may be the remedy you've been missing. The simple physical and mental exertion required in yoga caused by the stretching and relaxing of muscles helps to sleep better. Breathing practices in yoga helps to improve the strength of the respiratory muscles, which helps in conditions like snoring or sleep apnea.

Yoga alleviates pain and injury. Most men suffer with injuries and pain, particularly in the back, knees and joints. Yoga uses controlled movements, expert alignment, biomechanics and breath to open your body efficiently while minimizing the risk of injury. Safety and alignment are the absolute first priorities in yoga with individual capability. Yoga will help take the health to a whole new level.

You’re mobility and posture will improve

If you think that you are young and healthy then why are your joints and muscles stiff and achy? Many people spend a large deal of their day sitting down at a desk, looking down at a computer or their phone... this only helps to reiterate that habitual pattern of a sinking chest, shoulders rolling in, and a dropped head. Yoga helps counter those effects, as well the results of sitting in an office chair all day. Some of the diseases which affects men and can be prevented/ controlled through regular yoga practice:

  • Chronic heart diseases
  • Pulmonary diseases
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Stroke
  • Cancer (lungs, oral etc)
  • Alcohol, smoking, drug addictions
  • Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and other dementias
  • Diabetes
  • Impotency
  • High blood pressure
  • Obesity
  • Depression
  • Kidney failure

6. Corporate Yoga

In the corporate world, stress is an inescapable reality. It is also the primary cause for hundreds of ailments - several of which, are fatal and depletes body’s resources faster than it can recover them. This causes everything from cognitive and emotional problems to physical and behavioral problems – all of which affect your work and your relationship with your clients, employees, friends and family. Yoga understands the delicate intertwining of stress and work relations in the corporate world. It is a holistic approach to calm and harmonize the relationship between the body and the mind, and works to create a balance between the two. It provides you with techniques that help you de-stress effectively, and develop your memory power and concentration skills. It involves practices that specialize in teaching the mind to make proper, well thought of decisions. And in doing so, it increases your efficiency in the workplace and gives you the morale that you have been missing. Apart from all its mental and emotional benefits, Yoga also works on the body of the practitioner to tone the various muscles of the body and improve immunity. It is a great way to keep fit without having to go through that harrowing hour in the gym.

Some of the benefits for the employer:
  • Increased productivity
  • Decreased absenteeism
  • Higher morale
  • Lower turnover
  • Fewer insurance claims for common illnesses
Employees gain:
  • Eye movements to relieve eyestrain
  • Stretches and postures to promote better alignment
  • Breathing for greater health and well-being
  • Deep relaxation and meditation for mental clarity and ability to handle stress.
  • Improved concentration
  • Increased motivation and creativity
  • Fewer aches and pains at their desks
  • An overall sense of well-being about their lives, work, and companies
  • Improved function of all internal systems of the body
  • Stronger bones, leaner muscles, and more-flexible joints
  • Get relaxation with frozen shoulder.

At SAPTA DALLA YOGA, we transform the tension and fatigue to alertness, stamina and greater productivity. Whether you are a doctor, a lawyer, a banker, a teacher, a entrepreneur, a singer or a politician, we will help you to obtain better results in your work and give a better service to your clients. Our Yoga classes are well-designed to infuse fresh elixir and new life to enhance health & harmony and to harness power & performance.

Sessions can be either at the workplace or at our centre according to the convenience.

7. Senior’s Yoga

Aging is inevitably a natural process however its degeneration and associated health hazards can at best be postponed to an extent through implementation of yoga. Yogic practice can postpone the age-related effects of aging motor systems as well as pathological conditions. As we grow older, the efficiency of the immune system deteriorates, paving the way for various diseases. Regular practice of yoga techniques such as asanas, pranayama and meditation can help avoid these conditions. So make your life happier and more fulfilling with yoga.

They also face multiple problems or geriatric problems like dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s, hypertension, heart, blood sugar, asthma, kidney problems, digestive, cataract, bed sore, pressure sore fractures, osteoporosis, neurological problems, wrinkles, low immunity, tumors, cancer, etc. Problems like myocardial infarction, rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular disorders, ischaemia, reperfusion, and many cancer diseases are also common. Diseases accelerate the aging process.Regular practice of yoga asanas, pranayama and meditation can lead to a happier and more fulfilling life. Yoga will not just tone your body, but will also uplift your mind. Your attitude will improve. You will think and feel young. And remember, you are as young as you feel!

Benefits of senior yoga
  • Chair yoga or yoga with props relaxes the neck and back muscles, releasing piled up stress
  • Yoga helps to keep the joints steady and flexible.
  • Helps alleviate body pain, tension and fatigue.
  • Improves digestion and clears bowel movements.
  • Increases flexibility enabling to bend and reach the toes.
  • Regulates blood pressure
  • Helps co-ordinate body movements and improves sense of balance.
  • Helps maintain healthy bones and muscles
  • Increases overall muscle strength.
  • Alleviates depression and loneliness as you keep the mind engaged and happy.

SAPTA DALLA YOGA team is very kind, approachable, understanding and gives personal attention to each and every individual with utmost care and love. Feel at home and be relaxed.

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