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Welcome to Ankit Yoga

A divine Journey to self

About us

● Ankit, originated from Sanskrit, means distinguished. And also the name of the co founder.

● The word Yoga is derived from Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’ means ‘Union’. The Ankit Yoga logo represents that union of man and the superior power.

● The white colour of logo depicts The transcendental state of Bliss (Hindi word), where there is no thought and no desire’s left.

● The very Black background is a representation of forgiveness and absolution from past or present mistakes.

● The yellow (Prithvi) and orange (Creativity) colour figures exhibit Human Life, their physical presence in the universe and how deeply they are rooted.

● The seven coloured dots in human figure refers to the pathways of our seven concentrated energy centers in Human body known as Chakras.

It is obvious that modern day technology has eased the life of today’s man. However, it also has a negative impact on different aspects of health. The reasons for such problems are multiple, to mention some of them are pollution, lack of physical & mental activity which leads to respiratory diseases, obesity, stress, social isolation and many more.

Now, there are numerous ways to keep oneself physically active and strong. However, Yoga deals with other aspects of health simultaneously like psychological and spiritual. The advantage with Yoga is anyone can do it, men, women, children’s, young or old, healthy or diseased, unlike many fitness regime, where you need heavy machineries or accessories which aren’t suitable for everyone. Therefore, practicing Yoga has become a necessity nowadays to keep yourself healthy and rejuvenated.

Thus, aforesaid circumstances inspired us to prevent the society from the dangerous impact of modernization and to keep all of your complications at bay.

Why Yoga ?

❥ To enable people across globe to lead a healthy way of life through Yogic tradition.

❥ To bring quality and standard in practice of Yoga.

❥ To promote Yoga Education in society.

❥ To promote Yoga as a career skill.

❥ To collaborate with National and International organizations for promotion of Yoga.

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also known as Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, which is named after the term given in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras for the eight-fold path of yoga, or ashtanga, meaning “eight-limbed” in Sanskrit. Ashtanga yoga is said to be a form of yoga that is dynamic, flowing style that interfaces the movement of the body with the breath. The method stresses the significance of the everyday practice of a set series of movements. There are six series of Ashtanga yoga arrangements, which one advances through at their own pace. This form of yoga has many benefits like Mental healing, helps in coordination, helps a person with emotional stability, makes cardio workouts more effective and many more.


The breath could be termed as a bridge between the body and the mind. In yoga it’s exceptionally vital, laying the foundation for the different sorts of movements. The type of breath that one utilizes in yoga varies by practice and the specific flow that one is working on. The diverse styles of breathing in yoga have distinctive benefits. Some provide one more energy and strength in their postures, whereas a few assist with relaxation and also softens into positions. One such type of yoga is pranayama. It is the Sanskrit word that alludes to breathwork in yoga. “Prana” implies “life constrain” and “Yama” implies “to control”, so pranayama implies controlling the breath. When one works on their breath in yoga they are intentionally changing the way that one breathes to assist the person with whatever posture they are in.

Hatha yoga

Hatha Yoga is said to be a preliminary process of Yoga. The word “ha” implies sun, “ta” implies moon. “Hatha” implies Yoga to bring a balance between the sun and the moon in one’s body. Hatha Yoga could be classified as one type of mind-body workout. it includes the practice of physical postures in conjunction with an awareness of the breath to assist in creating mental focus and to connect the mind, body, and spirit. Everyday practice of Hatha Yoga improves strength, flexibility, and balance and may also offer a few lights to moderate aerobic conditioning as well. There are many more benefits of this type of yoga that one could attain from incorporating breath work (pranayama) and meditation practice. These practices have been appeared to provide useful impacts in various health conditions also that includes cancer, heart disease, asthma, infertility, pregnancy, sleep deprivation and many more.

Kundalini yoga

it is a form of yoga that includes chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive poses. Its main purpose is to activate one’s Kundalini energy or shakti. This is often spiritual energy that’s said to be found at the base of one’s spine. The term “Kundalini” comes from the Sanskrit word “kundal,” which implies “circular.” It moreover alludes to a coiled snake. According to professionals, Kundalini energy is like that coiled snake: It sits at the base of one’s spine, resting and unaroused.

As Kundalini yoga awakens this vitality, it’s assumed to upgrade one’s mindfulness and assist a person to move past one’s inner self. This practice is also known as “yoga of awareness.”


Dhyana is a word that has been derived from the Sanskrit language which means “reflection.” It has been inferred from the root words, dhi, which implies “receptacle” or “the mind”; and yana, implying  “moving” or “going.” It is a refined meditative practise that requires profound mental concentration. This kind of meditation could only be practised after engaging in preliminary exercises. dhyana builds upon the practices of asana (physical pose), pranayama (breath control), pratyahara and Dharana (concentration).

Prenatal yoga

Prenatal yoga could be said as a style that has been designed for pregnant ladies to practice. It includes a mixture of stretching, mental focus and controlled breathing that offers various types of benefits to expectant mothers. This shape of yoga can moreover increase the quality and flexibility within the muscles utilized amid childbirth. Prenatal yoga may decrease stress levels and also helps to improve sleep patterns amid pregnancy. It may moreover ease physical distress such as sickness, migraines and lower back pain. Another advantage ordinarily related to this sort of yoga is the way in which the breathing strategies and state of self-awareness learned can offer assistance amid delivery.

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