Kaivalyadhama, one of the oldest and pioneering institutes of scientific research in Lonavala, is rooted deep into the heritage of yoga and improving the lives of millions of people in the country and all over the world. The practice has been promoted and preserved in its traditional form by eminent Yoga Masters during the past 97 years.
The objective here is to unite people around the world through the art of traditional yoga. Located across India starting from Lonavala to Mumbai, Rajkot, New Delhi, Jaipur, and Bhopal, Kaivalyadhama has made its mark in the USA, China and Japan.
The institute offers several online and offline courses and provides workshops that help a person with numerous health benefits and provide great knowledge on traditional yoga.
On 18th April 2021, Kaivalyadhama launched ‘Sthapna’ to add to its exceptional initiatives. It is a program of basic yet very prominent form of Yoga, a blended course that goes beyond the various contemporary forms of Yoga and lays the foundation for exploration into the study of Yoga.
Minding the ongoing pandemic, Sthapna is a self–paced online course of more than 15 hours session that looks into the contemporary, textual and experiential study of Yoga’s history, its types, spirituality, scientific aspects, philosophy and application. It follows a holistic aggregate of theory, chanting and practice that consists of postures and breathing. Sthapna is a unique onsite and online learning model.
After the end of the 15 hours online program, one-week onsite training is hosted at varied centres of Kaivalyadhama in India. One can join for onsite training that will offer participants a Foundation Course Certification from IYA (Indian Yoga Association).
The CEO of Kaivalyadhama, Mr Subodh Tiwari said, “Yoga is a practice of Moksha (spiritual self-realization). With the start of Sthapna, we are happy to provide the ideology of the importance of Yoga in the current situation.
“The program will pave the foundation for a beginner and give insights on the tradition of Yoga, practices of different Prāṇāyāma and Āsanas”.
“In a place covered with masks and polluted breathing, one can enjoy their stay at Kaivalyadhama amongst the nature covered with beautiful flowers, birds, gardens and trees indulging in the varied programs by the institute,” Tiwari added.