Yoga must reach every person on earth, so that they have complete control of their inner wellbeing.
AdiYoga is a unique outcome of Sadhguru’s vision to bring the subtle and powerful science of classical Hatha Yoga to one and all. It is an unparalleled opportunity to learn practices derived from a yogic tradition maintained in its full purity and vibrancy for thousands of years and to continue these practices in a dedicated space under the guidance of trained Isha Hatha Yoga teachers.
This represents an opportunity for regular guided sessions to deepen one’s sadhana. The studio has been designed keeping in mind the importance of having a conducive atmosphere to enhance the experience of Isha Hatha Yoga practices.
Offering programs in an organised, high quality, and holistic format, AdiYoga is an invitation to anyone and everyone seeking a transformation by making classical Hatha Yoga a part of their lives. We extend opportunities to everyone to join, build upon their learnings, and continue their sadhana regularly in the dedicated spaces provided by AdiYoga.
All programs and guided sessions are conducted by trained teachers who have undergone 1750+ hours of rigorous training at the Isha Yoga Centre and are certified by the Isha School of Hatha Yoga. Under the guidance of Sadhguru, these teachers offer classical Hatha Yoga in its full depth and dimension.
At its very core, AdiYoga offers five ancient and powerful practices that transform the body and mind into greater possibilities: Upa Yoga, Angamardana, Surya Kriya, Yogasanas, and Bhuta Shuddhi.
These Isha Hatha Yoga practices, selected and designed by Sadhguru, are geared towards everyone being able to access the gift of classical hatha yoga. These programs do not have any prerequisites. They are suitable for beginners as well as those who may consider themselves as advanced practitioners of yoga.
Isha Upa Yoga
A simple yet powerful system of exercise that activates the joints, muscles, and energy system. It dispels inertia in the body’s energy and brings ease to the whole system.
A way of aligning the inner system and adjusting it to the celestial geometry, thereby becoming in sync with the existence and naturally achieving a chemistry of healthfulness, joyfulness, blissfulness, and above all, balance.
There is a whole system of yoga called Bhuta Shuddhi, which means “purification of the elements.” The wellbeing of the body and mind can be established by purifying these elements within the human system.
Disease happens because the fundamental structure of the body is being disturbed. The level and type of disturbance that happens in each system is very different. So it needs to be handled individually.