JIVA BRINGS YOU LIVE YOGA SERIES ON INSTAGRAM THIS INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY
~ Yoga practitioners will conduct live sessions from Taj Fisherman’s Cove in Chennai, Taj Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad and Taj Rishikesh Resort & Spa from June 19-21, 2020
These experts will take guests through the principles of Ashtanga Yoga – the Eight Limbs of Yoga. Focusing on physical, mental and spiritual well-being, the virtual sessions will be live streamed from some of the most stunning Taj hotels across the country., the award winning wellness brand from has curated a one-of-a-kind yoga series for its guests and followers this International Yoga Day. Celebrating Indian wellness traditions, professional yoga practitioners will showcase holistic healing techniques through a three-part virtual wellness series taking place from 19th to 21st June.
The soulful and tranquil ambience of the beach at makes an ideal location to demonstrate the first few principles of Ashtanga Yoga, focussing on physical well-being. This will be streamed on the 19th of June 2020. Dr. Rajneesh, Ayurveda Physician and trained Yoga expert, will give guests an introduction to Ashtanga Yoga, followed by a discourse on Yama and Niyama and a demonstration of the Pawan Mukta series.
The next part of the series will take place on 20th June at the magnificent . Perched 2,000 feet above the city of Hyderabad, exudes romance and grandeur, blending together colonial and Indian designs with a piece of history. As part of the session, National Gold Medallist in Yoga, Sandeep, will focus on mental well-being, introducing and demonstrating Pranayama, while hosting a discourse on Pratyahara.
The live sessions will conclude on 21st June in Rishikesh, the ‘Yoga Capital of the World’, at the . Located by the banks of the holy Ganga and at the foothills of the Himalayas, the hotel is the perfect location to celebrate International Yoga Day. The last session on spiritual well-being will be hosted by Yoga instructor, Kapil Kumar, who will briefly introduce Dharana and Dhyana, before moving on to meditating on the banks of the Ganga. The three-part series will end with a Ganga Aarti.