Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga

Since the late 1990s, Ashtanga has been considered one of the most popular forms of yoga in the Western world. Ashtanga centers on a vigorous physical practice that includes a series of poses linked together with breath to form a continuous sequence. The practice demands an intense level of physical strength, flexibility, and endurance, which explains why many people see it as a rigorous and challenging workout.

Whether you’re just starting out in yoga, or looking for something new as your goals change, adding an Ashtanga yoga class to your daily workout is a good way to keep your mind and body healthy and strong.

What Is Ashtanga Yoga?

The word Ashtanga is comprised of two Sanskrit words, “Ashta” and “Anga.” “Ashta” refers to the number eight, while “Anga” means limb or body part. Therefore, Ashtanga is the union of the eight limbs of yoga, into one complete, holistic system. These eight-limbs of yoga represent the various branches of the philosophy of the yoga sutras that form the foundation in the Ashtanga Yoga School.

The Ashtanga philosophy is to integrate all of the eight limbs of yoga, which include: Yama (moral codes), Niyama (self-discipline), Asana (posture), Pranayama (breath control), Pratyahara (sense withdrawal), Dharana (concentration), Dhyana (meditation), and Samadhi (oneness with the self. Ashtanga is a very dynamic and athletic form of hatha yoga, made up of six series or levels, with a fixed order of postures. It is rooted in vinyasa, the flowing movements between postures, with a focus on energy and breath. While it is a very physical practice, it also promotes mental clarity and inner peace.

What is the purpose of Ashtanga?

The intensive physical processes in Ashtanga are all about pushing through mental blocks, and emotional baggage to cultivate mental clarity, mindful breathing, physical strength, flexibility, and endurance.

The structure and frequency of the practice is designed to help you quickly improve your body and overall wellness. The set sequence of posture creates a strong framework that allows one to focus on the inner limbs of the yoga sutras.

Benefits Of Ashtanga Yoga

The benefits of Ashtanga yoga are numerous. It is known to be strenuous, so it is great for athletes and people that are looking for a good workout. Like most styles of hatha yoga, Ashtanga focuses on breath, poses, and meditation. A regular yoga practice can improve your flexibility, breathing, and balance. It can increase your stamina, bone density, and muscle strength, control your body weight, lowers your blood pressure, and relieve stress.

The benefits of the Ashtanga yoga are not only limited to physical factors. It also helps mentally and spiritually by boosting mental clarity, creating mental calmness, and developing better concentration in daily life.


Course Details


01st sept, 2023 

Days &  Timings
Mon-Fri (6:00 am to 7:00 am)          – ONLINE
Sat-Sun (7:00am to 8:00am)            – IN PERSON

Sat-Sun (8:00am to 10:00am)           – PERSONAL TRAINING


200 hrs: YIC
200 hrs: YTTC
200 hrs: AYTTC

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Testimonials of Our past Students.

Blending Vinyasa's flow with Hatha's precision, Yoga Bliss provided an exceptional journey. Instructors' expertise, mindful poses, and serene ambiance converged, creating a profound practice. Breathwork and philosophy added depth, leaving me serene and invigorated.

Babita sharma Client

Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga at Yoga Bliss brought a harmonious fusion. Energizing flows intertwined with grounding postures for a well-rounded practice. Mindful instruction and meditation enhanced the experience, although personalized attention could elevate it further.


Yoga Bliss' Vinyasa and Hatha Course offered an enriching journey. Balanced sequences engaged body and mind, with attentive guidance from instructors. Exploring yoga philosophy added depth. More flexible class times would enhance the experience.

Ramakrishnan Client
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