May 262014
 

 Tuesday Yoga Classes London ON

 

SAVY Yoga at Waterloo Street

Downtown London Yoga Classes Schedule

Registration closed for all classes

 At 432 Waterloo Street London ON N6B 2P2.

(Studio entry is at the back)

Surya Yoga (Sun Salutations) – 6.45 am to 7.45 am
SAVY Flow – 7.45 am to 8.45 am
SAVY Starter  – 10 am to 11 am
SAVY Strengthener – 11 am to 12 MD
Chair Yoga – 12 to 1 pm
Pre-Natal Yoga – 7 to 8 pm
Yoga for Face (Sign up for package) – 8 to 9 pm

 

South London SAVY Studio

South London Yoga Classes schedule

Registration closed for all classes

At 119 Exeter Road London ON N6L 1A4

(Free Parking, Wheel Chair Accessible)

SAVY Healer (Sign up for package) – 6 am to 7.30 am
Mindful Awareness  (Sign up for package) –  7.30 am to 8.30 am
SAVY Sukshma (Subtle) Yoga – 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Rejuvenation Yoga (Sign up for package) – 10.30 am to 12 MD
Chair Yoga – 12 to 1 pm
Yoga for Stress and Anxiety (Sign up for package) – 1 to 2 pm
Sanskrit for Yoga (Sign up for package) – 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Children’s Yoga – 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Deep Stretch Yoga – 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm

 

SAVY Yoga at Concord Road

North-West London Yoga Classes Schedule

Registration open. Please check the new schedule here.

At 163 Concord Road London ON N6G 3H9.

(Free Parking)

Small Class Yoga Only

(All classes available only as Separate Packages)

Breathe & Heal- 3.30 am to 4.30 am
Surya Yoga – 5.30 am to 6.30 am
SAVY Energizer – 6.30 am to 7.30 am
SAVY Vinyasa – 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
SAVY Vinyasa – 6.45 pm to 7.45 pm

To see the full schedule, please click here and check schedule for different locations.

Choose your class today! Please book your spot in advance to avoid inconvenience.

Pre-registration at least one day in advance is mandatory.

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May 242014
 

Monday Yoga Classes London ON

 

South London SAVY Studio

South London Yoga Classes schedule

At 119 Exeter Road London ON N6L 1A4

(Free Parking, Wheel Chair Accessible)

SAVY Healer (Sign up for package) – 6 am to 7.30 am
Mind over Matter – Yoga for Super Brain (Sign up for package) –  7.30 am to 8.30 am
SAVY Flow – 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Yoga for Fibroids, Tumours & Cancer (Sign up for package) – 10.30 am to 12 MD
Lunch Yoga – 12 to 1 pm
Yoga for Diabetes, Thyroid & Endocrine Disorders (Sign up for package) – 1 to 2 pm
Sanskrit Class (Sign up for package) – 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Self-Marma Massage – 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
SAVY Starter – 6.00 pm to 7.00 pm

Beat the Monday Morning blues with SAVY Yoga!

Continuous yoga practice helps fight your blues as well as to explore and direct life in a better way. Time invested in practicing these yoga poses daily will set your spirits high for a lifetime. 

Here are some yoga poses to beat the Monday morning blues.

Viparita Karani (Legs up the wall pose): Lie down on the floor and raise legs at vertical, against a wall. Without the use of a wall support this posture looks a little like supported shoulder stand. This posture helps the mind to be in present moment which helps in coming out of foul moods and blues.

Viparita Karani

Virbhadrasana I (Warrior I): It is essentially a balancing pose which also expands the chest region and shoulders. It is a very good posture to relieve stress. Expanding chest region brings the sense of happiness, which ultimately takes you out of the gloom. Warrior II and Warrior III also achieve the same purpose.

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Adho Mukh Svanasana (downward facing dog pose): This posture works as an anti-depressant and is one of the poses in traditional sun salutation. It also frees sciatic nerve. This pose supports your head and forces you to be in present moment by engaging you on all four limbs.

Adhomukhashvanasana

Parsarita Padottanasana (Wide legged forward bend): This posture plays a vital role in calming the brain. It brings a feeling of support and lets you feel free at the same time when you feel lonely.

Prasarita Padottansana

Salamba Shirshasan (Supported Head stand): Also called the King of Yoga Poses, this is an inversion posture, where in with the support of your hands, you stand on your head upside down. This posture requires a lot of focus hence keeping the mind in present moment. It’s a therapeutic posture for mild depression and insomnia. It also calms the mind and relieves the stress.

Shirshasana

Salamba Sarvangasamasana (Supported Shoulder Stand): It is an inverted pose, and it engages all parts of the body. With the support of the shoulders the entire body from the torso is taken upwards and is balanced straight. This posture relieves stress and depression.

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Shalabhasana (Locust Pose): This pose is very interesting and challenging pose. It helps in relieving stress and uplifts your mood instantly.

Shalabhasana

Chakrasana (Wheel Pose): This is a chest opener pose. Chest opener poses helps in relieving stress, and heart is flooded with space and light, making us feel better. All we have to do is just sit the opposite way we sit when we are sad – shoulders square, chest expanded, head held high.

Chakrasana

Practice these poses regularly. 

 

Monday – Yoga Relevance and History

Monday is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Adi Yogi or the First Yogi, who gave the gift of Yoga to humanity. On this day, he is worshipped along with his consort goddess Parvati. Though, of course, as is the custom, Lord Ganesha is venerated right at the beginning of the worship. Devotees also listen to Shiva Bhajans on this day.

Ritual:

The ‘Somvar Vrat’ or Monday fast is observed from sunrise till sunset and the devotee partakes of the food only after saying his evening prayer. Fasting on Mondays in the month of Shravan is considered even more auspicious. Hindus believe that observing a fast or ‘upvaas’ on Mondays will satisfy Lord Shiva who will grant them wisdom and fulfill all their desires. In some places, unmarried girls and spinsters keep fast to be blessed with an ideal husband.

Folklore:

This tradition goes back to Hindu mythology, though the myths vary greatly from region to region. One popular one is that there lived a very poor Brahmin who started devoting his Mondays to fasting and worshipping Lord Shiva. After a period of time, the Lord was satisfied with his devotion and blessed him with wealth. Another lore speaks of a rich merchant who begets a son after a prolonged wait but the child dies. It is only with the grace of Lord Shiva and Parvati that the son is reborn. A third story is describes a game of dice played between Shiva and Parvati that makes Monday important for Shiva.

Color & Gem:

White is the preferred color of the day and Pearl the preferred gem.

Celestial Body:

The Moon (Chandra) rules Monday.

To see the full schedule, please click here and check schedule for different locations.

Choose your class today! Please book your spot in advance to avoid inconvenience.

Pre-registration at least one day in advance is mandatory.

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Apr 052014
 

Announcing Two New SAVY Yoga Studios

Congratulations London!

With your patronage, love and kind support, SAVY Yoga has been growing from strength to strength since its inception in 2011.

Conceived to be an island of excellence for Yoga, Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Therapy and related branches , SAVY has always strived to bring the best in traditional Yoga to you, in all its potential and enormity, at the South London SAVY Yoga Studio on Exeter Road.

At SAVY, Yoga is not just another exercise form; it’s a potent tool not only to stay healthy, but also to regain health if any component of health gets compromised.

We have been working hard towards that end and could introduce ‘Dr Sahdev’s ‘Breathe and Heal’ Program and SAVY Yoga Cancer Support Services some time back. A lot more is on way!

Now, we are making this true traditional form of Yoga available to you in our all new Downtown London and North-west London locations too!

It’s heartening to announce these two new locations for SAVY Yoga, which will be operational from April 16, 2014

First new location is in Downtown London, at 432 Waterloo Street London ON N6B 2P2.

It’s a beautiful Yoga Studio inside a Victorian heritage building with a lot of taste and character to it.

Right in the heart of London, we’ll be offering group classes at this location.

So, get ready for some real Yoga downtown!

Come and discover the new hottest Yoga in town!

You won’t need the artificial heat to sweat it out!

It’ll be fully operational from April 16, 2014.

Check details on London Yoga Classes page.

Click here to get your FIRST CLASS FREE

OR

Get your Inaugural Offer of $14 for 14 Days of Unlimited Yoga here!

 

 

Second new location is at 163 Concord Road London ON N6G 3H9.

In this calm, serene family neighbourhood, we are offering Small Class Yoga and Private Classes at this location.

This will also be operational from April 16, 2014.

To get your Inaugural Small Class Yoga Offer at this location, click here!

 

The South London SAVY Yoga Studio on Exeter Road will continue to be fully operational.

Under one of the most qualified faculty in North America, expect some real quality Yoga!

With the South London SAVY Yoga Studio and these two added locations, three locations in London in toto, we rededicate ourselves to the health and wellness of people of London ON specifically, and people of rest of the world in general!

Thank you London!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Jitender K Sahdev

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