Sadhna Wellness Center Yoga Classes | yoga at Sadhna Wellness
With a variety of yoga practices, it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or advanced, the Sadhna Center has something to offer.
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With its focus on breath control, meditation, and body movements, yoga is an important practice for health, relaxation, and well-being. Yoga calms the mind, allows the practitioner to center and let go of daily stresses, and stretches and moves the body in ways that encourage fitness and overall well-being. With a variety of yoga practices, it doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or advanced, the Sadhna Center has something to offer.



Yoga Classes


A practice aimed at physical and mental wellness, yoga originated in India with roots that date back to the fifth and sixth centuries BCE. Originally used to hone focus and enrich meditation, yoga has since transitioned into a popular Western alternative for physical fitness, with classes in virtually every variety offered across the United States.


Low impact with strength-training qualities, yoga can be practiced by virtually anyone, anywhere, at any time. Boasting amazing health benefits, both mental and physical, practitioners of yoga are able to improve both physical fitness and quality of life.

Physical benefits of yoga

As a form of exercise, yoga can be extremely beneficial, helping you build strength in your core, arms, glutes, back, and legs. In addition, yoga can also improve balance, posture, and flexibility, allowing you to walk taller and stand straighter. Yoga utilizes your body weight, pushing you through a series of poses that test the ways in which your body can move. Some poses, like Warrior I, are very simplistic and easy for practitioners at all levels, while others, like Crow, may take months of practice to accomplish.

Yoga is a low-impact exercise, making it perfect for the elderly, those trying to lose weight, individuals overcoming injuries, and anyone with joint pain or a limited range of movement. Poses can be adapted to physical ability, allowing anyone interested to learn and grow through yoga.

Through yoga, individuals can see many benefits to their physical fitness, including:

  • Increased strength and flexibility
  • Developed muscle tone
  • Improved respiration
  • Enhanced metabolism
  • Weight loss
  • Protection from future injury
  • Improved cardio and circulatory health

Mental benefits of yoga

In addition to physical effects seen in the body, yoga holds many advantages for the mind as well. A big part of successful yoga practice involves meditative breathing and stress management, helping you let go of the worries in your life, relax your body and mind, and take a more positive outlook on the little things.


Regular yoga practice can offer many benefits to your state of mind, allowing you to incorporate the breathing and stress-relieving activities learned in yoga to your daily life. Through yoga, practitioners can learn a new level of calmness and inner peace, improving your life from the inside out.

Perfect for students of all ages

As a physical pursuit that focuses on transitioning between a series of moves, yoga is perfect for individuals of all ages and fitness levels. Even if you’ve fallen away from regular exercise, yoga is easy to learn and possible to master for those of all shapes and sizes, offering a perfect opportunity to strengthen both the mind and the body.


What are you waiting for? Contact Sadhna Art of Wellness today at 516-544-8899 to see how the restorative power of yoga can drastically improve your life.