Vani Yoga & Art - Yoga and Art for All
Vani Yoga now offers the 30 min Hatha Yoga Sessions for busy folks on the go.The"Express" class includes the same postures and format as the Sivananda Yoga regular class.The only difference is that it is a shorter work out that touches upon the most essential postures,beathing exercises and relaxation techinques.
 Rajika Vani Banarjee is an Advanced Sivananda teacher.Sivanada Yoga is an organisation with an international presence. (Sivananda website
Having done her Advanced Teacher's Training in Yoga from Kerela, India, she has been practicing & teaching this form for the past 10 years.Vani has taught at the Danish Embassy , New Delhi, the Japanese school, New Delhi and the World Bank, Sydney Australia to name a few. She also held regular classes at Dupont, Washington DC (meetup group link: and Bethesda, MD (meetup group link :
So if you are too busy to take out time after work just drop in for 30 mins prior to lunch for a relaxing yet intensive yoga class. The class is a perfect blend of excercise, relaxation and breathing. The benefits are deep and long lasting.Typically you experience the following benefits among many others :
-Positive Attitude and Peace
-Strength and Flexibility
-Improved Blood Circulation
-A Stronger Respiratory System
-An Improved Immune System
The style of Yoga that Vani teaches is suitable for everyone - those who have already practiced any other style of yoga or for those who are new to yoga, Flexible or not, professionals, students and housewives. You can join in anytime.See next scheduled meetup for further details.
To register please email Vani.
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The class comprises of breathing excercises (pranayamas),The Sun Salutations, Sivananda Postures (we will be doing a forward bend ,  backward bends and lateral stretches). Please try and arrive 10 mins earlier than scheduled time as the classes
will start on time.

Please wear comfortable loose fitting clothes or anything that stretches easily is recommended.Yoga is always practiced empty stomach. So there should be a gap of 3hrs between your meal and the class. A light snack or fruit is ok an hr prior to class.Please bring your own yoga mat. We have a few extra mats in case anyone forgets to bring theirs
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