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Hello, I'm Prashant

my journey with yoga started 25 years ago when I discovered this life changing knowledge. Ever since I have been trying to discover and practice yoga to change my life for better and to also help others.

Early experiments with yoga: As a kid in India I trained in yoga with local teachers and gurus. It was very clear that I did have skills and acumen for Yoga, but as normal life happens! I lost touch with yoga as a growing teen due to pressure of studies and other things. With time I realised that as a person I was becoming very anxious with studies, career and life in general.

Formal Yoga training: I remebered my Yoga gurus of childhood in my times of unrest and tried to go back to their teachings. To my surprise something started to change in my life and the changes became more and more apparent as I practiced Yoga and meditation regularly. This change gave me the positive energy to keep pursuing with more dedication. I became calmer, focused and peaceful. Around 25 years ago I decided to go into Yoga more profoundly by joining the prestigious Bharatiya Yoga Sanstham, a renowed school of yoga in India. I went on to doing further courses in Morarji Desai Yoga Centre where I also took the first steps in teacher training for Yoga. I also started my MSc in Yoga Sciences in S. Vyasa Arogyadhama, an excellent university for Yoga studies.

Yoga in Spain and teaching Yoga: I started teaching Yoga in Spain around 15 years ago. I started with some very small classes and with private classes. I really wanted to make the difference that Yoga had brough into my life. Slowly my classes started becoming larger and more popular. In pre-pandemic time the classes used to get booked months in advance and I also stated getting requests for retreats, which I started 3 years ago.

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Astanga Vinyasa and Hatha yoga for strong body with toned physique. Connect with your body.


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All about Yoga

Knowledge of milleniums applied to modern context to help us navigate the modern life.

Yoga (/ˈjɡə/ Sanskrit: योग,  ‘yoke’ or ‘union’ pronounced [joːɡɐ]) is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India and aim to control (yoke) and still the mind. There is a wide variety of schools of yoga, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and traditional and modern yoga is practiced worldwide.

Hatha yoga is practiced at a slower pace, with focus on the breath, controlled movements, stretching and we stop for more time in the various postures. It creates more body consciousness in the yoga practitioner with subtle movements also.

Vinyasa yoga focuses on connecting the breath to your movements, which tend to be set at a faster pace. In a vinyasa practice, you can expect to stay in a constant flow of movements.


It is all supported by science

6 Amazing benefits of yoga that you probably did not know about

1. Yoga improves flexibility

The most cited reason people selected for doing yoga was to “increase flexibility”.

Flexibility is an important component of physical health. Yoga offers many styles to choose from, varying in intensity from high to moderate to mild. Even the lowest intensity styles have been found to increase flexibility .

Yoga is especially helpful for improving flexibility in adults ages 65 and older. Reduced flexibility is a natural part of aging, and a 2019 study found that yoga both slowed down loss and improved flexibility in older adults

2. Yoga helps with stress relief

The American Psychological Association recently shared that 84% of American adults are feeling the impact of prolonged stress.

So, it makes sense that the second most cited reason people selected as to why they do yoga was to relieve stress. Thankfully, the science supports that yoga, and especially asana, is excellent at reducing stress .

But remember — the physical practice is just one aspect of yoga. Meditation, breath work, and auditory rituals, like chanting and sound baths, have all also been shown to significantly lessen tension and relieve stress

3. Yoga improves mental health

Depression, anxety, stress are thought to be some of the most common mental health disorders in the world.

A 2017 meta-analysis of 23 interventions looking at the effects of yoga-based treatments on depressive symptoms overwhelmingly concluded that yoga can now be considered an effective alternative treatment for mental problems.

Both movement-based yoga therapies and breathing-based practices have been shown to significantly improve depressive symptoms.

4. Yoga may reduce inflammation and increase your strength

Often, the precursor to illness is chronic inflammation. Heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and many other conditions are linked to prolonged inflammation .

One review examined 15 research studies and found a common result: Yoga — of various styles, intensities, and durations — reduced the biochemical markers of inflammation across several chronic conditions.

While most people associate yoga with stretching and flexibility, some types of yoga classes can also be considered strength-building.

Yoga’s effectiveness at building strength has been studied in several specific contexts — for instance, as it pertains to people with breast cancer, older adults, and children.

5. Yoga may reduce anxiety and improve quality of life

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America recently stated that anxiety disorders may be the most common mental health disorders in the United States .

There are a number of different anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, and specific phobias. Even chronic stress can sometimes be categorized as an anxiety disorder.

Numerous studies suggest that yoga asana may be effective as an alternative treatment for anxiety disorders, though several of the researchers request additional replicated studies before conclusively stating as much.

Yoga nidra, which is a body scan/guided meditation, has been shown to conclusively reduce symptoms of anxiety

6. Yoga may help improve sleep and improve brain functioning.

When measuring sleep, researchers look at a person’s ability to both fall asleep and stay asleep. Insomnia can affect one or both of these aspects.

Yoga has been shown to improve both how quickly people fall asleep and how deeply they stay asleep. This is partly due to the aftereffects of exercise and the mental calming and stress relief provided by yoga specifically.

In addition to improving anxiety (or perhaps because of it), numerous studies show yoga nidra to be particularly helpful at improving sleep.

Yoga truly is a mind-body exercise, studies suggest.

The review mentioned above found that practicing yoga activated areas of the brain responsible for motivation, executive functioning, attention, and neuroplasticity

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Yoga can help you

Some of the effective changes which my students have had are for some of the cronic diseases and problems such as;

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Yoga Darshana and Prashant is one of the best yoga in Spain. I have had amazing changes in my life. Try it out!
Sumao Dutta

If you learn yoga from me you will learn the authentic way of practice of yoga as in India. It’s a direct knowledge transfer, a knowledge of milleniums. You also learn the correct name of the postures, it’s significance, the story behind it and its effect on body and mind, etc.

You also get to learn from my experience and experiments done by different yogis and gurus with whom I have learnt. Some gurus are experts in postures, others in Pranayama (breathing techniques) and others in meditation; I try combine and help you get the best results.

I also specialize in therapies for back pain, neck pain, migraine, anxiety, asthma and others. I have had surprisingly good results with my clients.

Join the community of yogis

One of the most crucial and helpful factor in our journey to wellbeing is being in a community of fellow yogis who keep inspiring you to be the best version of yourself. So come and meet your community.

We invite you to join our Whatsapp group and get to know about all the latest updates and ask any questions.

Yoga Darshana is the best yoga till date I have experienced. Prashant really helps you in your journey. He is an amazing an patient teacher who listens and helps you. Rates are also pretty reasonable.
Brenda Greene