- Login to your account
- Click on ‘Schedule a class’ or click on ‘Book a class’ on the dashboard.
- You can now see a list of morning and evening sessions, then select the sessions according to your preference.
- Once you are done selecting the sessions, click on the ‘Confirm’ button below.
- Login to your account
- Go to ‘My Dashboard’
- If you have scheduled sessions, the most recent one will be shown upfront. The button changes to ‘JOIN Live Class’ 15-min prior to class timing.
- You should be ready with your space, mat, a small towel and some water to sip.
- Before entering the class, the system also does a mic/camera/lighting check.
We have 13 -14 sessions on weekdays and 6-8 sessions on weekends. We have both morning and evening sessions, we have designed them in a way that would suit the schedule of an urban yogi.
Currently, our asana sessions are 60-minutes long. We also have 30-min meditation sessions. As we go along, we will be introducing different types of sessions. These will be announced regularly on our platform as well as through e-mail notifications.
- Go to the ‘My Classes’ Page, where you can see your current classes.
- To cancel the class, go to the calendar view on the same page, click on the (x) cross icon for the specific date.
- To reschedule the class, go to the calendar view, click on reschedule and select the date and time of your preference.
- Click on the ‘Confirm’ button.
On the ‘My Classes’ page, you can see the month’s schedule in the calendar view. You can easily book, reschedule and cancel sessions from the same section.
We firmly believe that Yoga is a discipline and you must create a habit for your practice. At Shvasa, we currently have a monthly subscription model.You can also pause your subscription by contacting customer care. You will not be billed for that period. Based on your schedule, you can choose to practice 2 times a week ($59/mo); 3 times a week ($79/mo), or every day of the week ($99/mo).
At Shvasa, we currently offer a preliminary Ayurveda profiling, and on the basis of your body/dosha composition, we can suggest basic food/eating/workout options. We will soon be starting diet consultations and will be announcing the same to our customers through emails.
At Shvasa, our goal is to teach authentic practices to meet the current needs. Classical Hatha practices forms the core of all our offerings. To suit the abilities and needs of every individual we teach various approaches of classical Hatha. Asana sessions follow either a Hatha (Steady paced, holding of asanas to build strength); or a Vinyasa (movements stitched together for smooth yet challenging transitions to build stamina and endurance) approach. More approaches are being developed to be introduced soon
Yes, while breath and mind are part of every practice at Shvasa, dedicated Pranayama and Mediation sessions are scheduled to complement your body practices. Every session has Asanas, breath practices, and a short meditation. The breath training begins in the Asana practice and deepens in the classical Pranayamas. Short Meditations, which are part of every class, will prepare you to work on the foundational aspects. A dedicated 30-minute meditation session, that is held across the week and led by our experienced meditation teachers, will take your meditation experience to the next level.
Class recordings are available in your account and can be accessed anytime by you. There are also other practice videos that you can access from the dashboard for continuing your practice on days you miss or don't have sessions.
Yes, we do, We have a structured asana practice that has worked for many in overcoming and managing Back conditions, PCOD/PCOS, and in weight management. These asanas have been modified and sequenced based on a clear understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the condition. Our teachers will guide you through these practices while ensuring safety in every step of the way.
Everybody’s body is different. We must learn to understand and accept our own bodies. If you are someone who goes through a lot of pain, practicing during your periods can be avoided. There is no rule to say you should or should not practice during periods. But, if you want to practice you can stick to mild practices, or go as the body allows. However, on other days, you can definitely practice asanas to strengthen your systems and to ensure you have healthy periods.
We have seen that people who practice for a min of 4-5 days a week, derive the maximum benefit faster. Having said that, one must start with a schedule that they can follow easily so as to stay consistent with the practice.
A mix of both Hatha and Vinyasa is mostly recommended. As one builds flexibility, and the other builds strength and endurance. But both styles have a deep impact on the mind as well. However, to understand the right mix of practices, you can choose to go through a private consultation with us. Our counselors / teachers will speak to you to understand your requirements, medical conditions, etc, and accordingly recommend the way forward.