Be active while you’re at home with Yoga Bhumi. For a week, enjoy a daily 60-minute class that will teach you yoga poses, pranayama, and meditation skills at the comfort of your own home. Whether you are looking to keep yourself in shape or sharpening your own skills, this online retreat is meant for you!
You will need a mobile/laptop/computer with an internet connection, yoga mat, and personal space for the yoga practice.
The sessions will be held over Zoom, Google Meet, and Facebook. There will be seven sessions in a week with 60 minutes each session.
This program is suitable for any age and gender. Yoga poses will be taught based on the requirements of the learner for quick results with easy practice. Pranayama (breath techniques) and meditation will also be taught during each session.
Yoga Bhumi is fully available whenever you need. if given class timing doesn’t match with your schedule then please contact us to fix it.
This retreat is held online. Yoga Bhumi is based in Jhunjhunu, India (GMT +5:30). We conduct live classes via Zoom, Google Meet, or Facebook, which you can participate from the comfort of your home by just using your phone or computer.
I haven’t had practiced online yoga and was a little nervous about the practice but the teacher was amazing and it went very well!
They explain every question in detail. It was so helpful for me.
It’s an opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge specially during COVID 19 time investing on myself
To relax and go deeper with self plus the flexibility I did it inline but would love to take it in person in the future
I felt calmer more focus get connected with myself more my body changed happy that I master some postures ( Asanas)
With this being my first yoga retreat, I wasn’t sure what to expect and so I just left myself open to possibilities. I was pleasantly surprised right up front to find that this was a private, one-on-one instruction, working with my personal strengths and weaknesses. It was exciting and refreshing to connect with an instructor on the other side of the world, despite dealing with occasional tech problems. As I am unlikely to be able to travel as far as India, this was a welcome connection to a fascinating foreign culture. Khagendra went above and beyond, spending extra time with me as well as providing many health and lifestyle recommendations (though alright, I can’t promise I’ll never eat cheese again!) I have learned new techniques and details about breathing and asanas which I haven’t encountered in Western yoga instruction, and this retreat has strengthened my commitment to a daily yoga practice, particularly to breath-work.