Yoga. Pranayama. Naturopathy. Ayurveda. Courses and Workshops. On Marine Drive, Mumbai.
QCI Level I and II Exam on Sunday, 19th November 2017. Orientation Lecture on Monday, 6th November from 11 a.m. to 3 pm.
KaivalyaDham Yogcenter Membership
Monthly, Yearly or Lifetime.
Group Yoga Classes
Mixed Group Yoga – 11:30 am to 12:30 pm (Fees – Rs. 1200)
Intensive Group Yoga Class – 10.15 am – 11:15 am (Fees – Rs. 1500)
Obesity Group Yoga Class – 10.30 am – 11:30 am, (Thrice a week) – Rs. 2000
Teacher led classes: 6.45 am to 7.45 am & 8 am to 9 am
4.45 pm to 5.45 pm & 6 pm to 7 pm
Self paced / individual teaching classes – 6.30 am to 10.00 am and 3.30 pm to 8.00 pm
Fees per Month – Rs. 1000/-
Admission Fees – Rs.700/-
I would recommend the therapies to as many people as possible because of its benefits. After undergoing Janubasti and other therapies of the knee, I was relieved of pain and gained flexibility. The therapies here had a very calming and relaxing effect on both my mind and my body.Preeti Sood
My spiritual involvement with yoga happened after joining Kaivalyadhama in 2013. The lectures conducted here changed my approach to problems. Through and beyond the asanas to pranayam, under the guidance of my instructor, I learned to connect with my inner self in a way words cannot describe. I’m very grateful to Kaivalyadhama for that.Sunita Misra
After taking Nasya treatment, my nosal tunnel was clear, I felt as if I’m breathing after long time so easily. Nasya Treatment helped a lot to clean nasal path. Shiroabhyanga (Head massage) helps to relief headache as well as stress. Ayurveda actually helps in finding and diminishing the root cause.Heena Gada
ICYHC Yog Center Mumbai
When the work of Swami Kuvalayanandaji to investigate the effects of Yoga in a scientific way became well known, more and more number of people started coming to the institute at Lonavla with a desire to learn Yoga for the purpose of health and healing. Many amongst them were from Mumbai. As their number grew, they requested Swamiji to open the branch of the institute in Mumbai itself. In response to these requests the Mumbai branch of the Kaivalyadhama was started on the 6th January, 1932, in the suburbs of Mumbai. Later on, for a greater convenience of the people, the Health Centre was shifted from the suburb to its present site on Marine Drive. A substantial donation from Sir Chunilal Mehta, made it possible for the Health Centre to have its own building. In the memory of Sir Mehta’s son, it was renamed as Ishwardas Chunilal Yogic Health Centre, Kaivalyadhama and was inaugurated as a full-fledge centre on 30th April, 1936.