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#406 Al Hamsa Building, Khalid Bin Waleed Street
Near Ansar Gallery, Al Karama, Dubai

What We Offer:

  • Asana | Ashtanga Vinyasa | Body Toning | Classical Hatha Yoga | Fitness Training | Hatha Flow Yoga | Hatha Vinyasa | Meditation | Power Yoga | Pranayama | Relaxation | Vinyasa Flow | Yoga | Yoga for Weight Loss


  • Free Trials
  • Group Classes
  • Locker
  • Nutritional Support
  • Personal Training
  • Music


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About us

Nirvana Yoga is the amalgamation of the rich traditional yoga with modern thinking & fitness techniques. Nirvana Yoga programs are designed with the purpose of helping you attain balance of Mind, body & soul.Highly effective programs have been designed to enable you to achieve this balance through very skilled and experienced trainers. Practised regularly they can benefit every aspect of your life,from your posture to your moods, and your physical well-being to your sense of happiness & peace.

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The word yoga comes from Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language. It is a derivation of the word yuj, which means yoking, as in a team of oxen. In contemporary practice, this is often interpreted as meaning union.

Traditionally there are different types of yoga: Anusura Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga, and Vinyasa Yoga. Several new versions have been promoted as yoga for weight loss and toning up like Power Yoga and Bikram Yoga. Each of the traditional variations of yoga has its own health benefits, all the while focusing on building your core, aiding weight loss, and connecting the mind with the body and spirit.

This is done through the performance of poses or postures, each of which has specific physical benefits. The poses can be done quickly in succession, creating heat in the body through movement (vinyasa-style yoga) or more slowly to increase stamina and perfect the alignment of the pose. The poses are a constant, but the approach to them varies depending on the yoga tradition in which the teacher has trained.