Shala (शाला).
The translation in English is House.
In Yogic world we name it as Practice Hall.
Shala is not merely a practice hall or a place where we can sit quiet.
For us it is not less than any temple.
For us it is not less than Himalayas. It seems that we practice here but the underlying changes that are happening in us somewhere at deep level, happens here in Shala.
Not only, we do Asana practice or Pranayama or Internal Yoga, but also we Vibrate in here at different Frequency.
This is the Heart or Praguna Yoga Shala, where we try to touch Heart of the Practitioners.

Why Choose Us?

In Praguna Yoga Shala, we provide you the knowledge of Traditional Hatha Yoga, and at the same time, you get to experience the Ashram Lifestyle. Following the code of conduct, eating Sattvik food conductive to Yogic Sadhna and staying in Solitude away from the hustle and bustle of city. Below is the overview of practices that are taught in the Ashram.

Your life of Yoga


Praguna Yoga Shala

  • Silence is Mandatory in Yoga Shala Premises (Practice area) and during the meal.
  • Absolute Silence is to be observed on Silence days.
  • No electronic Gadget should be used in the Shala and dorm. Only during the specific time allotted, students are allowed to use them. For study purpose one can use the Laptop, Mobile, ipad or kindle but it should not be disturbing anyone else in the dorm.
  • Decent clothing is mandatory. Transparent cloths, back less, sleeveless, shorts below the knee are not allowed in the Ashram.
  • Regularity and Punctuality in all the classes is mandatory. In case of some medical issues, student are requested to inform the management immediately.
  • Before leaving the dorm or shala, always make sure to switch off the lights and fan you have turned on.
  • Students are allowed to move out on weekends and buy necessary items from the village or city.
  • Before leaving students have to check out and check in, in the register.
  • Pillow or blankets should be taken back to the dorm in case you brought it in shala for any practice.
  • Make sure to keep back the props (Stick, blocks, Backbender, strap, stool, chair) from where they have been taken.
  • Toilet papers or any paper or plastic should not be flushed into the toilets.
  • Don’t leave your Yoga mat or notebook here and there.
  • Please do not interrupt the class. All your doubts, complaints, suggestions etc. should be discussed with the Yogacharya in break time between the classes.
  • After Entering the Yoga Shala, students are expected to behave decently and communicate as silently as possible.
  • Hugging, loud speaking, using abusive words are strictly prohibited inside the Shala.
  • We all help each other the following this code of conduct to make our stay and experience as better as we can.

What we do


TTC 200

Traditional Hatha Yoga

Surya Namaskara


Basic Hatha flow.



Other Hatha Yogic Kriyas

Basic Anatomy and Physiology of different systems

Basic Ayurveda

Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Patanjali Yoga Sutras

TTC 300

Yogic Sukshma Vyayama

Yogic Sthula Vyayama 1 & 2

Surya Namaskara

Hatha Flow (Specially designed by Kadambari)

More than 30 Asanas (Basic, Intermediate and Advance.)

Hip opening

Shoulder opening

Special Backbending Class

Special Core Strengthening Class


Yoga Nidra

Artistic Yoga

Artistic Sukshma and Sthula Vyayama

Artistic Surya Namaskara

Artistic Asanas

Therapeutic Yoga

Digestive Disorders

Respiratory Disorders

Muscular skeletal disorders

Cardio vascular Disorders

Surrender is the ultimate way