Ultimate Holistic Healing Goal is Wholeness

In achieving wholeness, we must consider all aspects of our lives including:
  1. Respecting our body
  2. Healing our relationships
  3. Caring for our environment
  4. Showing love for all humankind
  5. Living our life purpose


There are three general types of ‘health’ – physical health, mental health and spiritual health.

We usually treat each one separately as though they are not related. E.g.,

  1. we might see a psychologist for mental health,
  2. a doctor for our physical health and
  3. a healer for our spiritual health.

But is it really possible to separate physical health from mental health from spiritual health? Can we maintain our physical health in the absence of mental health?

At any given time, we each sit somewhere along the spectrum of physical, mental and spiritual health…

It is only when we view ourselves from a holistic perspective that we realise that health is really an overall state of being.

We are either in balance or out of balance, aligned or misaligned, integrated or disintegrated, and that’s what makes us feel well or unwell. 

The body, mind and soul work as a system with each part contributing equally to whole person. When in flow, this system facilitates the natural flow of energy throughout the body, without blockages or resistance. When out of flow, this natural flow is interrupted as energy accumulates and stagnation of energy occurs.

What is holistic healing?

Healing is about bringing any imbalance into alignment with its natural state of functioning.

Every organ in our bodies has a natural or ‘healthy’ state of functioning as do our emotional, mental and spiritual states. When we are out of balance, we feel like something is out of place – whether it comes in the form of emotional or physical pain or discomfort – and we naturally want to return to our natural state of harmony, when everything ‘works’ as intended.
This process of rebalancing is synonymous with healing.

  1. Holistic healing bypasses the ‘band-aid fix’ approach of conventional medicine, looks beyond a person’s physical state and sees the holistic view of their state of being or functioning.
  2. It acknowledges that the root cause of a physical illness may in fact be non-physical.
  3. Holistic healing works when we we approach life from all aspects of being – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual…

Therefore, a holistic approach is considered to be more effective because change occurs on all levels and as a result, positive changes are more likely to last long-term and improve a person’s overall quality of life.

When we heal holistically, we address imbalances on all levels, rather than one or two, and so it becomes a life-long process in achieving overall life balance.
The ultimate goal of aligning the body, mind and soul promises a happier, healthier, more balanced state of being.

Yoga Teacher Training

About our One and Half Month Training Program

Our Teacher Training Course delivers a comprehensive, theoretical and practical hands-on training program.
Trainees emerge from our TTC as confident teachers with a strong and solid teaching skill set ready to begin their career.
Alongside developing the art of teaching, trainees also gain a comprehensive understanding of the practice of yoga asanas, philosophy, physiology, adjusting, mantra chanting, chakras, anatomy, Ayurveda, mudras, pranayama and meditation and other traditional and contemporary Yoga techniques.

Our curriculum takes you through the essential elements required to deepen and enrich your own yoga practice and to teach students with confidence. Our expert team of teachers will guide you from the fundamental stages to teaching with ease.
We believe that the priority outcome of a Teacher Training Course should be the ability to teach a professional class with excellent skills when you complete your training.
Our training courses are intensive because the curriculum is outcomes focused and we encourage only those with the specific goal of becoming teachers and deepening their practice to attend our training.

We greatly value the emotional, spiritual and physical investment students make to attend a Teacher Training course and this is why we place such a strong emphasis on substantial teaching time during our training courses.

Our training blends traditional Eastern teachings by Indian Masters of Yoga, Philosophy and Ayurveda combined with teachings from highly experienced and dynamic Western teachers.
This marriage of backgrounds gives our students the opportunity to learn in an authentic Yoga setting whilst gaining the skills required to impart these teachings practically and relevantly in a global yoga environment.

Our Curriculum

Our curriculum includes the following:

  • Asana techniques including identification of common misalignment, including training and practice in Bandhas, Pranayama, Kriyas, chanting and meditation.
  • Yoga philosophy of Eight Limbs of Ashtanga and Raja Yoga and Yoga Sutras
  • Anatomy and Physiology including chakras, mudras, nadis and health benefits of yoga
  • Ethics for Yoga Teachers
  • Yoga Lifestyle
  • Yoga Business Management
  • Teaching Methodology including sequencing, adjusting, teaching standards, and teacher and learner styles
  • Classroom Management

In conjunction with taking the journey to becoming a teacher, trainees study Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga Philosophy with an emphasis on how you can incorporate this into your own practice and day-to-day life.
Chanting, meditation and pranayama provide spiritual structure and compliment the more physical practices of the curriculum.


Yoga and Meditation can heal following:

Respiratory Problems

Asthma Problem
Allergies from Dust, Smoke & Smell
Congestion due to Cough & Cold

Digestion Problems

Ulcers & Piles
Colitis & Hepatitis
Gastric problems

Problems due to Overweight

Heart Problem
Blood Pressure
Liver Malfunction
Fat Accumulation

Physical Disorders

Pain in Knee, Waist, Joint & Back
Slip Disc
Poor Memory
Low Concentration
Weak Eyesight

Other Diseases

Ladies Problem
Kidney Problem
Eyesight Problem
Skin Diseases

Job Stress

High Work Pressure
Deadlines & Targets
Salary & Promotions, etc

Financial Stress

High Expenses; Low Income
No Savings & Investments
Loans & Overheads
Insufficient Funds

Relationship Stress

Family Conflicts & Issues
Legal Cases & Judicial Orders
Priorities & Responsibilities

Mental Stress


The services are also available –

  • In Schools & Colleges to Benefit Students in Examinations
  • In Residential Societies for Large Groups
  • In MNCs & Government Offices for De-stressing Employees to Increase Productivity
  • In Communities & Neighborhood for Elderly People, Ladies & Children
  • For NGOs & Healthcare Organizations in Spreading Good Health Awareness through Camps & Events

About Us

Yoga Therapist & Dhayan Sadhna(Meditation) Expert

Ritu Yog Sadhika

A teacher and healer, teaching and guiding people in Spiritual Sciences, who is:

  • Certified Yoga Teacher by Yoga Alliance
  • Kriya Kundalini Yoga Meditation Master
  • Trained Past Life Regression Facilitator
  • Spiritual Life Coach
  • A Second Chance‘ Therapy Facilitator
  • Reiki Master

Yogi Jnana Param

A software engineer having served for 15 years, turned to Spiritual Sciences, who is a:

  • Kriya Kundalini Yoga Meditation Master
  • Trained Past Life Regression Facilitator
  • Health and Spiritual Life Coach
  • A Second Chance‘ Therapy Facilitator
  • Reiki Master
  • Twin Flames Coach

For more than 5 years, the therapists and healers here extensively focus every patient (Men, Women & Children from all age groups) and perform Yogic Treatments & Therapies over the patients who are suffering from general or chronic illnesses.

The treatments and therapies adapted for curing diseases and healing ailments varies according to the patient’s condition, type of disease, severity of the problem and the nature of treatment.