Pragya Yoga


Article by Aishwarya Tomar

July 31st, 2020

Balancing pose practised by Aishwarya Tomar.

Pragya Yoga is a practice to sharpen spiritual prudence, insight and intuition. It elevates inner consciousness within & creates an atmosphere of happiness and peace.

Benefits of Pragya Yoga

  • Stimulates the gland of the endocrine system
  • Helps in digestion
  • Improves the heart functioning
  • Increase body awareness
  • Reduces chronic stress patterns
  • Improvement in concentration

Who can do Pragya Yoga

Those who want to be one with themselves, mindful of their decisions and want to gain wisdom through practice, should join.

Who should avoid Pragya Yoga

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful.