Live in the Moment
Welcome to Vinyasa Wellness. Situated in the heart of Lahore, a tranquil haven of yoga classes led by Seemi Elahi. Class sessions offer a holistic approach to well-being; awakening to a radiant body, quiet mind and peaceful spirit. Explore into incorporating a conscious discipline of regular yoga practice into your life and invite an equanimous state of being. Inhale. Exhale.
Vinyasa Wellness Story
Seemi Elahi is certified in vinyasa, ashtanga and hatha traditions of yoga, from India and Thailand. Currently, she is further enhancing her studies in Ayurveda with Dr. Frawley. A dedicated teacher, she intuitively shares over 15 years of practice and passion for holistic wellness on and off the mat. Seemi’s style is steeped in time-honoured yoga disciplines, combining meditation, posture flows and Patanjali teachings. Her classes focus on connecting breath work with individually tailored alignment techniques to create dynamic vinyasa flows. Seemi is a devoted yogini and teacher, who views yoga as a path to attaining equanimity and peaceful spirit, enabling an optimized sense of self and harmonized state of being.
Vinyasa Wellness Studio
step onto the mat.
Vinyasa Wellness studio offers a bright and peaceful ambiance of natural lighting, welcoming you into a space filled with calming aroma scents. The wooden floors provide optimal grounding and support for practice. You are greeted with neatly laid out yoga mats, a block and a strap; extra bolsters, blocks, straps, towels and mats are also available. Hydrate and rejuvenate with freshly brewed herbal tea, served after class to freshen you up before stepping out into the rest of your day.
Yoga helps with conditioning a stronger and flexible body; manage and alleviate chronic pain and migraine; sleep and breathe better. Vinyasa Wellness yoga practice is influenced by vinyasa and ashtanga traditions: vibrant flows of integrating physical poses with steady breathing.
A regular yoga practice helps boost mental clarity, sharpen concentration, improves the mood, decreases anxiousness, increases mindfulness, and more! Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras define asana as a “steady, comfortable posture”. Every yoga posture should be steady and sturdy.
When the body is at ease and the mind is still, you are ready to cultivate awareness and mindfulness into your practice and everyday life. Moving through the yoga postures with awareness engages you into diving into learning about yourself: the different ways you act and react.