At Abhisarga, we ensure you don’t miss out on the personal touch even though your classes are online. You may now opt for either a LIVE online class or an offline class at our practice space in Koramangala, Bengaluru under the expert guidance of Prathima – Senior Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist.
Class Schedule – Monday to Friday (5 days a week)

5:45am to 6:45am – Small Group Class (LIVE Online as well as Offline at Abhisarga)
7:30am to 8:30am – Small Group Class (LIVE Online as well as Offline at Abhisarga)
4:30pm to 5:30pm – International Batch (LIVE Online, thrice a week). Studio practice also available.
6:00pm to 7:00pm – Small Group Class (LIVE Online as well as Offline at Abhisarga)

Note: We also offer Yoga Therapy to individuals (one-on-one sessions). Please contact us on 9972691891

Welcome to Abhisarga

Abhisarga in Sanskrit means to create, or a creation. Prathima, the founder of Abhisarga had envisaged that she would give this name to whatever she creates as a purpose. And, when Yoga began to create new possibilities for her, she decided to name her vocation ‘Abhisarga – creating yoga for you!’

For Prathima and her students, Abhisarga is yoga and beyond. It becomes a part of you! At Abhisarga your experience of yoga is very different. Predominantly focussed on the traditional styles of Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Yoga, we personalise the practice of yoga for each one of you.

Practice makes You Perfect

Creating Yoga for You


Hatha Yoga is a traditional form of yoga with an amalgamation of most yoga styles.


The innate power of yoga balances the chakras in your body, which shows results in your health conditions.


Yoga Nidra is a form of mind-body therapy, which is an ancient yogic practice.


How do you relax after a long, tiring and stressful day? Just getting a massage, listening to your favorite music


Ashtanga yoga is a modernised form of yoga popularised by K. Pattabhi Jois.


These days in the digital age with immense technological influence, people tend to focus more on career enhancement


Prana implies the vital life force and pranayama is the practice of controlling or manipulating our breath.


Giving them the gift of yoga at a tender age will go a long way in developing the child’s personality

Practice makes You Perfect

Creating Yoga for You

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