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Pregnency Practice


During pregnancy, you want to stay in shape and do what is best for you and your baby. Prenatal yoga is a wonderful way to do both. In our go-go-go world, spiritual yoga practices offers a much-needed opportunity to slow down and connect spiritually with your baby while your body transforms. 
This is obsoletely essential for you as a mother and for your baby that comes into the world.

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Spiritual Yoga provides mental and physical benefits that can improve your overall well-being during pregnancy. You’ll develop awareness that allows you to be conscious of the changes to your body and mind.


Prenatal yoga practice builds strength and endurance with spiritual awareness, that prepares you to meet the demands of pregnancy and delivery.

Prenatal yoga,  the practice of yoga while pregnant allows a woman to remain active in the process of child birth and   provides a conduit for the mother to spiritually bond with her unborn child.

Yoga’s principle tenants are rooted in spirituality; yoga translates to “spiritual discipline” irrespective of any religious teachings - it is open to all.


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Prenatal Yoga is a beautiful practice to prepare for childbirth and motherhood. Like all spiritual yoga practices, practicing specific yogic practices while pregnant is a deeply spiritual and transformational experience.

As you connect with your child growing inside of you, you also work to connect with your breath, your feelings and emotions surrounding childbirth and motherhood.

Being pregnant is almost a yoga practice in and of itself. 


Pregnancy is a crucial time to feel the connection of all life and practicing a yogic discipline while pregnant can help you to do just that.


Beyond that, practicing Prenatal Yoga also helps you to connect deeply with the soul within and the body  that’s growing inside of you.

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Chidambaram in the state of Tamil Nadu, South India is an ancient spiritual centre where many great saints from ancient times came to connect. Chidambaram means - Space of Consciousness or Atmosphere of Consciousness.

It is from here that you will connect with for your journey in pregnancy to bring a life into the world to fulfill its journey in life!




Sharwan has completed his M.Sc Yoga and Yoga therapy from the Annamalai University at Chidambaram and joins the PHD course to do his research in the ancient Citta traditions and system of Healthcare and yogic teachings that are pre-Vedic.


He also works at the CITTER CLINIC which is focused to bring relief for those who have- Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, low back pain, osteoporosis, limb trauma and skin diseases due to arthritis that are being treated naturally within the ancient Citta System practices in Tamil Nadu, South India under our doctor’s supervision.


Sharwan opens your world to a spiritual yogic practice as a mother to be and for the baby that is being developed in your womb. Mothers are given the creative ability to bring forth a life into the world. This is not enough as the mother to be takes on the responsibility and wellbeing of the child within in its development. Mother needs to stay healthy, disciplined and above all spiritual if they wish to bring a healthy being forth into the world.

Sharwan will help you with this spiritual discipline plus some exercises by way of breathing and certain postures that can help your body and your mind to cope with the very changing situation to your body during this process.

Join Sharwan ON – LINE 3 times a week to journey in this yogic practice till delivery and thereafter.


Cidambaram, INDIA

Status : Accepting Applications NOW

Date : Begins 3rd Week of Each Month

Format : On - Line

Cost : Per Month One to One Practice  US$120/- 

           Per Month Group Practice US$ 60/-



Please feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to assist you through the process of booking your place in our programme offered to you..

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