Now, personalised online yoga classes

Going hi-tech


 The brainchild of a Kanpur-based organisation providing online health guidance, the initiative involves personalised online yoga classes by qualified teachers against a fee through webcams to anyone interested.

The primary target are non-Indians. “Indians already have access to good yogis. Therefore, this service is aimed at mainly people in foreign countries,” Amit Agarwal of Divinewellness.com, the company offering the service, told Deccan Herald here.
The online classes are being offered on a one-on-one and interactive basis, with the instructor guiding the student on the correct posture of various “asanas” using webcams.

To promote the concept in the US, the company will demonstrate it at the Yoga Journal Conference in  San Francisco during January 29-31, says Agarwal. “This is an exquisite combination of an ancient science using ultra modern delivery methods,” he says about the service which is now available in its beta format on the worldwide Web and expected to be available in its full version soon.

The company has various packages to suit the needs of different enthusiasts.

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