8-weeks masterclass with 3 Yoga experts

Let go of anxiety with Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation

“I have come out of anxiety, breathlessness and fear like symptoms. I am feeling better now.”

-Murali Kulkarni, a happy student

Eka Premium is ₹108/month (billed annually).

What is this anxiety  masterclass?

Disclaimer: Eka does not recommend replacing therapy with yoga, but yoga can be a complementary practice that will immensely benefit in finding relaxation, peace, and inner calm.

🙏 Namaste,

We are glad that you found this masterclass created for people feeling anxious. We are positive, like hundreds of people before who have enrolled, you will also be able to get help with your anxiety through this masterclass.

A yogic approach for a calm mind. 

Yogic practices like Asana, meditation and pranayama are proven ways to help you manage your anxiety and overcome the fear and constant chatter in your mind.

In this masterclass, you learn effective Yogic techniques to work with your anxiety in 8 in-depth Lessons. Click here to see the masterclass structure here.

What do you have to do? 

A consistent practice of as small as 15 min every day can help you reduce your stress a lot and be more mindful. It takes time to manage your anxiety effectively but these proven techniques shared with you in this masterclass will help you at every step.

P.S. If you know anybody who you think this masterclass is suitable for, share it to help them.

Eka Premium is ₹108/month (billed annually).

What to Expect from this program.

Anxiety control is a long process. However, You will see how easy it is to take a few small steps to make your life so easier and calmer.

This program gives you effective yet easy to apply time-tested yogic techniques, which you can do in 15 min everyday and helps you cope with your stress better with each session.

  • Relax, rest, quieten the mind & know how to de-stress yourself.
  • Release the stored tensions from the body and negativity from the mind. Let them Surface.
  • Fill the created space with positivity and intention.

What will you be learning.

Hatha Yoga

Movement or Yoga asana is the foundation of this program. We offer dynamic stretches for releasing excess energy, and Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga focuses on stretches and holds, and this builds resilience in the body as well as the mind. Learn more about our yoga sequences for anxiety.

Hatha yoga based asana routines such as:

1. Dynamic movements
2. Cyclic meditation
3. Surya Namaskar
4. Hip openers
5. Inversions
Deep Abdominal Breathing

One of the common areas where people tend to hold tension in the body is the abdomen. You may be doing it right now, check to see if your belly is relaxed, especially when you are inhaling.

Abdominal breathing is an easy and effective way to release this tension and deepen your breath.

Yoga Nidra & Body Scan

The need to actively search out subtle tension and consciously relax is one reason why scans of the body are frequently done at the beginning of (or early in many meditation practices.

This allows one to clear the slate before the tension and other sensations become a point of unrest in the mind.

Any time one needs to quiet the mind, for example if one is having trouble falling asleep, a round or more of body scans can help calm a nervous mind.

In yoga there is the practice of rotation of awareness that involves taking the conscious mind systematically from one body part to the next. In this course, you will learn body scan practices that can be done independently, or as part of exercises such as Yoga Nidra.


Meditation or Non-judgemental Observation

If you’ve done any of the Eka meditations, you’ve heard instructions that tell you to notice any thoughts that arise, and then to let those thoughts go without judgement.

This instruction is common across all forms of meditation. So why is avoiding judgement so important?

A recent study answers the question right in the title, “The more you judge the worse you feel”.

Research has suggested that a non-judgemental reception of one’s mental and emotional experience resulted in greater feelings of well-being and reduced experience of anxiety and depression.

We will learn and practice different ways to be more mindful about these Self-judgemental habits and how to slowly move towards self-assurance for more confidence.

Sound Meditations and Chanting

Chanting is an age-old practice that many people have found to be a favorite form of meditation, in part because of the soothing qualities of this sound.

Researchers have made a number of interesting discoveries, such as: increased oxygenation levels in the brain, reduced brainwave complexity, and possible stimulation of the branch of the vagus nerve that serves the ear canal.

The vagus nerve plays a central role in the rest and digest functions of the body that help soothe anxiety.

Visualisation

Did you know that studies have found that individuals who visualize exercising, without doing any physical movements, build stronger muscles?

This is the same rule which is applied when the therapists ask you to go to your happy place in your mind

This is a powerful testament to the degree to which imagining an activity can trigger the same brain response as actually doing it.

There are many examples of how visualization can help individuals overcome various kinds of anxiety. We will be covering this in the program for you to include this in your practice.

Affirmation or Setting an Intention

Adding to visualization, Affirmations help with clarity and cut through the clutter in the mind.

It helps us focus better and remove all the blockers in being what we intend to.

In this section, we learn self-assurance, setting an intention for more clarity and feeling that you are in control of the situation.

Gratitude

Gratitude practice is like training muscles. The more you do it the better you can perform.

Practice Gratitude is a wonderful journey from feeling like a victim to being in control of the situation.

It also brings more peace and hope as we start looking around us to see many small things there are to be happy about.

We will be covering various styles and methods to practice and build more gratitude.

Extras

Apart from the program structure we have also included more activities and materials to learn better to manage your anxiety.

Weekly-check ins

We will be checking in with you weekly on your progress and taking questions for you to have a better learning experience and help you along the way

Chat with teacher

You can drop us any question in the built-in chat to get in touch with the teachers of the course who will help you proceed in your journey.

More guides to learn in-depth

We will be sharing more researched and in-depth guides for you to understand your anxiety better. These extra guides will help you build a better practice for yourself.

Movement or Yoga asana is the foundation of this program. We offer dynamic stretches for releasing excess energy, and Hatha Yoga. Hatha Yoga focuses on stretches and holds, and this builds resilience in the body as well as the mind. Learn more about our yoga sequences for anxiety.

Hatha yoga based asana routines such as:

1. Dynamic movements
2. Cyclic meditation
3. Surya Namaskar
4. Hip openers
5. Inversions

One of the common areas where people tend to hold tension in the body is the abdomen. You may be doing it right now, check to see if your belly is relaxed, especially when you are inhaling.

Abdominal breathing is an easy and effective way to release this tension and deepen your breath.

The need to actively search out subtle tension and consciously relax is one reason why scans of the body are frequently done at the beginning of (or early in many meditation practices.

This allows one to clear the slate before the tension and other sensations become a point of unrest in the mind.

Any time one needs to quiet the mind, for example if one is having trouble falling asleep, a round or more of body scans can help calm a nervous mind.

In yoga there is the practice of rotation of awareness that involves taking the conscious mind systematically from one body part to the next. In this course, you will learn body scan practices that can be done independently, or as part of exercises such as Yoga Nidra.


If you’ve done any of the Eka meditations, you’ve heard instructions that tell you to notice any thoughts that arise, and then to let those thoughts go without judgement.

This instruction is common across all forms of meditation. So why is avoiding judgement so important?

A recent study answers the question right in the title, “The more you judge the worse you feel” 

Research has suggested that a non-judgemental reception of one’s mental and emotional experience resulted in greater feelings of well-being and reduced experience of anxiety and depression.

We will learn and practice different ways to be more mindful about these Self-judgemental habits and how to slowly move towards self-assurance for more confidence.


Chanting is an age-old practice that many people have found to be a favorite form of meditation, in part because of the soothing qualities of this sound.

Researchers have made a number of interesting discoveries, such as: increased oxygenation levels in the brain, reduced brainwave complexity, and possible stimulation of the branch of the vagus nerve that serves the ear canal.

The vagus nerve plays a central role in the rest and digest functions of the body that help soothe anxiety.


Did you know that studies have found that individuals who visualize exercising, without doing any physical movements, build stronger muscles?

This is the same rule which is applied when the therapists ask you to go to your happy place in your mind

This is a powerful testament to the degree to which imagining an activity can trigger the same brain response as actually doing it.

There are many examples of how visualization can help individuals overcome various kinds of anxiety. We will be covering this in the program for you to include this in your practice.


Adding to visualization, Affirmations help with clarity and cut through the clutter in the mind.

It helps us focus better and remove all the blockers in being what we intend to.

In this section, we learn self-assurance, setting an intention for more clarity and feeling that you are in control of the situation.

Gratitude practice is like training muscles. The more you do it the better you can perform.

Practice Gratitude is a wonderful journey from feeling like a victim to being in control of the situation.

It also brings more peace and hope as we start looking around us to see many small things there are to be happy about.

We will be covering various styles and methods to practice and build more gratitude.

Apart from the program structure we have also included more activities and materials to learn better to manage your anxiety.

Weekly-check ins

We will be checking in with you weekly on your progress and taking questions for you to have a better learning experience and help you along the way

Chat with teacher

You can drop us any question in the built-in chat to get in touch with the teachers of the course who will help you proceed in your journey.

More guides to learn in-depth

We will be sharing more researched and in-depth guides for you to understand your anxiety better. These extra guides will help you build a better practice for yourself.


Designed to relax you more.

Learn simple methods and techniques to manage anxiety.

Easy yet effective practices to welcome more peace in your everyday life.

De-stress your life with short & simple techniques.

Learn proven yogic techniques to de-stress yourself wherever you are.

Fall asleep easily everyday.

Get better sleep with abdominal breathing and Yoga Nidra to relax your body and mind.

Manage issues without getting overwhelmed by it.

Tips of self-assurance learned in this course reduces effects of overwhelming feelings.

Eka Premium is ₹108/month (billed annually).

What our students have to say

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Teachers behind this course

Swami Yogaratna Saraswati

Leading Yoga Nidra and other Meditations for 34 years

Sudeepta Shanbhag

Lead trainer in TTC programs with over 900 hours of training

Priyanka Jain

Founder of Eka, Yoga TTC practitioner

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