Where to find us

No.42, HAL III Stage, 80 ft rd,
Landmark: Above Vijaya Bank,
Opp Empire Restaurant/BSNL Office
Bangalore 560 065

Telephone: +91-901 910 1000

Studios will be closed on following days:

Holidays 2016: Republic Day – Thurs, Jan 26, Ugadi – Wed, 29th March, May Day – Mon, May 1, Independence Day – Tues , Aug 15, Ganesh Chaturthi – Fri – 25th Aug , Dussera – Sat, 30th Sept, Diwali – Fri, 20th Oct, Christmas – Mon, 25th Dec .

Indiranagar – May 2017

PERSONAL STUDIO: Personal Yoga Sessions: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, by prior appointment.
SHATKARMA: (CLEANSING PRACTICES) – sinus, stomach, intestinal cleansing. By prior appointment.

STUDIO SCHEDULE for Group classes:

Beginner Intermediate Advanced

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
6:00 a.m APM – Rubina / Arvind Hata – Rubina / Arvind Hata – Amar Core Hata – Bincy Power – Bincy
7:00 a.m Hata – Rubina / Arvind Core Hata – Rubina / Arvind Asana W Prop – Amar Hata – Bincy APM – Bincy Hata – Yashwanth (75min) APM – Jay (75min)
8:00 a.m Core Hata – Bincy Power – Bincy Hata – Bincy APM – Amar Hata – Yashwanth APM – Franzi (8:15am-9:30 am) Hata – Jay (8:15am-9:30 am)
9:00 a.m Hata – Bincy APM – Bincy Power – Bincy Hata – Amar Core Hata – Yashwanth
9:30 a.m Yin Yoga – Franzi (9:30-10:45 am) Kundalini – Shubhra (9:30-10:45am)
10:00 a.m Pranayama & YN – Sivapad / Uma Core Hata – Sivapad / Lavannya Hata – Paritosh Yin Yoga – Lavannya Hata – Lavannya
4:00 p.m Seniors – Shubhra Seniors – Shubhra Seniors – Shubhra
5:00 p.m Asana W Prop – Amar Core Hata – Amar APM – Shobhit Hata – Shobhit Power – Deepti M Hata – Shubhra
6:00 p.m Hata – Amar Asana W Prop – Amar Power – Shobhit APM – Shobhit Core Hata – Deepti M Astanga – Prasad (90min)
7:00 p.m Core Hata – Sivapad / Shubhra Hata – Sivapad / Yashwanth APM – Shubhra Hata – Paritosh Yin Yoga – Lavannya
8:00 p.m APM – Sivapad / Shubhra Sivananda – Sivapad / Yashwanth Core Hata – Shubhra Hata – Paritosh Hata – Lavannya



Our teachers teach at multiple a1000yoga studios. We just want to introduce you to the teachers you are most likely to meet 🙂

Indira Vasanth

Yoga Teacher

Indira’s earliest ‘fitness-related’ childhood memories are of her father – shaking her and her brothers’ awake everyday at the crack of dawn for a jog/swim/rowing/tennis. “Even the hapless family dog was not spared!” she says. As kids, she and her brothers despised their dad’s strict nature, but today she is deeply grateful to him for instilling a lifelong commitment to physical fitness. Her dad is her first guru – his photograph occupies a pride of place in her Yoga room. Read More .


    Guest Teacher

    If Tarun were told as a child, that he would become a teacher, he would not believe you. He had a stammer, and was petrified of speaking in front of other people. It reached a stage where he could not even say his name. It was during this phase of depression and anxiety, at the age of 12, that Tarun would go for Yoga classes, the instructor being his friend’s father. He used to thoroughly enjoy the practice at that time. “I overcame my fear of speech to a large extent only because of Yoga.” Read More

      Bincy Subash

      Yoga Teacher

      Bincy Subash is an internationally trained yoga teacher – SYS 250hrs and 300hrs. She is also certified in Vinyasa Karma Yoga ATTC 100hr (Advanced Teacher Training Course) under Srivatsa Ramaswami, a direct disciple of Sri. Krishnamacharya. She is a science graduate and has worked in various fields such as event management and marketing. She has been practicing Yoga for the last nine years and has been a Yoga teacher for the last five. Read More


        Yoga Teacher

        By the grace of the Masters and The Almighty, Anuj was chosen by his Guru Swami Vishnudevananda and was trained by his direct disciple Paul Gulien (Sukadev ji). Anuj has been trained in the Himalayas at Netala, Uttarkashi. He spent one full year in service of the ashram under the guidance of sages like Prahalada, Mani Chaitanya, Nataraj and other Karma yogis. Read More


          Yoga Teacher

          Deepti defines what it means to be a multitalented person. She is trained in Jazz and contemporary dance and has been teaching dance for 6 years. She has a qualification in product design from NIFT, Delhi and has more than 6 years of experience in that field. She is also an artist, and loves to make charcoal paintings, along with designing furniture, amongst other things. Her introduction to Yoga was in 2005, in one of the many parks in Delhi, and was quite loved as she was the youngest amongst a group of practitioners mostly above the age of 40. She has been practicing regularly for the past 8 years and has been teaching Yoga for the past 4.Read More


            Guest Teacher

            Lavannya, an MBA graduate with 6 years of Corporate experience started practicing Yoga in 2008. Her passion for Yoga continued which later translated into teaching Yoga. Lavannya is an internationally certified 500hrs Yoga Instructor in Hata and Power Yoga and has been teaching since 2013.She now specializes in Yin Yoga and has completed 100hrs Yin Yoga Teacher Training. The approach in designing her class has always been from Yang to Yin. Being an animal lover, her interests also lie in reading and travelling. Read More


              Yoga Teacher

              Sruthy’s first encounter with Yoga was at Chinmaya Vidyalaya that included chanting and simple practices. She eventually became a Math graduate, and also learned software programming for a profession in IT. When she had a shoulder injury, she was practicing Yoga again and that “changed my life in every way and then it became a profession too.” Sruthy finished her first TTC with Soham Yoga school and spent some time teaching there.Read More

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                Due North Yoga Pvt Ltd
                #11, First Floor, 1st Cross,
                5 – A Block, Koramangala,
                Bangalore – 560 059

                Phone: +91 901 910 1000

                Make Yoga part of Life

                The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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