Where to find us

#11, First Floor, 1st Cross,
5 – A Block, Koramangala,
Above Beijing Bites
Bangalore – 560 095

Telephone: +91 901 910 1000
Email: sandhya@a1000yoga.com,

Studios will be closed on following days:

Holidays 2017: 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 .

Koramangala – July 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 Hata – Amar Power -Sivapad Core Hata – Indira C Hata – Indira C APM – Indira C
7:00 a.m APM – Amar Hata – Sivapad Asana W Prop – Indira C Power – Indira C Core Hata – Indira C
8:00 a.m Hata – Indira C Power – Indira C Core Hata – Swati / Nishara Hata – Charan / Nishara APM – Charan / Nishara Hata – Shobhit (75min) APM – Gurpreet (75min)
9:30 a.m Asana W Prop – Indira C Hata – Indira C APM – Swati / Nishara Core Hata – Charan / Nishara Hata – Charan / Nishara Power – Shobhit (75min) Hata – Gurpreet (75min)
11am – 11:45am Kids Yoga – Durai Kids Yoga – Durai
5:00 p.m Hata – Paritosh Hata – Paritosh Power – Charan / Rubina APM – Sivapad Core Hata – Sivapad APM – Rubina / Arvind
6:00 p.m Hata – Paritosh Hata – Paritosh Asana W Prop – Charan / Rubina Power – Sivapad APM – Sivapad Hata – Rubina / Arvind
7:00 p.m Core Hata – Amar Asana W Prop – Amar APM – Shobhit Hata – Arvind Hata – Amar
8:00 p.m Hata – Amar Core Hata – Amar Hata – Shobhit APM – Arvind Hata – Amar


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


Yoga Teacher

Amaresh is a Yoga Teacher, Contemporary dancer and a theatre artist. He started his training with a diploma in Theatre and Drama, from Ninasam Theatre Institute and continued with a Diploma in Dance, from Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, which included intensive training in Kalaripayattu (martial art) and dance forms Bharatanatyam, Contemporary and Ballet. The projects undertaken by Amaresh include ‘Beyond China’ with ICK Amsterdam in China and Amsterdam, Phase Zero’ a dance production with ‘Swadhyay’, a production called Masala fx with German choreographer Sameer Akika.Read More

    Nishara Antony

    Yoga Teacher

    It was in San Francisco in 2008, that Nishara conducted her first Yoga class, at the Sivananda Ashram Centre. She was initially nervous, but “being an Indian, with the ‘exotic’ looks paid off.” While she used to go to the Gym and also do Aerobics, there was something missing. She used to work in Public relations, and soon realized that it was not really her calling. “A corporate job was not my cup of tea”. She started learning Yoga in 2005 and started teaching since 2008. She specializes in Hata and Sivananda.Read More


      Yoga Teacher

      ParitoshParitosh’s introduction to Yoga began in the foothills of the Himalayas in 1989, under the guidance of Brahmachari Sri Rudra Gowda of Rishikesh, at the Yoga Study Centre. Soon, he was under the tutelage of Swami Rama in 1993 and was initiated into the Himalayan tradition by Swami Veda Bharati. Until 2003, Yoga was not at the forefront of Paritosh’s life, as he was working in the garment/apparel industry till 2003. “I always found myself deeply attracted to Yoga and spirituality. The love for Yoga inspired me to be a Yoga teacher.” Read More


        Yoga Teacher

        Uma’s early experiences with yoga strictly adhered to Yogic principles that included practicing before sunrise on an empty stomach. She could not escape these classes; her father was the instructor, and she needed Yoga to battle certain health issues. She soon took a liking to Karate and eventually ended up teaching Karate for 6 years in Chennai. An Arts graduate with a specialization in English Literature, she later went on to pursue an associate degree in International Business. She worked as an Internal Auditor for one of the top banks in the US for over a decade. Read More


          Yoga Teacher

          “Sometimes you have moved so much that it takes a while to understand when that happened; the very first experience of Yoga (Asanas, now that I can differentiate Yoga is not just Asana practice) was in Bangalore in a form called Artistic Yoga. Loved it, as I was able to do many of the things asked by the instructor. Before Yoga I tried free flow dance/aerobics and the likes but this experience was more interesting for me.” Rubina has an MBA with a Marketing specialization and worked in Integrated Marketing Communication. Work has always been very enriching for her although this realization was only after she started practicing Yoga. Read More


            Yoga Teacher

            Although Sharanya started learning Yoga at the age of 10, she was inspired by it only when she started working for a1000yoga, after two years at India Today. She was fairly disheartened by her corporate life and joined a1000yoga in its formative years. She has practically worked in every department of a1000yoga and it was after seeing and interacting with many of the teachers here that she decided to go deeper into her practice. Read More

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              5 – A Block, Koramangala,
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              Phone: +91 901 910 1000
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              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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