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I have brought up this Institute out of nothing. If it goes to nothing, I do not mind; but Yoga should not be diluted- Swami Kuvalyananda

Private Yoga Classes
offered by Vartika Dubey, PhD

Pranayama Beginners
Mondays 6 p.m – 7 p.m

Hatha Yoga

Tuesday 10 a.m-11a.m

Hatha Yoga

10 a.m-11 a.m

Sun Salutations: Stretch, correct and connect

Fridays 7 a.m – 7:45 am

Private Yoga Classes:By appointment

Vegetarian Intuitive Cooking

Learn to make Pure Ghee and many more dishes
J. Garbarini, Clinical Social worker
Studying yoga with Vartika soothes my spirit. I walk into her studio with my mind ready, on alert to stay on top of all life...
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Abdi Assadi, Acupuncturist and Spiritual Healer
Having suffered serious physical injuries in the past, Dr. Dubey's asana classes have been amazingly healing. It is the only ...
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Cheryl Brigode, Owego NY
As a result of taking your classes, both asana and pranayam…I think the reasons why I like this style of yoga and the major changes I have ...
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Nancy Feduke Endwell NY
I have been taking instruction with Vartika for several years now, and I find the Auth style yoga has increased clarity, focus , and...
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Vartika Dubey
Vartika Dubey is the daughter of Sh.OP Tiwari and disciple of Swami Digamberji.She has been trained in pranayama by her father and has had the blessing of her guru and father both to teach Pranayama..


Kaivalyadhama - Health and Yoga Research Center - USA

Kaivalyadhama, USA is a branch of the Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute, Lonavla, India. Kaivalyadhama, Lonavla, India is the main center for the Kaivalyadhama with branches throughout India and in the US.The Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute was founded by Swami Kuvalayananda in 1924. The institute has been increasing public awareness of the ancient wisdom of Sage Patanjali’s treatises on Yoga, Ayurveda and Sanskrit grammer. Through rigorous scientific investigations on Yogic practices the Kaivalyadhama has made Yoga more accepted and accessible to modern man. Due to the Kaivalyadhama’s great efforts, Yoga is now taught in the school systems of India from elementary school through the university level.