Ira, who is also a popular author, columnist, and nutrition expert, is also a founder of Namami Yoga, a charity that aims to provide yoga lessons to underprivileged children. These virtual classes are conducted on Zoom, have limited batch sizes, and are highly interactive. You can practice at a convenient time within the comfort of your home. The sessions are a balance of asanas, pranayam, and meditation.
They offer programs for beginners, as well as advanced-level yoga practitioners. The fee for the unlimited group class is INR 3500 per month and for weekend classes it's INR 2500. They also offer one-on-one sessions for INR 800 per hour. If you want to attend a single session, book their drop-in class for beginners or advanced level for just INR 299.
If you think these classes are just about exercise, you are wrong. They have beautifully integrated other aspects of wellness such as Ayurveda, naturopathy, juice cleansing, nutrition, Ekadashi fasting, and a lot more in their yoga sessions. They often have live musicians coming down for sound therapy and sound healing sessions.
You will find all the necessary information regarding the class schedules, fees, upcoming special online programs, holistic retreats on her website. You can also download the 'Ira Yoga' app on Google Playstore. They conduct multiple sessions in a day, enabling you to book the most convenient slot.