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Yoga for Vibrant Aging

A series of classes on how to unleash your ability to age vibrantly and gracefully. 

Especially  for people 50+

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Namaste.  I am Suma Mudan, here to help you tap into your potential for aging painlessly

Wondering who that vibrant lady on the top is? She is Lalita, my 93 year old mother and my first yoga student back when.  Her secret sauce for her youthful looks?  Yoga!!!

I am 67 years young - but getting here was not a walk in the park.

It was more like a hike up the hill, panting and belaboring,  at the top of which I found a formula for aging well and with least disease 

So how do we handle this aging process?

Benefits you will reap from this course
(Research articles are linked below)

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In their own words....

How did yoga help Dr. Vemuri to handle the stress of her medical practice during covid?
Dr. Dasoju feels yoga helps not only the body but also the mind

Course Format Options



YFVA Annamaya Pass

$120 monthly

A great way to lay the foundation

Flexible membership

Enroll each month

Explore the 4 pillars of vibrant aging

4 group classes (in person or virtual)

2 practice videos of 15 minutes each

Private one on one classes available


3 Months

YFVA Pranamaya Pass

$ 300 (16.7% discount)

Hang in for a bit more

Dig deeper each pillar of vibrant aging process for 3 weeks each

12 group classes (in person or virtual)

6 practice videos of 15 minutes each

Private, one on one available


6 Months

YFVA Manomaya Pass

$ 480 for 6 months (33% discount)

Be firm and make a commitment

More in depth asanas

24 group classes (in person or virtual)

12 practice videos of 15 minutes each

One on one private classes available

Course start   - Beginning in July 2024 with ongoing registrations

Course end - monthly, 3 months, or 6 months

Log in or arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the class

If at home -Choose a quiet space and have all props handy

All props will be provided in studio

Format  -  in Person or Virtual

Access to videos  -  1/3/6 months

Classes held  -  in person or Zoom

Props needed - Yoga mat

A pair of yoga blocks

A bolster or firm cusion

Access to chair and wall

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I qualify to teach this course? I have practiced and taught yoga for about 35 years. I am 66 years of age and never felt this good in my 20s. I want to share this gift of health with as many people as I can I did a special teacher's training with Dr. Baxter Bell on "Yoga for Healthy Aging" in order to specifically help people in their 40s to 60s

Do I need to have done yoga before? Not necessarily. For every pose I will show accessible adaptations to suit all levels of capabilities

Should I be able to sit on the floor? No need. Most poses can be done while sitting in or standing next to a chair

What props, if any do I need? You will need a yoga mat, two yoga blocks, access to a chair and a wall, a folded blanket or two

Is there a video of the class? Yes, I will provide 15 minute practice videos that you can fit into your day. Number of videos will depend on the plan you are on. You will have access to these videos for the duration of your plan

What else can I expect? You will get a brief E-book with the write up about various aspects of aging as well as a pose library for the poses we do in the classes. You will have access to short practice videos to help you between classes. Subscribers to Manomaya Pass pass will have unlimited access to the video library for the duration of their plan

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The  information provided in this website is strictly for reference only and  is not in any manner a substitute for medical advice. For all health or  medical issues, consult a qualified healthcare provider. Practicing  under the direct supervision and guidance of a qualified instructor may  reduce the risk of injuries.


The author assumes no responsibility or  liability for any injuries or losses that may result from practicing  yoga or any other exercise program. Always consult with a healthcare  provider before embarking on any physical practice. People read or watch or use any information from this site  assume  all risks in practicing the techniques described. 

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