Our philosophy
Shambho is a term borrowed from the ancient Sanskrit; it means bringer of joy, happiness and prosperity. Shambho refers to the dynamics of inner and outer change: "Inner Health is Outer Beauty".

One body, one mind, one essence.
In Shambho Body & Mind, we are convinced that all aspects of your being - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual - are interconnected. Any change in one aspect of your being has an impact on other aspects.

This mental and emotional stress will create physical symptoms such as migraines, back or neck pain, fatigue. Some will overeat, smoke more, drink more coffee and alcohol or exercising less making them gain weight, ill or depressed.

In our Body & Mind Center, we will help you to eradicate these negative symptoms in its roots end learn you to get to know yourself better. All this we will achieve through movement and relaxation.

More than 60 hours of Yoga, Pilates, Bodybalance and NIA a week.
Learn more at www.shambho.com


YogaLife started in 1999 with the intention of spreading good health and well being through yoga. Over the years, under the expert guidance of founder Sanjeev Kumar Bhanot, YogaLife has grown successfully into an established yoga institute, recognized by international authority on yoga, RYS (Registered Yoga School).

Today, YogaLife Foundation facilitates progressive yogic wisdom through dynamic yoga asana, pranayama, meditation and other innovative mind-body workshops, touching and healing many lives. As a leading provider of yoga training in the US, Europe and India, YogaLife has collaborated with leading masters in the field of yoga and wellbeing, such as Deepak Chopra, MD Chairman and Co-founder of the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Carlsbad, California, USA. YogaLife is also one of the few organizations that has worked with most United Nations organizations and several private organizations around the world.

The YogaLife Teachers Training courses have empowered individuals from all walks of life to become yoga experts. The YogaLife certified Yoga Acharyas then go back to their regions across the globe to spread the YogaLife style of new-age yoga combined with ancient yogic philosophy and technique.