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Dubai Homeopathy Health Center,

Villa 756, Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah 3,

Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

+971 4 395 3333





Yoga is a simple process of reversing the ordinary outward flow of energy and consciousness so that the mind becomes a dynamic center of direct perception no longer dependent upon the fallible senses but capable of actually experiencing Truth.

By practicing the step-by-step methods of Yoga and meditation, taking nothing for granted on emotional grounds or through blind faith we come to know our oneness with the Infinite Intelligence, Power, and Joy which gives life to all and which is the essence of our own Self.

At Dubai Homeopathy Health Center we offer different types of yoga and meditations accustomed to your emotional, mental and physical conditions in order to help you with your STEPS programme.


  1. Betters your bone health

  2. Boosts your immune system functionality

  3. Builds awareness for transformation

  4. Benefits your relationships

  5. Builds muscle strength

  6. Connects you with guidance 

  7. Drains your lymphs and boosts immunity

  8. Drops your blood pressure

  9. Eases your pain

  10. Encourages self care

  11. Founds a healthy lifestyle

  12. Gives your lungs room to breathe

  13. Gives you peace of mind

  14. Gives you inner strength

  15. Guides your body’s healing in your mind’s eye

  16. Helps keep you drug free

  17. Helps you serve others

  18. Helps you focus

  19. Helps you sleep deeper

  20. Increases your blood flow

  21. Increases your self-esteem 

  22. Improves your balance

  23. Improves your flexibility

  24. Improves your sex life

  25. Keeps allergies and viruses at bay

  26. Lowers blood sugar

  27. Makes you happier

  28. Maintains your nervous system

  29. Opens and aligns all your Chakras

  30. Perfects your posture

  31. Prevents cartilage and joint breakdown 

  32. Prevents IBS and other digestive problems

  33. Protects your spine

  34. Regulates your adrenal glands

  35. Relaxes your system 

  36. Releases tension in your limbs

  37. Supports your connective tissue

  38. Ups your heart rate

  39. Uses sounds to soothe your sinuses

  40. Uses the placebo effect, to affect change

OT Yoga and Motor Skills Summer Camps
Does your child:

- have poor body awareness?

- have delayed coordination, balance and strength?

- find it difficult to remain seated or is always on the go?

- find it hard to pay attention?


STEPS is now offering Occupational Therapy led yoga summer camps. This camp aims to build your child's coordination, strength and focus through yoga classes and specific motor skill games for children with special needs.


How can yoga help my child?

  • Improves sitting posture

  • Builds strength, balance and coordination

  • Improves concentration and focus

  • Promotes ability to self regulate

  • Builds self esteem through non-competitive individual sport


When and how much are the camps?

9th-13th July 10am - 1pm 800aed

23rd-27th July 10am -1pm 800aed


Please call Reception on 04 3953333 to register your child or call Aine on 0509891249 if you have any questions


While hatha yoga is the most familiar kind of yoga practice in the West, there are five other distinct and individual practices for the purpose of unifying both body and mind.

Hatha Yoga

Called the "forceful path" this is the yoga of physical well-being. In the modern Western approach, hatha yoga is used primarily as a form of physical therapy. It consists of asanas (postures), pranayamas (breathing exercises), and meditation.

Raja Yoga

Raja yoga is considered the highest form of Yoga. Raja means "royal", and it focuses more on meditation as a primary aspect of it. Raja yoga is strictly devoted to the eight "limbs" or stages of yoga. The practice of raja yoga usually starts with hatha yoga, which prepares and train the body for more advanced stages.

Karma Yoga

Karma yoga is the path of service. The principle of this yoga is simply the actions that we once created in the past and the reactions that linger with it in our present. Therefore, all of our present actions become the main script that writes a better positive future for our lives. The ideal practice of karma yoga is to live our day-to-day lives selflessly focusing on service and helping others.

Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti yoga is more of teaching the path of devotion by seeing the Divine in all of creation. Bhakti yoga is a positive way to be in contact with our emotions. This path of true devotion offers us the opportunity to develop acceptance and tolerance towards all people in our surroundings.

Jnana Yoga

Jnana yoga is described as the most difficult between the other yoga branches. As hatha yoga is more physical and bhakti yoga is more emotional, jnana is that of the mind, it’s your path to wisdom and knowledge. This path involves advanced intellectual studies of the fundamental yoga scriptures and tradition.

Tantra Yoga

Tantra yoga is definitely the most misunderstood and misinterpreted of all the other yoga practices. Tantra yoga is more of ceremonial and ritual, honoring your sexual energy from within, respecting it as a divine matter in a celestial form. It’s about consecrated sexuality, and not promoting sensuality! In tantric training we witness the Divine everywhere in our lives. Tantra promotes respect, honour, joy and satisfaction.


The system of yoga used most often in the West is called Hatha yoga. The word Hatha is a composite of Ha, which means sun and Tha which means moon. Yoga is the union between them, suggesting that the healthy joining of opposites - in this case, the mind and body - leads to strength, vitality and peace of mind.

Hatha yoga is the physical aspect of the practice of yoga. Hatha yoga emphasizes asanas (practice of postures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and dhyana (meditation). It aims to balance different energy flows within the human body. As a form of exercise, hatha yoga consists of asanas or postures that embody controlled movement, concentration, flexibility, and conscious breathing. About half of the nearly 200 asanas are practiced widely in the West. The postures range from the basic to the complex, from the easily accomplished to the very challenging. While the movements tend to be slow and controlled, they provide an invigorating workout for the mind and body, including the internal organs.

Yoga exercises are designed to ease tense muscles, to tone up the internal organs, and to improve the flexibility of the body's joints and ligaments. The aim of proper yoga exercise is to improve suppleness and strength. Each posture is performed slowly in fluid movements. Violent movements are avoided; they produce a buildup of lactic acid, causing fatigue.

Hatha yoga is a complete fitness program and will release endorphins in the brain as well as any regular exercise program. Yoga postures stretch, extend, and flex the spine, while exercising muscles and joints, keeping the body strong and supple. When done in conjunction with breathing techniques, hatha yoga postures stimulate circulation, digestion and the nervous and endocrine systems. As a workout, yoga can be intense, easy, or somewhere in between.

It can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age, to achieve a more limber body, increased physical coordination, better posture, and improved flexibility without incurring the potentially negative effects associated with high-impact forms of exercise. Hatha yoga remains different from newer or more modern types of exercise. It does not aim to raise the heart rate (although variations such as Ashtanga, Power Yoga, or the flow series taught by Bikram Choudhury may) or work on specific muscle groups.

Overall, the postures release stiffness and tension, help to reestablish the inner balance of the spine, renew energy and restore health. Some postures provide the added benefit of being weight-bearing which helps sustain bone mass (very important for women). Relaxation and breathing exercises produce stability and reduce stress and put you in touch with your inner strength. In addition, regular practice of hatha yoga can promote graceful aging.

Whether you are learning yoga singly or in a group, it is a good idea to be supervised by a qualified teacher. A teacher will demonstrate how to ease your body gently into and out of the yoga postures. He or she will ensure that you do not strain your limbs and will help you align your body in the asanas.

According to a recent Roper poll, six million Americans now practice hatha yoga. Furthermore, yoga's visibility and viability as an effective exercise program has been increased by the endorsements of celebrities such as Jane Fonda, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Sting, Madonna, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Keaton, Kareem Abdul Jabar and Evander Holyfield.

Yoga also is increasingly embraced by the medical community. Popular health practitioners who possess mainstream medical credentials and are open to alternative practices include Andrew Weil, M.D., Dean Ornish, M.D., Joan Borysenko, M.D., and Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D. Such practitioners have long encouraged patients and clients to take up yoga. Yoga is also an integral part of many stress management programs endorsed and paid for by HMOs and insurance companies. In fact, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's Preventive and Rehabilitative Cardiac Center includes gentle yoga postures and breathing techniques to aid the recovery of patients with heart disease.

Yoga asanas can be practiced by young and old alike. While there is no one who should be excluded, you should check with your doctor before you begin a course if you suffer from a medical condition or have any doubts. If you have any concerns about your health or fitness, consult your physician, qualified health practitioner or yoga teacher before undertaking a yoga practice, especially with these specific health problems: high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, back or neck injury or recent surgery.