Stri Wellness is dedicated to celebrate and recognize the innate beauty, divinity, and radiance in every woman. Stri in Sanskrit refers to “beautiful woman". We welcome women of all ages to our warm and special space designed to find the balance and compassion, to create meaningful connections with the self and others, empower, embrace and evolve gracefully. We blend traditional yogic practices such as pranayama, asana, meditation, mudras, mantra, etc. with mindful activities and psychological exploration to reignite the soul and rekindle the spirit. Our various yoga and wellness programs are designed around the movement for health, harmony and love. Join us to celebrate life and everything that comes with it.
Dr Anu Soman
Stri Wellness Initiative
This initiative came to my mind sometime in 2019 after I taught yoga to the under-privileged children and women who don’t have enough resources, support or guidance to lead physically and mentally healthy life.
Stri in Shiva Purana referes to a ‘beautiful woman’. She has the power to create, nurture and transform life within her. If a woman is healthy, balanced and on the spiritual path, she is going to pass on the same legacy to the next generation, making sure the world be a peaceful and beautiful place to live in. As the famous African proverb says - “If you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.”
The aim is to educate girls and women about the major stages and changes they experience during their lifetime and how yoga can be a great tool to overcome the problems occur during these phases and help them create healthy, balanced, and happy life. I desire to help women find a sacred space within themselves to nurture, heal and re-connect.
You are beautiful.
You are manifesting the Divine Creative Power of the Adi Shakti.
Honor yourself: care for yourself.
You are the Divine Mother in your most beautiful creativity.
Honor yourself: laugh and rejoice!
You have surrendered your body to give life to your child.
Honor yourself: be grateful.
There is no greater sacrifice and no greater honor.
You turn your own blood into milk to nourish your child.
Honor yourself: care for yourself, body, mind and spirit
“Self-containment is the art of prosperity.
It is the highest spiritual strength. There is nothing to match it.” ~Yogi Bhajan