While in Vijayawada, it is imperative that I check out the Sri Sanjeevani Yoga & Prakurthi Chikitsalaya Vijayawada, in order to see for myself why the place has had such rave reviews from people who have visited it. The area where it is located is called the Ayodhya Nagar and all I knew was that it keeps holding training classes pertaining to Yoga from time to time. Spanning over maybe a month or so, the details of the training camp is generally published in the prominent newspapers so that the information can be imparted to those who want to join the camp.
India is a Yoga capital of sorts and it is institutions like these that educate and train people about the benefits of yoga and its various practices. For some reason Sanvi was not up for travel
early in the morning so I kept her indoors so that she can relax and then later by the evening, we would make the journey to Ayodhya Nagar. The lunch at the hotel premise as usual was quite
up to the mark and we had a great time in the most relaxed ambience for the first half of the day. The car commute had been scheduled to come around for us in the evening for our excursion. I did
not face any difficulty finding the place because although it comes in limelight only when there are special yoga classes, yet people for whom yoga is a way of life could be seen close to
the centre. When I reached, a session was in progress; I may have stood there for a few minutes but for the fear of disturbing the class I had to exit because Sanvi could be unpredictable in
these matters. She may just interrupt the whole class with her shrieks if she wished to.
Sri Sanjeevani Yoga & Prakurthi Chikitsalaya Vijayawada is quite a reputed place deserving in its own right. The expertise of the master making the pupils learn yoga could be understood from just observing the class. The next day we may just have to wrap up the trip with just two of the sightseeing left one of which was the Rajiv Gandhi Park Vijaywada.