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Prana House is a newly renovated and spacious oasis for the coming together of yoga and the healing arts. It was launched on May 27 2006 by founding director Julie Gargano,inspired by the vision to create a conducive environment to make this world a better place. From September 2010, Prana House has been under new directorship with a shared passion for its vision and philosophy.

The space itself breathes….With two stunning light filled yoga studios; the Shiva Temple and the Quan Yin Temple, plus three simply beautiful healing rooms. With a definite sense of the ethereal, Prana House evokes an ambiance of sacredness and beauty. It is peaceful, heavenly and inspiring... and is a sanctuary for personal growth and upliftment for the soul.

The name Prana House encapsulates the essence behind its vision and philosophy, which is to bridge the heavens and the earth in a tangible, modern day way. It is to consciously bring light into the physical, into the everyday; it is to bring sacredness into the mundane; it is to remind us of our spiritual nature in this 3D world.

Prana means universal life force energy in Sanskrit. Also known as, chi or ki in Asian traditions. Prana is what makes up all of existence, so to be consciously connected to it and the forces behind this energy, gives us wisdom to live in an empowered & harmonious state. Prana is in us, around us, it moves and breathes and keeps us connected to consciousness itself. It is the essential component that brings transformation and healing. This can be experienced through the practice of yoga postures, breathing techniques, meditation, natural therapy practices, resting in nature and/or, just simply Being. Also, the more prana awakens within us, the more we are connected to our soul, our spiritual essence. This brings us back to yoga’s original meaning of union:- ‘the union of individual soul with universal soul’.

House can be considered as the body, which is the temple of the spirit. As we engage in healthy practices for the body, we nourish and honour our physical selves. “If you know the body well, you know the soul well” – BKS Iyengar

Thus the joining of the two words, prana & house gives greater depth to the meaning of uniting the spiritual & the physical, thus making space to bridge the heavens and the earth.