Yoga for the Busy Mind

Santhi Yoga offers a six-week online course for all who are just a little bit too busy. With this course, Govind will teach how it doesn’t have to take a huge effort to regain balance in a busy and stressful everyday life.

The online course is divided into six modules. Every week, a new module, with videos, guidance, and extra material. The course is built on a foundation of basic exercises that will be repeated and expanded upon as the weeks pass, while Govind will keep a focus on specific subjects each week. This way, you can receive the teachings at your own pace, and the material will always be available to you, so you can go back and refresh your memory or get inspired.

Welcome to Yoga for the Busy Mind

Module 1

Simple Exercises

Here you will get to know Govind and his approach to teaching yoga, and you will learn the first simple exercises.

Module 2


This week we will focus on something as simple as the breath. The breath is a powerful tool for you to make use of in your everyday life. Busy or not. Govind will show you how to implement breathing in order to get the most out of your exercises.

Module 3


Focus this week will be on grounding yourself. Not only through exercises but also through the food you eat. You will get advice on food that promotes grounding, and you will get simple recipes on dishes and other ideas you can implement in your daily life.

Module 4

Inner Peace & Balance

You are now halfway into the course and this week we will be working with our inner peace and balance. This could be a deep and emotional experience for you. Be open!

Module 5

Morning Habits

This week we will be working with healthy morning habits. Getting a positive beginning of the day can keep you in balance for the rest of the day.

Module 6


The last week of the course is dedicated to meditation. Govind will introduce you to meditation and explain why it is so powerful. You can make use of guided meditation that Govind has made to help you do short meditations during the weeks, and you can keep the guided meditations for future use.