How does yoga help in weight loss?

Practising yoga is a great way to lose weight & fat. It helps you in toning muscles and improving your metabolism thus resulting in effective fat loss, shaping up the body, and losing weight. It is especially good in reducing abdominal and thigh fat.

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Specialised yoga & pilates classes to help you achieve your desired weight and shape!

Time Slots

Weekdays: 6 AM, 715 AM, 6 PM and 715 PM

Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM

Women only yoga session for weight loss: 9 AM on weekdays

Yoga Schedule

Sessions are normally 60 mins, including 40-45 mins yoga, 10-15 mins pranayama and relaxation practices.

Why Elate?

All our trainers are very well trained and are highly experienced in Power Yoga and Pilates for weight loss. We are conducting online classes and give a lot of personal attention to all our clients.

Client Testimonials


A superb dose of Yoga in the mornings. Great asanas from trainers. Individual attention and yoga and exercise made fun and easy. Superb results with improvement in my energy levels and fat loss too. Thank you so much.


Happy to recommend Elate wellbeing for online Power Yoga sessions for weight loss, professional trainer available and well equipped to handle beginners to mid-level yoga participants. Please, go ahead and enrol yourself.👍

Raja Krishnaswamy


After joining this band of yoga enthusiasts I feel rejuvenated. The weight loss yoga is fun, addictive, and very effective. I lost 5 kgs with Elate online weight loss specific yoga sessions. My advice guys if I can do it anyone can.🤗🤗

Rekha Vijay

What is the Science behind Yoga and Weight Loss

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If you are looking to lose fat and reach your ideal weight and shape, then Yoga is the best form of exercising. A large number of scientific studies have demonstrated amazing benefits Yoga can bring to weight loss. The best part of Yoga is that you not only lose weight, but you also maintain it for a longer period of time. 

As per Harvard Medical School, researchers have found that people who practised yoga regularly, gained less weight during middle adulthood. People who were overweight actually lost weight. Overall, those who practised yoga had lower body mass indexes (BMIs) compared with those who did not practice yoga. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How is yoga different from other forms of exercises?

Yoga is different from exercising in the gym or other fitness routine. In fact, the physical practice is just one aspect of Yoga. Yogasanas help us to connect body movements with the rhythm of our breath and thus brings our attention inwards and helps us become more mindful of our movements. Regular yoga practice is great for body and also keeps our mind more stable and calm. We don’t need any fancy equipment’s for practising yogasana, and there is very less chance of injury to the body as the asanas are done as per individual capacity and not as a standard for the whole group.

What particular form of yoga do you practice at Elate?

At Elate we try to bring in the best practices of many forms of Yoga. We follow a different schedule each day. This is a very well researched schedule created to cater to all the age groups and all the individuals.

We try to incorporate all the best practices of different forms of Hatha yoga like Power yoga, Iyengar Yoga, Sivananda Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Bikram Yoga, Pragya Yoga, Yin Yoga etc. We follow a different schedule of asanas and pranayama every day. This routine ensures that you develop stamina, flexibility, and strength.

What is the best time to do yoga?

The best time to do Yoga is early in the morning before breakfast. The second best time is early evening. However depending upon your own schedule you can plan the time during the day, but there should be a minimum gap of two hours between the meal and your practice. This is because while doing yogasanas the body has to twisted and turned and if there is undigested food in your stomach you may feel very uncomfortable and nauseated. Also, Yoga practice requires you to direct all your energy and thoughts into your inner core, after we eat you feel drained and less energetic in your practice.