Santhi Gandhi Ashram, the largest yoga retreat in the world, has opened its doors to the public.

The Santhibirdi Ashram is located in the city’s main business district, on the outskirts of the city, with a population of around 30,000 people.

Its website says its mission is to provide yoga classes, meditation and yoga practice, “in a safe environment where children can play and learn, where people can share experiences and share their ideas.”

In addition, the site has a community garden, which it hopes will provide “a place for everyone to grow their own food and drink their own water.”

But the Santhis are also open to people of all ages, including adults, to come and spend the day, including children.

The website has a disclaimer that states: “The yoga experience will be for all ages and all ability levels.”

What’s more, the website does not say how the classes are offered, although the instruction on its yoga teacher-led website is that they “will focus on the basics of yoga.”

What the Sanths offer is an alternative to traditional yoga classes that focus on a specific set of poses, but do not include any specific physical practice.

The founder of the Sanathi ashram, Ashutosh Kishore, told Bloomberg that there are around 100 classes that are offered in Santhiyas classes, but “in this particular ashram there are over 1,000.

It’s a small yoga retreat that’s very well managed.

It has about 300 students.

It was established in 2009.”

In an interview with Bloomberg, he added that “it’s been very well-received” by the community.

“We are doing yoga on a daily basis and in a very structured way,” he said.

The ashram has a focus on social issues, such as homelessness and drug abuse.

“I believe that the social issues that we have in the society are connected to the social situation that we live in.

There are many people who are living in poverty and are living on a small budget,” Kishor said.

In 2015, the Sangh Parivar called for the government to enact a law to provide free public healthcare and to make it easier for people to get financial aid.

But a report released in May by the National Alliance for Free Education (NABE), a think tank, said that the Ashram “has been the most successful, most financially sustainable, and most inclusive yoga retreat of the NABE survey.”

The report, conducted by NABEs India Research and Analysis Center, a division of the think tank India Foundation, estimated that there were around 5,500 people enrolled in the Santhalitas classes.

But while the Ashathas membership has grown over the years, it has not grown to the level that is necessary to attract students to the retreat, said NABe president and CEO Pankaj Bhandari.

The NAB’s annual report in July 2016 noted that the SanThigiriyas yoga retreat “has seen an average of a 6.2% increase in enrolment in the last five years,” and that “the growth rate of the yoga membership has been significantly higher than the growth of the general population.”

A spokesperson for the Santhyathas, Ashun Kumar, told Business Insider that the group has been expanding its membership in recent years.

“It has become very popular over the last few years.

We have now reached a point where the average membership of the ashram is about 1,500, which is a phenomenal growth rate.

We want to make sure that our facilities and services are there for all the students who come and come in,” he added.

He said that there is an ongoing commitment from the Ashithas to “make our yoga retreat more inclusive, so that students of all different social backgrounds can come and participate in our yoga.”

The Ashitha is run by a woman, Durga Bhatia, who was the founder of an ashram in Bengaluru in 2011 and who has now returned to Santhichas retreat in Delhi.

The Ashthas membership is open to women of all backgrounds, including men, and is a voluntary community that does not discriminate against anyone, Bhati told Business Insights.

“Our philosophy is that everyone is welcome, irrespective of his/her religion, gender identity or disability.

It is also open for anyone who wants to join us,” she added.

“People who do not have access to yoga equipment can come along and take classes,” Bhatiya said.

“As soon as we are able to provide classes, we will be expanding the membership.

If there is any need, we can make it a private or group practice.”

According to a press release from the Sanithi Ashrams, the first class