This platform was born out of the requests of many students near and far. A way to bring home practice to you. You will find rich and nourishing practices from gentle to vigorous, mantra to movement, quick connections to deep dive series. Influenced primarily by the teachings of Krishnamacharya in the tradition of Vinyasa Krama classes emphasize the link of breath, movement and overall peace of mind.
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This tutorial introduces breath retention after exhale as a preparation for Samantraka Sūrya Namaskāra (or Sūrya Namaskāra with mantra). If the holds create tension take an extra breath. Move at your own pace.
"In India, the Surya Namaskars are accompanied by the chanting of mantras, which are supposed to have a powerful effect on the mind, but on the glandular system as well". Indra Devi
Samantraka Surya Namaskar combines bija, veda and laukika mantras with the dynamic sun salutation sequence for a d...
"Ding Namaskar" (Dik+Namaskara) is the salutation to the directions and is a daily practice for many in India. It warms the body and brings awareness and gratitude to our surroundings. Begin by facing east and as you bow offer gratitude to each cardinal directions and then the upper direction, do...
"Ding Namaskar" (Dik+Namaskara) or the salutation to the guardians of all the directions is a beautiful companion to the more common surya namaskar. Begin your practice with reverence and connection.
Begin by facing east and as you bow offer gratitude to each cardinal directions and then the uppe...