What better place to soak in the energy than the mystical Lake Atitlán. Many of you have asked me for a concise all inclusive practice. After many years of practicing and teaching, I found one 🙂 This yoga sequence is my favourite way to wake up and go in the morning in a focused, mindful and energized way. I really feel it is the most quick and effective practice with long lasting results. Great for those who travel a lot like I do! This tutorial is about 30 minutes, but once you have the sequence down, it won’t take more than 15 minutes.
Sequence consists of the Tibetan 5 rites, Agni Sara and its preparations, as well as Ganesh Mudra.
I really love this series because it is so effective.
The Pawanmuktasana series comprises of three complementary groups of practices (Anti-rheumatic, digestive/abdominal and energy blockage removing) that regulates and stabilizes the flow of energy. This series develops awareness of body movements and the subtle effects they have on various levels of being, and can be used as an ideal preparatory foundation to open up all major joints and to create a healthy and balanced mind.
Duration: 31 Minutes Level: I
Welcome to Shavasana.
One of the most important and understated poses of yoga, a deep guided relaxation leads us eventually into Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep). Shavasana is a powerful practice in letting go of tension and stress in the body, as well as giving the body and mind the space to enter a deep restful sleep. Continue reading Shavasana – Guided Relaxation
The Truth is One, but the paths are many.
The Bhagavad Gita extols three major margas or paths of Yoga which help the aspirant frame his personal nature with the highest goal, realization and union with Brahman, or the all-knowing and pervasive consciousness that governs the universe. Continue reading The Bhagavad Gita: 3 Paths of Yoga