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The Great Mudras of Hatha Yoga

A mudra is a static yoga posture (asana) that is one that is held for a period of time. Sri Krishnamacharya tells us that the purpose of mudras is to: Keep the ten types of prana (life force) moving in their appropriate respective nadi (channels). To prevent diseases from forming in the body. For the […]

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Vinyasa Krama and Vinyoga Krama – Yoga Tools and Application

Tutor: Steve Brandon 2-6pm, Saturday 15th November Cornwall Yoga Centre, Truro, Cornwall, UK   Vinyasa Krama is to learn Yoga techniques in a systematic way. Viniyoga is the appropriate application of Yoga methods for the individual. Traditional Yoga and Ayurveda insists that practice should be adapted for each individual. Mass instruction of a predetermined sequence […]

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Ana Maria’s Arhapadmasana video

Ana Maria Magalhaes, who completed Ramaswami’s 200 hr Teacher Training Program at LMU a few tears ago has uploaded a cute little video of ardhapadmasana following vinyasakrama. Here it is:

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