Introduction -Ashtanga Vinyasa

For Yoga practice to be effective it needs to be

1. From an Authentic Yoga Tradition
2. Under the guidance / initiation of a qualified teacher
3. Regular and long term practice
4. In a pre-set, stepwise (Vinyasa) and Repetitive manner
5. Small, gradual and sustained changes in practice.

There are only a handful of yoga styles that follows the above aspects strictly.

Ashtanga Yoga or Ashtanga Vinyasa is one such practice. The practical details of Ashtanga Yoga practice are to be found in Maha Yogi Vemana’s Yoga korunta. This approach was preserved and passed on by one of Modern India’s revered Yogi Shri T. Krishnamacharya. Ashtanga Yoga today is kept alive largely by the perseverance of Late Shri K. Pattabhi Jois and KPJAYI, Mysore and Shri. BNS Iyengar of the Parikala matta, Mysore.

Ashtanga Yoga is called so because of its systematic engagement with the Body, Breath and Mind. It involves an age-old proven training methods for the three.

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Ashtanga Yoga has the following features that are strictly adhered to

1. Has 6 series divided into – Yoga Chikitsa, Nadishodhana and Sthira Baaga-A,B,C,D.
2. Each of these needs to be practiced with Vinyasa and Tristhana
3. Vinyasa – synchronised pre-set body movements with Breath, to get in, be in & get out of Asanas
4. Tristhana – The coordination and synchronising of Asana – Ujjayi – Dristi
5. The Asanas are always practiced in a predetermined sequence / order.

Ashtanga Yoga sessions at a1000yoga

Introduction to Ashtanga Vinyasa , 2 week Course by Indira Vasanth .

About the  Introduction to Ashtanga Vinyasa

Date: 4th Dec to 15th Dec
Timings : 10:30am to 1:00 pm
Duration: 2.5 hours

The workshop is meant for those who may have had limited exposure to Ashtanga Vinyasa or may not have done Ashtanga Vinyasa at all.

  • Week 1 will be used to slowly build the practice with postures being introduced methodically.
  • Week 2 will involve practice of the full series using modifications as required.

PRACTICE: guided practice with emphasis on safe practice that pays attention to alignment and individualized modifications.

THEORY: Introduction to history and philosophy of Ashtanga with the focus on explanation of the goal and reasoning behind the Primary series.

What could be a take away for the student from the course :
A clear understanding of Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary series, the technique of Ujjayi breath,  guidelines for a safe personal practice. It can also lead to some increase in strength and stamina (depending on the practice level )

Who should do this course :

  • Any yoga practitioners with at least one year of consistent Hatha yoga practice.
  • Ashtanga Vinyasa practitioners who wish to refresh / deepen their knowledge.
  • Experienced Ashtanga Vinyasa practitioners may also enjoy the course since it offers a guided practice for the entire two weeks. Only the last day will involve self practice if the teacher feel the students are ready for it.

Who is not eligible :
Please note: practitioners should not have any pre-existing health issues specially back, shoulder, wrist. Theworkshop will not  have the bandwidth to address these kind of issues.

Fee :8,500
10% discount for out Alumini or ex Practitioners, write an email to ttc@a1000yoga.com or call 901 910 1000 for Discount code .

Venue:
Sumeru, a1000yoga​ Academy,​I​ndiranagar
No.42,​4th Floor​ HAL III Stage, 80 ft rd,
Landmark: Above Vijaya Bank,
Opp Empire Restaurant/BSNL Office
Indiranagar, Bangalore 560 065

To know more, call us on 9019101000
or email us at ttc@a1000yoga.com

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Due North Yoga Pvt Ltd
No.42, Sumeru, 4th Floor.
HAL III Stage, 80 ft rd,
Landmark: Above Vijaya Bank,
Opp Empire Restaurant/BSNL Office
Indiranagar, Bangalore 560 075

Phone: +91 901 910 1000
Email: info@a1000yoga.com

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The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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