“While doing asanas the yogi places his feet behind his head to indicate that
he is placing the ego beneath his feet to feel the self.”
– Bipin Baloni –
During the course, we will provide three classes per day, six days per week. The classes will run from early morning until evening.
In the 2-hour morning class we will teach the practice, alignment, and adjustment of asanas. We will also cover the basics and preparations of Pranayama. We will review in depth the importance of the breath and how it influences our practice.
The second daily class will be a question and answer class, a methodology known in India as Satsanga. Students should utilize this time to ask any questions about their lessons, Yoga, lifestyle or philosophy. The teacher will answer questions from the Yogi point of view, helping to resolve the doubts and confusions of the mind.
The third daily class will be a 2-hour evening asana class; Hatha Yoga or Ashtanga Yoga according to the course taken. You will learn the principles behind each asana, with a focus on the asanas covered in the morning class.
In the Ashtanga Yoga program, we will cover the complete primary series every day to experience its intensity, benefits and familiarize with the sequence. In the Hatha Yoga program we will practice in our developed systematic format, designed to expand the students’ knowledge and understanding of the asanas.
During full moon days, we will practice Surya Namashkar in meditative mood with Mantra chanting, Pranayama and Meditation in order to experience our spiritual nature.
Om, Vande Gurunam Charnarvinde Sandarshita Swatma Sukhava Bodhe
Nishreyase Janglikaymane Samsara Hal Hala Moha Shantye!.
Abahu Purushakaram Sankh chakra Sidharinam Sahsrashirsham Svetam