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Hathavidya Traditional school of Yoga
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Regular class

Asana, pranayama, and meditation are covered in our regular classes.Even though the practitioner is in a group, we provide personalized training. After examining the student's age, body condition, Yoga experience, health, and medical history, we proceed systematically. Our method limits class size to 16 students per teacher. As is our tradition, we deliver one-on-one care.We emphasize the subtle to assist practitioners maximize Yoga's advantages. We emphasise the five important aspects in asana practice.

Five Essentials of Yoga Asana Practice

Yoga goes beyond poses. A path of self-discovery that integrates body, mind, and spirit.

Flow (Vinyasa): Place body parts with total awareness of motions to achieve an asana (Yoga pose) and demount with awareness to approach the base position.

Breathing (Shwasa): The coordination of respiration with the physical motions involved in achieving Yoga poses.

Maintaining the Posture (Stithi): To obtain the utmost advantages, it is essential to sustain the ultimate position of a yoga asana for a specific period of time.

Focal Point (Drishti):  Once the final Yoga position is achieved, it is crucial to concentrate on particular internal and external parts of the body.

Relaxation (Vishranti):  While executing the asanas and throughout the transitions between them, it is essential for the body to be in a state of relaxation.

Regular classes are divided into

Basic
Intermediate
Advanced

Basic

The Basic level course is specifically developed for individuals who are new to Yoga. Its purpose is to methodically explain and strengthen the fundamental principles of Yoga, enabling practitioners to properly engage in the complex practices of Hatha Yoga in the most optimal way. This course provides a structured series of fundamental exercises that enable the learner to easily graduate to more intricate and sophisticated exercises with a thorough comprehension and careful effort.

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Intermediate

After successfully finishing the Basic Level, the practitioner is qualified to proceed to the Intermediate Level. This level is designed to motivate the practitioner to advance and attain significant muscle stamina using well selected yogic techniques. This strategy greatly facilitates the development of a robust physical and mental foundation for the practitioner to advance further.

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Advanced

The Advanced Course is specifically tailored for practitioners seeking to explore advanced Asana techniques and comprehend the profound ways in which these asanas can be utilized for meditation reasons. This level also emphasizes advanced respiratory techniques and introduces the utilization of Kriya, which facilitates the efficient application of these techniques.

Syllabus

31 Asanas
Vinyasa (Asanas as Meditation)