The Practice

The physical aspects of Raja Yoga, Asana and Pranayama.

Anuloma Viloma

Anuloma Viloma is called Alternate Nostril Breathing, and is one of the main pranayama that allows the body to absorb and retain the most prana. This breath is also extremely energetically purifying. It helps to correct many improper breathing habits, bringing balance between the two hemispheres of the brain, which correspond…

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In Sanskrit, Kapalabhati literally means “shining skull”. It is considered to be such a cleansing technique that if practiced regularly, the face takes on a vibrant glow of health. Morning and daytime is the best time for practicing this exercise, as it stimulates the nervous system and can keep you…

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Savasana is the posture of relaxation. It is the only posture that allows all the muscles in your body to relax completely – and so is used for the relaxation before, during, and after the asana practice. It is best to return to Savasana if at any point you feel…

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Triangle / Trikonasana

Trikonasana is the final posture in the sequence. It is unique in that it provides a good lateral stretch to the spine and strengthens the muscles on the side of the body. Benefits: Tones the spinal nerves and abdominal organs Improves digestion Gives a lateral stretch to the spine and muscles…

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