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Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a form of yoga popularly which is based on the concept of eight limbs. The word Ashtanga literally translates into “Ashta” meaning 8 and ”Anga” as limbs. It is popularly believed that Pattabhi Jois is the creator of Ashtanga yoga but some accounts credit Sage Vimana Rishi with it’s invention. Ashtanga Yoga has also been outlined by the sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras. If one follows the eight practices of Ashtanga Yoga which are:-

  • Yama (Moral Code)
  • Niyama (Self-Purification and Study)
  • Asana (Posture)
  • Pranayama (Breath-Control)
  • Pratyahara (Sense Control)
  • Dharana (Concentration)
  • Dhyana (Meditation)
  • Samadhi (Final Stage of Ashtanga Yoga)
  • The first four limbs/stages- Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama -are considered as external cleansing practices. The next four limbs are- Pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, samadhi - are called the internal cleansing practices. It is said that the last four are tougher to become accomplished at as according to Pattabhi Jois they are not correctable whereas the first four are correctable. Therefore, it can be dangerous if not approached properly.

    Posture in Ashtanga Yoga

    Ashtanga Yoga is performed with a series of Asnas and can be divided into three series. The Primary Series is called Yoga Chikitsa which helps in the alignment of the body parts and release of stressful energy. The Intermediate series-called Nadi Shodhana cause a decontamination of the sensory system and it causes an opening of the vitality channels(Nadis). The Final series called the Sthira Bhaga improve the quality of the working of the body.

    These stages are well examine and ought to be completely created on hopping to the following stage. As each stage take after the past stage giving vitality, endeavors and in particular gives adjust to the pace to work facilitate on it.

    We atHaritha Yogshala is completely committed towards giving the acts of Ashtanga yoga the vitality source and one of the extremely compelling type of yoga. It is the most ideal approach to get your body into shape by deals with the weight and stays fit. The idea driving while at the same time doing the Ashtanga Yoga is long moderate profound breathing which energies the body more. This vitality influences the each part of one life and finish change of new identity is the outcome one can find in it.

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