Ancient yogic system for ultimate fitness and health
Energy - Fitness - Flexibility - Agility - Balance
Angamardana, a fitness system rooted in yoga, offers everyone the opportunity to invigorate the body and reach peak physical and mental health. ‘Angamardana’ means gaining complete mastery over the limbs, organs, and other parts of the body.
True to its name, this practice revitalises the body on all levels including the muscles, circulatory system, skeletal structure, nervous system, and the basic energy system. With exercises carefully selected by Sadhguru to be of universal appeal and application, Angamardana needs no fitness equipment. It uses only the body and can be practised anywhere, even during travel.
Angamardana is a series of 31 processes to invigorate the body, and reach peak physical fitness and mental health.
Regular practice of Angamardana revitalises the body in many ways
Strengthens the spine, skeletal system, and muscular system
Builds physical strength, fitness, and tenacity
Takes years off the body, bringing a sense of lightness and freedom
Prepares the body for other Hatha Yoga practices
Helps in weight loss
Suitable for ages 14+
No experience of yoga necessary
Further details released after registration
In our workshops, all yoga practices are taught as a self practice. After completion, students are fully capable to do the practice on their own at home, office or even travelling.
Duration of practice: 30 - 45 minutes (can be more)
Duration of workshop: 8 hours
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY
"When I practice angamardana, I feel invigorated and strong. My focus becomes shape and I experience my mind and body working in sync. Afterwards, I feel like I can take on any challenge. It’s wonderful.”
"Regardless of your level of practice or no practice, you will definitely benefit from it. You train your focus, your balance, your breathing, and work your whole body flexibility and strength, in an intelligent and safe way. The space is very meditative in itself, so it is really helpful. Plus you get a handout so that you can continue practising at home"