Hatha Yoga Programs
Surya Kriya is a potent 21-step yogic practice of tremendous antiquity, designed as a holistic process for health and inner wellbeing. It activates the solar plexus (Anahata) leading to stability of the body and stillness of the mind. This strong foundation becomes the basis to explore higher dimensions of life.
Angamardana is a series of 31 dynamic processes, rooted in yoga, to invigorate the body and reach peak physical fitness. Angamardana means gaining complete mastery over the limbs, organs and other parts of the body. It needs no fitness equipment.
23 - 24 October
(Sat / Sun: 8:30 - 11:30 am)
Yogasanas is offered as a set of 21 powerful postures, to enable the system to sustain higher dimensions of energy. This profound science enhances how one thinks, feels, and experiences life. It is not merely physical exercise, but enables a person to flower into one's ultimate potential; to naturally achieve a state of health, joy, and bliss.
30 - 31 Ocotber
(Sat/Sun - Multiple sessions)
Surya Shakti is an active form of the Sun Salutation. It is an ancient yogic practice which is a powerful sequence of 18 postures. It is designed as a holistic process for great physical fitness. “Surya” means “Sun,” and “Shakti” means “energy”. Surya Shakti cultivates great physical fitness and strength.
The basis for all creation, including the physical body, is the group of five elements: earth, water, wind, fire, and space. The wellbeing of the body and mind can be established by purifying these five elements within the human system.
Sadhaka intensive is a unique program conducted only for selected students of our studio. This program requires daily commitment and discipline.
For a selected period of time participants live according to yogic principles which leads to deeper experience of life and inner self.
In this session participants have the opportunity to sharpen and deepen their experience of their practices and also receive personal corrections and feedback about their practice.
Wednesday: 6:00 pm
Saturday 6:30 am
Monday: 6:00 pm
Friday: 6:00 am
Tuesday 6:00 am
Sunday 4:30 pm
is a certain science of using chants and offerings to manifest a powerful experience in your living space. This particular Guru Pooja is known as Shodashopachara, which refers to sixteen ways of welcoming a Guru.
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 5:30 am
(Participants are required to be seated in silence from 6:10am)