Ashtanga Yoga Teachers Training Mysore

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teachers Training

Mysore Style Yoga Classes.

This is a kind of yoga practice getting lot of popularity throughout the world. It has three stages like beginners(Roga chikista), intermediate(Nadi Shodana)and advance stage(Samadhi). It is a body breath mind co-ordination. Breath is co-ordinated in between every asanas with a flow traditionally called Vinyasa. It is said that, This is originally transferred from Vamana sage (writer of Yoga karonta) to Brahmamohan yogi, then to the Krishnmacharya and to his disciples. This method is developed mainly to use our body as a mean to liberation.
We teach Mysore style Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga through out the year.Yogadarshanam has made this practice absolutely free from injury. Students can also learn in Mysore style Yoga class with Advance techniques like dristi, Ujjayi breathe, Bandha, Advance jump etc. Asana will be modified and simplified to achieve final pose specially for beginners with proper adjustment.
“Practice makes you Perfect”

View of Primary series asanas:

Standing Type:
1.Sthithi(Tadasana) 2. Padangustasana3. Pada Hastasana 4. Uthitha Trikonasana 5. Parivritha Trikonasana 6. Parshva Konasana 7. Parvritha Parshva Konasana 8. Prasaritha Padotthanasana A-B-C-D 9.Parshvakonasana 10. Uthitha Hastha Padangustasana A-B-C-D 11. Ardha Padmottanasana 12. Uthkatasana 13. Veerabhadrasana A-B
Sitting Type:
14. Dandasana 15. Paschimottanasana A-B-C 16. Purottanasana 17. Ardha Padma Paschimottanasana 18. Trianga Mukhaika Pada Paschimottanasana 19. Marichyasana A,B,C,D, 20. Navasana 21. Buja Pidasana A, B,22. Kurmasana 23. Supta Kurmasana 24. Garbha Pindasana 25. Baddakonasana 26. Upavistakonasana 27. Uthitha Konasana 28. Suptakonasana 29. Suptapadangustasana A, B, C, 30. Ubhayapadangustasana A, B 31. Urdhva mukha paschimottanasana A,B

Finishing Sequence:
32.Sethubandasana(Easy or Advance) 33. Chakrasana(Urdhva Dhanurasana) 34. Paschimottanasana 35. Sarvangasana 36. Halasana 37. Karnapidasana 38. Urdhva Padmasana 39. Pindasana 40. Mastyasana 41. Uttanapadasana 42. Badda Padmasana 43. Yoga mudra 44. Padmasana 45. Uthpluthi
46. Shavasana

View of Secondary series Asanas:

Standing Type:
1.Sthithi(Tadasana) 2. Padangustasana3. Pada Hastasana 4. Uthitha Trikonasana 5. Parivritha Trikonasana 6. Parshva Konasana 7. Parvritha Parshva Konasana 8. Prasaritha Padotthanasana A-B-C-D 9.Parshvakonasana 10. Uthitha Hastha Padangustasana A-B-C-D 11. Ardha Padmottanasana 12. Uthkatasana 13. Veerabhadrasana A-B
Sitting Type:
14. Pashasana 15. Krounchasana 16. Shalabhasana A,B 17 Bhekasana 18. Dhanurasana 19.Parshva Dhanurasana 20.Ushtrasana 21. Laghu Vajrasana 22. Kapothasana 23. Supta Vajrasana 24.Bakasana 25. Bharadvajasana 26. Ardha Matsyendrasana 27. Ekapada Sirsasana A,B,C 28. Dwi pada Sirsasana A,B 29. Yoganidrasana 30. Tittibhasana A,B,C,D 31.Pincha Mayurasana 32. Karandavasana 33. Vrishchikasana 34. Mayurasana 35. Nakrasana 36. Vatayanasana 37. Parighasana 38. Gomukhasana A,B 39 Supta Urdhva Pada Vajrasana 40. Badd ha Hasta Sirsasana A,B,C,D 41. Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A,B,C
Finishing Sequence:
42. Chakrasana(Urdhva Dhanurasana) 43. Paschimottanasana 44. Sarvangasana 45. Halasana 46. Karnapidasana 47. Urdhva Padmasana 48. Pindasana 49. Mastyasana 50. Uttanapadasana 51. Badda Padmasana 52. Yoga mudra 53. Padmasana 54. Uthpluthi 55. Shavasana

Advantages:

Cardiovascular – yogic exercises :- Sun salutation, Dynamic Asanas.
Resistance – yogic exercises :- Leg balance, hand balance, head balance.
Stretching – yogic exercises :- Asanas, stretching.
Improves high level concentration
Reduces Fat
Increases flexibility
Works as pranayama
Teaches deep body awareness and consciousness
Releases toxins, stress, tension , Pain , etc.

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