Explore the transformational power of Viniyoga, right in your own home.
“Breath-centered āsana practice and prāṇāyāma are among the greatest gifts from the yoga tradition to help us maintain our physiological and metabolic health and well-being, balance our emotions, and clarify our minds.”
— Gary Kraftsow
Prāṇāyāma is considered one of the most powerful practices of yoga. Studies from Harvard, National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and many others have shown amazing benefits ranging from hypertension, stress, depression, anxiety, and as well as connections to core cardiac and respiratory function.
This 10-hour Master Course includes seven integrated practices with āsana and prāṇāyāma.
Experience the powerful healing effects of prāṇāyāma:
- Balance your emotions
- Clarify and sharpen your mind
- Integrate breath and movement
- Deepen your breath threshold
- Understand the energetic effects of breath techniques
The ancient practice of meditation can be found in most of the world’s religious traditions as a way of linking the heart and mind of the practitioner to sources of guidance, inspiration, and the divine.
During this 10-hour Master Course, you’ll be immersed in seven integrated practices that include āsana, prāṇāyāma, chanting, and meditation.
Meditation practice in the yoga tradition can help us achieve many aims:
- Surface and transform dysfunctional patterns
- Deepen our self-understanding
- Discover happiness in the present moment
- Find meaning in the face of the reality of change
- Actualize our highest potential
- Uncover our true purpose in life
This three-hour course explores the inner and outer dimensions of depression and includes two empowering yoga therapy practices.
You will learn:
- A breakdown of how depression influences us at multiple levels.
- The anatomical and physiological symptoms of depression.
- General and specific yoga therapy management principles for working with states of depression.
- How to address the inner dimensions of your psychology from a yogic perspective.
- General recommendations from both the yoga tradition and outside of yoga for anyone suffering from depression.