It’s not enough to just come to class and do some poses. Without bringing meaning, intention and direction to our practice, we can’t evolve and grow. We need a meaningful Yoga practice.
If you really want to make a change through your Yoga practice, you need the meaning that comes with the Hatha Yoga tradition. Practicing this way gives us a framework to follow that leads us to true inner growth, and self-power.
How The Tradition Brings Meaning
The Hatha Yoga tradition works with 5 forces known as ‘Vayus’ to give each practice a meaning, by creating an energetic goal to work towards. These Vayus are called Apana, Samana, Pran, Vyana and Udana.
Every class we create is sequenced around one of these Vayus, therefore every class has a direction for you to work towards. This goal may be to ground the mind, stabilise the body, connect to your inner-self…
The Meaning Behind The Vayus
Each of these Vayus work to concentrate and direct your energy in different ways, and the way this is done is what leads to the energetic effect we are trying to reach. Each Vayu has a different goal, and they are all used to reach a specific state of mind.
The downwards moving, grounding, stabilising energy that we cultivate through bringing our awareness to the pelvic area. Great for people with a busy mind, anxiety, stress or anyone looking for a bit of grounding.
How We Incorporate The Traditional Teachings
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