Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic (Hatha-) Yoga that was taught and introduced to many students from all over the world by Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. It is based on the anscient principles of the "vinyasa krama" that Jois had learnt from his teacher T. Krishnamacharya.
All Yoga postures ("Asana") are linked and synchronized with a specific breathing teachnique. This leads to a deeply concentrated independent and meditative Yoga practice .
Three key principles are being observed during the practice:
- Integration ("Bandha") of the oppositing qualities and tendencies in postures ("asana"), creating "good" alignment and intensity
- The steady breath ("Ujjayi Prāṇāyāma") is calming as well as heating and a key to concentration and meditation
- A specific gazing point for each ("Drishti") also makes the practice much more internal and concentrated
All components of the practice require and promote concentration and mindfulness, the heart of Yoga practice.
Individual Teaching - Mysore Style
Ashtanga must be taught in small groups in the tradtional one-on-one teaching style.
Only this way the student will develop an independent Yoga practice and the important teacher-student relationship can flourish.
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