What are the Primary Areas for Study of Yoga Practice Techniques and Yoga Practice Theory?
As a student we need to consider the five fundamental practice areas that need to be prioritised and developed according to the teachings of Krishnamacharya. These are the practice of Āsana or general postures, Mudrā or special postures, Prāṇāyāma or seated breathing, Dhyānam or seated meditation and Chanting for learning or as a meditational practice.
“The Art of viniyoga is a process that moves
from a uniquely personalised Yoga practice adapted to our outer limitations
towards a uniquely personalised practice that explores our inner potentials.”
Study of each of these five fundamental Yoga Practice topics begin with a 2 day Module One Workshop as a starting point for the student. From there a foundational range of Modular Course options comprising, either a single 4 day Module or two 2 day Modules over 3 months, together allow a uniquely comprehensive intensive exploration of all facets of Yoga Practice, Techniques and Planning Theory.
The five links below will take you to a page where you can explore an overview of these five topics of Āsana, Mudrā, Prāṇāyāma, Dhyānam and Chanting. Each topic offers a range of in-depth Modular Workshops and Courses for your personal practice, study interest and development, or if relevant, professional skills.
- The Art of viniyoga of Āsana Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses
- The Art of viniyoga of Mudrā Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Course
- The Art of viniyoga of Prāṇāyāma Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses
- The Art of viniyoga of Dhyānam Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Course
- The Art of viniyoga of Chanting Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses