Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga

Ashtanga Yoga has its roots in an ancient text called Yoga Karunta written by Vamana Rishi. In the eraly 1900’s T Krishnamacharya learnt this text from his guru Rama Mohan Brahmachari. This knowledge was imparted to K Pattabhi Jois during his study with T Krishnamacharya. Ashtanga yoga was introduced to the modern world by K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009). The physically demanding and series of dynamic postures in Ashtanga yoga synchronises breath and body movement which results in generation of internal heat that detoxifies the body. Ashtanga yoga is advisable for people who want to build core strength and tone their body. This results in improved blood circulation, a light and physically strong body and peaceful mind. Vinyasa Yoga The term Vinyasa in sanskrit means “to place in a certain way”. Vinyasa yoga refers to set of different poses performed in a particular sequence. Vinyasa is a style of yoga that coordinates flow of breath and body movements from one posture to another.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is based on the fundamentals of breath, bandhas (also known as energy locks), Drishti (a focus point of gaze) and vinyasa (sequential movement). This type of yoga increases muscular strength, reduces stress, tension and anxiety.  

Amar Srividya teaches Primary Series and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a physically demanding practice that uses Ujjayi Pranayama (Ocean breathing) with Asanas and Vinyasa Flow. When Ujjayi breathing is combined with Vinyasa Flow, heat is generated in the body leading to purification through increased blood circulation. With regular practice, a student can improve his or her health, flexibility and reduce the risk of injury.

“Mysore Style” class is a self paced class, where students practice the Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow at their own pace while the expert supervisor makes necessary adjustments to alignment and posture. We will have instructor led classes once in a week for students to understand and learn the flow.

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Yog Gokul Ashtanga Yoga Classes in Koramangala follows traditional Ashtanga Yoga practices and ensures safe practices without injury to body and mind.

Ashtanga Yoga Benefits: 

  1. Physical Strength
  2. Weight Management
  3. Mental Healing
  4. Spiritual Well Being
  5. Emotional Well Being

Ashtanga Yoga with Amar Srividya at Yog Gokul

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Ashtanga Yoga Class

Mysore Style Class

Ashtanga Yoga at Yog Gokul

Instructor led classes

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Koramangala Branch 

Yog Gokul (Yoga classes in Koramangala, Gymnastics classes for kids in Koramangala, Martial Arts) 

# 24 Shankar Plaza, 2nd & 3rd Floor, Nirguna Mandir Layout,

Cauvery Colony, Ejipura, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034

Phone: 9483897818, 080-30474757, 95623 80703

We conduct our classes at Snap Fitness 3rd Floor, Group Class area. Please visit 3rd Floor in Snap Fitness during our class timings. 

 

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