PRACTICE

ASHTANGA YOGA


YAMAS

restraints,
things to avoid


NIYAMAS

observances,
things to be fallowed


ASANA

pose



PRANAYAMA

breath 



PRATYAHARA

withdrawal
of the sences from wondering towards Outside objects

DHARNA

intense focus, turning the mind away from the external world

DHYANA

state
of meditation

SAMANDHI

state
of oneness

ASHTANGA YOGA

The practice of Yoga according to the method of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is based on a combination of asanas positions structured in a sequence in which breath and the focus of vision is just as important as exercise. “Vinyasa” is the asanas combined into one, into a sequence, in which the asanas play an important role, these precede and follow-up after the previous. Deep breath and blankly of asanas help blood circulate properly in the body, thus creating the heat needed to create the effect of detoxification. Intact sequence facilitates the adoption of the state of meditation, also called Hanare, natural and spontaneous action significantly affecting the stability and peace of mind. Therefore, it is necessary in spiritual practice to be focus, for just to feel free.

VINYASA

Vinyasa is a system combining movement with the breath. In a series of Sun Salutations is a total of nine vinyasas. In the first Vinyasa we take breath and raise the hands up, in the second exhale and lean forward, putting his hands on the floor next to your feet. Synchronize breathing with the movement has essencial cleansing effect, that why the first series of Ashtanga Yoga is called Yoga Chikitsa.
“Vinyasa literally (and literally) means motion. There movement of the outer body and inner breathing. The combination of body movement and internal breath together (Inhale up, exhale down) creates consciously used the movement. […] The movement is a universal aspect of nature and It occurs at many levels simultaneously.”

PRACTICE

Ashtanga Yoga practice six days a week, but one day is left for Led Series. During exercise, the rate of teacher`s breath you can go through all of the asanas in the series and accurate count all vinyasa.
The practice of Ashtanga Yoga increases our awareness about the emotional, psychological and mental entanglements or areas of “stagnation” which intertwined. Over time, the opening and the experience of the physical body are reflected in the mental state, which is associated with the overall form of healing in body and spirit.

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METHOD

TRISTHANA

Tristhana in Sanskrit, identifies three places of concentration of attention during daily practice: breathing, asanas and dristhi. When all three aspects are practiced at the same time in a natural way Tristhana metod transforms the physical practice of meditation in motion.


ASANAS

Teacher leads each student for each item at an appropriate pace, with the correct setting. Asanas create flexibility while strengthening and body scrubs.

DRISTHI

Looking. Dristhi is a place where you should look at each indyvidual asana, it helps a visual focus. There are a total of nine dristhi: nose, navel, hands, thumb, the space between the eyebrows, up, right side, left side, and feet. Focusing on each dristhi while moving through asana practice that helps stabilize the fluctuations of the mind.

BREATH

Breath is a key aspect Tristhana because it offers stability. Proper breathing technique used in Ashtanga Yoga is breathing through the nose. Inhale and exhale methodical should be equal to, the length of each retention is the same. Deliberate, steady breathing helps our nervous system and inner fire called. Tapas to burn toxins and cleanse the body.

VALVES ENERGY

Bandha is the sealing and retention of energy in the body, which also enhance strength of asanas and stamina. It is believed that without applying bandh breath will never be correct because these are inextricably connected each others.