Deep tissue stretch technique assists in stretching and moving each part of your body in a more scientific manner so as to promote the adequate circulation of oxygen to each muscle tissue of the body.
This technique relieves both pain and long standing tension or spasm in the muscles and works out the hard knots or adhesions in those muscles. The term ‘deep tissue’ refers to the muscles located below the superficial muscles in the body. Deep tissue stretch also works at the level of connective tissue that surrounds, supports and penetrates all muscle groups, bones, nerves and organs. It focuses on both the intrinsic muscles (deep muscles) as well as the extrinsic muscles (superficial muscles) of the regular asana practitioner.
This training will enable you to access the connective tissue and muscles layer by layer and reach down to the deepest accessible layers to loosen stiffness & improve mobility by releasing fascial adhesions and chronic muscular contractions. These techniques help in accelerating the healing process for adhesions (areas of tensed muscle bands) & scar tissue formed due to injury, chronic poor posture, chronic or acute inflammation and repetitive motions. Adhesions unaddressed cause pain, inflammation and limit the motion of the muscles and joint related to them.
Unlike other stretches or exercise this technique is specifically designed to address each large & small muscle groups of the body and treat the problems related to them. Due to increasing muscular pains & aches, this technique is in high demand as it is effective in treating various muscle and joint related issues such as back pain, shoulder pain, joint pain and the like. A few myofascial chain stretches will also be covered.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, Athletes, and regular practitioners.This can also be attended by Massage therapist who wants to recommend efficient stretching techniques to their clients or also to those who would want to enjoy the benefits of stretching.
Yogasana Stretch is a practice of various yogasanas with a partner. Most of the time you are not able to stretch completely by yourself, you are not able to reach some distant parts of your body and you feel that somebody should be there to make a pull or push for better stretching. All these needs are addressed during this technique. Moreover with the help of a partner, it also helps you to understand your own problems and weaknesses in terms of asana practice which you are not able to work on by yourself. This technique is based on the physical and energetic dynamism between the two partners. When guided by the principles of Yogasana Stretch, this technique helps to achieve an extensive stretch and proper preparation and performance of each asana. These practices are mostly guided by the bodily condition of both partners instead of following a standard protocol.
Yogasana Stretch helps to relieve muscle inflammation after an over-zealous yoga practice, relieves joint stiffness, give a sense of energy flow in the body. Recommended for yogis, dancers and athletes.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners.
This course is designed to understand the correct alignment of body when you sit, stand or move. Proper posture can help you avoid various bodily deformities and aches & pains related to it. The most commonly experienced health hazard with an inappropriate body posture is back pain, neck pain or spinal deformities. The most important aspect of posture is alignment and maintaining this in daily activity helps to prevent all of these health hazards and makes us more efficient, keeping our health at its optimal. Here alignment refers to how head, shoulders, spine, hips, knees and ankles relate and lineup with each other. A proper alignment helps you to achieve a good posture and also reduces the stress on your spine.
Apart from helping you correct your postures, this course also enables you to incorporate the understanding of alignment to perfect your Yoga postures. Most of the time you might have noticed that you are unable to attain the final posture while practising yoga, this is not just about flexibility but it is also the poor alignment of your body that makes it difficult. The solution is very easy. Just correct your alignment! You can use this knowledge not just to perfect your basic asanas but also to advance your asana practice
Under this course, you will also be taught how to help your clients with their aches nad pains due to their poor posture, or help them to overcome their difficulties during Yogasana practice by just using few tricks for correction of their alignment of body during the posture. This course is ideal to all those desiring to experience the benefit of perfect alignment for them or for their clients.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners. Also to all who would want to benefit from learning how to correct the posture and use it therapeutically or for personal growth.
The Modified Postures in Asana course is designed to allow individuals who are unable to perform asanas in the traditional manner to be able to reap the same benefits through the use of modified poses. To achieve perfection in asana requires many years of diligent practice and a supple body, which may not be available to all. Modified postures allow the beginner to reap the benefits of the asana, without having to perform the asana to its full extent. As the practice is continued, the body will slowly gain flexibility and strength in time. Modified postures ensure lack of injury and maintain alignment.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners. It will also benefit those who want to learn how to develop alternate asana techniques and use it therapeutically for their clients or for their personal growth.
Animal Flow is a combination of gymnastics, yoga and breakdancing techniques which works on flexibility, strength, stamina, balance, mobility and coordination. Precisely, it improves the fluidity of the body’s movements. An amalgamation of all these techniques, it has evolved to become an entirely unique set of practices which helps you to advance your fitness regime. During this practice, body weight is the prime tool of exercise. The interrelation between the body weight and gravity is manipulated in every posture in order to obtain the desired physical outcome, be it strength, flexibility or stamina. Animal Flow practices are found to be similar to the practices of vinyasa as flow and continuity is of great significance but the difference is that this technique doesn't pay more attention in the final posture or asana rather works on the technique or the process to attain the posture.
Irrespective of the fitness goals that you have, Animal Flow helps you to improve various physical fitness variables at the same time like flexibility, strength, stamina and mobility. It is designed in such a way that it suits the needs of an extreme athlete to a beginner in the field of physical fitness.
This course is not only for yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners but also for all who would want to benefit from a highly competent physical fitness regime which is equally fun to practice.
Kumbhaka is a state of holding the breath with either inner retention or outer retention. Kumbhaka helps us to train our respiratory centres in the brain and expand our lung tissues and respiratory muscles in such a way that our respiratory rate can be brought to an optimum level wherein the metabolic activity and oxygen distribution is optimal, leading to better health and vigour in the body. Kumbhaka, plays a vital role in the practice of Pranayama.
This course will teach you to master the techniques of kumbhaka in such a way that you can incorporate it into your asana and pranayama practice with ease and efficiency. It will enhance your practice and increase awareness significantly.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners. Also to all who would want to benefit from learning how to use kumbhaka techniques and use it therapeutically for their clients or for their personal growth.
Prana is the vital force in our body. It is the continuous flow of energy in the body which governs all the life processes within us. Prana is responsible for movement: any functions in our body be it thought, metabolism, breathing, digestion; all are movement-driven, governed by prana vayu in the body. There are various types of prana which are situated in the different parts of the body and govern the functions of those areas. This course will teach you how to harmonize the flow of prana in your body and enhance your life functions.
Prana means subtle energy. Everything that exists is because of energy and its forms. This has also been proven in physics. In this workshop will see how to flow and feel the energy while practicing. Flowing with the energy from one pose to another pose with awareness and mindfulness.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners. Also to all who would want to benefit from learning how to harmonise the flow of prana and use it therapeutically for their clients or for their personal growth.
Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep is a state of lucid dreaming wherein there is a withdrawal of the five senses from receiving outward stimuli and is conducive to deep emotional & physical healing, balancing the functions of brain and self exploration. This technique helps to work at the subconscious level of mind. The body & mind’s relaxation is heightened during the practice resulting multiple physiological benefits like balance in the autonomic nervous system, reducing stress and improving bodily functions. This technique will help to release the psychic blocks or pranic blocks in the body producing therapeutic benefits and also making your practice more effective.
This course is mainly for the yoga trainer, athletes, and regular practitioners. Also to all who would want to benefit from learning Yoga Nidra techniques and use it therapeutically for their clients or for their personal growth.
Pranayama is often neglected in a yoga practice due to its static nature, in that the body is not moving or manipulated as much. Though it involves breathing, pranayama is an energy practice. It is one of the most important aspects of yoga as it deals with energy levels within the body, the energy which is latent in the prana. It is also considered one of the higher forms of purification and self-discipline of the body and mind. Understanding the science behind pranayama is essential in one’s practice and journey in yoga.
This workshop will guide you through the steps you need to understand energy and how to work with it. The first step would be to do the breathing exercises effectively and effortlessly, following which you will enter the pranayama practice to attain energy balance.