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Yogasanas

Yoga postures for complete wellbeing

The word 'Asana' literally means a posture. Out of the innumerable asanas a body can assume, 84 have been identified as 'Yogasanas', through which one can transform the body and mind into a possibility for ultimate well-being.

Yogasanas are not exercises, but rather very subtle processes to manipulate one’s energy in a particular direction and naturally achieving a chemistry of healthfulness, joyfulness, blissfulness, and above all, balance.

The practice is taught with simple, guided instructions provided by an accredited Isha™ Hatha Yoga teacher, and can be practiced thereafter at home. Regular practise sessions are also offered at the studio.​

Practice Benefits

Develop mental clarity and focus
Relieve chronic health conditions
Evolve the body and mind toward a higher possibility
Stabilise the body, mind, and energy system
Decelerate the ageing process
Prepare for deeper states of meditation

Practice Requirements

Suitable for ages 14+
Medium-level intensity
No experience of yoga necessary
Further details released after registration

Pricing

Yogasanas Workshop $350
Member Discounted Price $250
Includes Inner Engineering Online Worth $150 (Pay As You Can)

To activate member pricing, please purchase a membership from the pricing ​page before you register for the workshop

Practice Videos

Hatha Bliss Vlog Series

Our student and filmmaker Grant Loxton has created a video series chronicling his experience during different stages of Hatha Bliss program. As a young musician and a fan of Sadhguru, his creative renditions are not to be missed. Click on the link to watch these funny and entertaining videos.

Practise Sessions

Students who have attended a Yogasanas workshop are invited to attend our regular Practise Session classes. These classes are a great opportunity to practise Yogasanas and refine your technique in a committed group atmosphere, under the guidance of a trained Hatha Yoga teacher. Classes run for 1.5 hours on selected weekday early mornings, late evenings and weekend afternoons.

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