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
- Chanting for learning or as a meditational practice.
“The Art of the Application of Yoga 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 Application of Āsana Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses
- The Art of Application of Mudrā Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Course
- The Art of Application of Prāṇāyāma Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses
- The Art of Application of Dhyānam Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Course
- The Art of Application of Chanting Practice Techniques and Theory Study Workshop and Courses