Online 121 Art of Haṭha Energetics eStudy Modules Two to Three


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Online 121 Art of Haṭha Energetics eStudy Modules Two to Three
Prerequisites, Duration, Fees and Commencement

Prospective students will have successfully completed:

– The Online 121 Art of Haṭha Energetics eStudy Module One
– Or the Live Small Group Art of Haṭha Energetics  Module One Workshop

For further information on fees, commencement, and duration, or to arrange a free meeting to chat about your interest please go to the Online eStudy Overview page on:

Online 121 Yoga Techniques & Textual Theory eStudy Modular Overview

– Vitalize your Energy Understanding Nāḍī Prāṇa Agni Cakra Bhūta

The online Art of Haṭha Energetics Modules Two to Three each consist of nine 121 live video 50′ meetings to facilitate a personalised approach and in-depth transmission between teacher and student. They introduce the student, through an online teaching dialogue, to the primary principles and essential teachings from T Krishnamacharya and TKV Desikachar within the Haṭha texts.

“Whilst Prāṇa circulates in us, we live, and when it goes, we die.
Prāṇa is responsible for different functions in the body.
Prāṇa expresses itself in everything that concerns life.
there is an important question to be answered.
How does Prāṇa penetrate the different areas of the body?”
– Quote from ‘Concering the Cakra’ by TKV Desikachar

They are open to all who have successfully completed a Haṭha Energetics Online eStudy Module One or a Haṭha Energetics  Module One Workshop and offer an opportunity for any Yoga Student, teacher or trainee teacher from any Yoga background to develop and deepen their personal Yoga practice and study.

Online 121 Art of Haṭha Energetics eStudy Modular Course topics are listed below:

Each module will focus on a single text drawn from a medieval and a contemporary Haṭha Yoga resource

  • Module Tw
    – 7.5 hours study of the Haṭha Pradīpikā by Svāmi Svātmārāma composed around the 15th Century
  • Module Three
    – 7.5 hours study of the Yoga Rahasya by T Krishnamacharya composed around the 20th Century

A study workbook for each text is included as an Online 121 Manual support for all participating students.

Each Module will explore the primary tools, developmental practices and practice goals within each of these four texts whilst also revealing the sources which underpin or influence them through adding commentaries and related links from associated texts such as the:

  • Gorakṣa Śataka composed around the 13/14th Century
  • Yoga Yājñavalkhya composed around the 14th Century
  • Śiva Saṃhitā composed around the 15th Century
  • Yoga Tārāvali composed around the 15/16th Century
  • Yoga Upaniṣad composed around the 16/17th Century
  • Gheraṇḍa Saṃhitā composed around the 18th Century

Online 121 Art of Haṭha Energetics eStudy Modular Course topics offer 7.5 hour for each Module:

The Haṭha Energetics Modular topics offer an in-depth view of medieval and contemporary Haṭha Yoga texts. They are offered with respect for the vital source from which these teachings originated and their place in our age and culture.

  • Exploring key concepts that shape this primary teaching on Haṭha Yoga.
  • How these two teachings on Haṭha Yoga can link to personal practice goals?
  • In-depth exploration of the structure of each text.
  • What are the key concepts and techniques in each text?
  • In-depth exploration of the key verses in each text
  • Which concepts from each text are most relevant to us.
  • How to prioritize short-term and long-term goals in Haṭha Yoga.
  • Learning to read the Haṭha signposts for our personal journey.
  • Why the view is the foundation for practice and life.
  • Learning to look from Haṭha Yoga at our relationship with others.
  • Linking Haṭha Yoga to the ebb and flow of daily life.
  • Practical learning skills from Haṭha Yoga to refine your personal Yoga Sādhana.
  • Linking to the concepts of Haṭha to help develop and deepen your understanding of Yoga.
  • Informal support of a practical nature through review, reading, questions for reflection and guidelines for core and developmental personal study processes