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Yoga School

ANAHATA IS B.K.S. IYENGAR YOGA SCHOOL

 

Body, breath and consciousness are tightly linked. Yoga philosophy has regularity; this means that a person comes to spiritual practice gradually. It is a journey that begins in the body and brings to the soul. Therefore, in our school we practice asanas, which is the third stage of Patanjali 8 level system.

 

Yoga possesses intelligence „outside the time”, which is not related to the number of years; therefore, people can no longer be psychologically affected by the cult of youth of today.

 

Iyengar method has become famous in particular with the approach to customize asana or position for each individual person’s body and health characteristics. Various props – blankets, ropes and belts, blocks, etc. are used during the classes. Therefore asanas give the best possible effect, not risking health, resulting in increased physical strength, flexibility, persistence and balance. In addition props are of utmost role in restorative poses which calm and arrange the mind, while renewing strength and energy.

``Thanks to yoga, a human begins to look to the future, which is healthy and pleasant– instead of looking back to the past. With yoga begins a new life … ‘

Geeta S. Iyengar„Yoga a Gem for Women”

After the class, you will be able to go home full of energy, but at the same time peaceful and balanced. Gradually range of your motions will increase that you need on a daily basis. Posture and breathing will improve, which by the time will heal all the body without pills. Your intellectual horizons and psychological stability will expand. You will be happy for every day and moment.

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About yoga

GURUJI – B.K.S. Iyengar has classified 200 types of yoga asanas (positions) and 14 types of pranayama (breathing) techniques. Asanas are grouped and structured from simpler to very complex, in the way that the beginners and practitioners would be able to practice effectively.

THREE ASPECTS FORM THE BASIS OF IYENGAR YOGA

TECHNIQUE

Accuracy and alignment in every asana (assisting with blocks, belts and bolsters for beginners)

SEQUENCE

Precise sequence of asanas

COORDINATION OF TIME

From the moment of getting in, holding and leaving asana

Regular yoga practice affects a human on physiological, mental and physical level

„Yoga is a mirror where we can look at ourselves from inside.” -B.K.S. Iyengar

The Iyengar yoga method is respected and practiced in a great many countries of the world.

 

More on B.K.S. Ajengāra jogu:
www.iyengar-yoga.com
www.iyengaryoga.org.uk
www.bksiyengar.com
www.iyengar–yoga-bangkok.com
www.iyisf.org