Healthy Spine with Swami Kevalyananda

With a healthy spine one can sit in a meditative posture for many hours without getting tired. For a yogi, the spine is vital as it connects to the spinal cord and sympathetic nervous system. Inside the spine is the important nadi shushumna which plays a vital role in the movement of the kundalini. – Swami Satyananda Saraswati

The program includes theory and practice.

Theory: The following topics will be developed

  • The spine: a vital part of the body
  • The evolution of the spine
  • The causes of back pain
  • Energy centers: the pain and blockage of energy in the chakras
  • Ways to remove physical, mental and emotional tensions

Practice:

  • Specialized asana program for pain management in the waist area
  • Breathing techniques: using breathing to calm the mind
  • Pranayama, expansion and control of energy
  • Antar Darshan: meditative practice for managing the emotions

There is a contribution for the program.

 

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Healthy Spine with Swami Kevalyananda

Dates: Saturday 17 April 2021, 11:00-14:30

Place: ONLINE

Healthy Spine with Swami Kevalyananda

With a healthy spine one can sit in a meditative posture for many hours without getting tired. For a yogi, the spine is vital as it connects to the spinal cord and sympathetic nervous system. Inside the spine is the important nadi shushumna which plays a vital role in the movement of the kundalini. - Swami Satyananda Saraswati

The program includes theory and practice.

Theory: The following topics will be developed

  • The spine: a vital part of the body
  • The evolution of the spine
  • The causes of back pain
  • Energy centers: the pain and blockage of energy in the chakras
  • Ways to remove physical, mental and emotional tensions

Practice:

  • Specialized asana program for pain management in the waist area
  • Breathing techniques: using breathing to calm the mind
  • Pranayama, expansion and control of energy
  • Antar Darshan: meditative practice for managing the emotions

There is a contribution for the program.