Fundamentals of yoga workshop
This Fundamentals to Yoga workshop is designed for beginners who don’t have any prior experience of Yoga and for experienced Yoga practitioners who are interested to explore the fundamentals in greater detail. Workshop covers:
- Science of body alignment and reasons for physical pain
- Basics of Yoga philosophy
- Benefits of Yoga
- How to approach Yoga Practice
We have a very scientific approach so as to appeal to a logical mind. This is a 3 hours workshop that includes 1.5 hours of theory and 1.5 hours of practice spread across 2 days. This workshop is mandatory for all those who willing to join group classes.
The goal of the workshop
1. Enable one to make an informed decision about pursuing Yoga
2. Set the right foundation for Yoga practice and level set every practitioner who intends to practice at Yogavijnana
3. Creating awareness as to how and why Yoga streamlines the biomechanics of the human body.
1. Beginners of Yoga practice
2. Experienced Yoga practitioners who are keen to know more about body alignment
3. Those who want access to quality scientific/logical teaching of Yoga.
Details of the next Fundamentals to Yoga Workshop
Date: 30th and 31st Mar 2024, Weekend
Time: 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm IST on both days
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Below are some of the testimonial of previous workshop practitioners
It’s been just 15 days since I joined Yogavijnana after attending Fundamentals to Yoga workshop and I wonder what took me so long to join this place (but as they say, better late than never 😊). I always felt I could never make time from my schedule to do any form of physical exercise or activity, but having joined Yogavijnana, I look forward to my 5:30 am batch every alternate day, skipping it is not an option and Vinay (founder and instructor) makes the whole experience worth it. Yogavijnana has a very serene feel to it, be it the location, the ambience, the setup, the props or the instructor, and with the presence of like minded people, Yogavijnana is a complete package in itself. The things that stand out here are the Discipline, the Methord, the instructor’s involvement and the simplicity with which complex asanas are taught. If you had asked me 15 days back if I could do what I did today in terms of stretches, bends, pushes and pulls, I would have simply passed it as a joke, but in this short duration, I already feel my stamina has gone up, and it’s also made me aware of all the muscles and tendons in my body that I never knew I had (you get to know these next morning 😜🤣). Meditation is also a very important aspect in Yogavijnana. Recently, we had the Full moon meditation under the guidance of Vinay. The experience was richly stimulating as well as calming to the mind. Being a reiki master myself, I could really sense the intense positive energy in that environment, and it was intensified since we were right under the pyramid structure.
Sharath Kotian, Manager, Sales Operations at Dell Technologies
I am a Kundalini Yoga Teacher and have recently completed the Teacher Training Course in Classical Hatha Yoga at The Yoga Institute, Mumbai. Since then I have registered for Vinay’s classes. I attended one of Yogavijnana’s fundamentals workshop weekends in June, and from that experience, I registered for online classes there for the year. I did this as I wanted to become more familiar with the asanas as I am new to Hatha Yoga and just recently qualified as a Hatha Yoga Teacher. So to enhance my knowledge and improve my ability to do the asanas properly I am now attending 3 classes a week. I really like the way Vinay teaches – he always includes philosophy and yoga teachings. The classes are very affordable and worth it. If you need motivation to keep up your practice and yoga knowledge give Vinay’s fundamentals workshop a go – it might be just the door you need to go through to keep practicing and stay motivated
Mary Whelan, Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Ireland
I attended Vinay’s workshop at HP Labs, on the initiative of one of our colleagues, Praphul Chandra, who practices with him for the last one year. The best part of the workshop was a scientific explanation of how we can train our body and mind to think together. The subsequent philosophical explanation was also well presented. This followed a practical demonstration of how we can incorporate Yoga in every moment of our lives. So, it is not that we have to reserve an hour every day, and work on it, but his useful tips helped me to understand, how I can always mindfully practice wherever I am. He showed a few postures that we can do even sitting at our desks, and that was very helpful. I would highly recommend his workshop to everyone who is interested in a scientific understanding of Yoga.
Serene Banerjee, Senior Research scientist, HP Labs
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