-Classes are suitable for all ages and levels. No prior yoga experience is necessary-
‘MAHA SAKTHI KIRYA’ METHODOLOGY
Note: Sree Sakthi Yoga is not a group yoga. Each student slowly receives his personal kriya (set of spiritual practices) and develop along according to one’s individual state. The process involves spiritual development from one level to another depending on student’s personal dedication.
1. MERU DHANDA SUDDHI
Meru Dhanda – Spinal column / Suddhi – cleansing action.
As per yogic science, out of 72,000 nadis present in subtle body. The three nadis – ida, pingala and sushumna are considered most important. This special practice helps to clean ida as well as pingala and opens the sushumna nadi effectively. So that the practitioner could easily feel the Kundalini energy raising without much effort. This practice is carefully and specially designed set of synchronized body movements combined with simple asanas, which suits to all age groups.
2. BALANCING THE PRANA (BREATHING PRACTICE)
It is a pure breathing practice, which helps to remove any pranic blockages in the body and creates a subtle balance throughout the body.
3. THE BANDHAS (LOCKS)
Down to earth easy approach, about how to apply the three most important locks and its benefits during Pranayama as well as in Kriya’s and Asanas.
4. CONNECTING THE BANDHAS WITH CERTAIN BODY PARTS
This is an important teaching, using a simple technique where the bandhas are linked with some easy body movements in a subtle manner. It helps the practitioner effortlessly apply the locks at various situations during advanced practices without consciously controlling it.
5. MAHA SHAKTI PRANAYAMA (A POWERFULL BREATHING PRACTICE)
It is a special kind of pranayama and is practiced with a combination of mudhras (signs) and locks in Vajrasana pose. It helps the practitioner to cleanse the two base Chakras Muladhara and Swadhistana and it further paves a way for a steady Kundalini raise.
6. ARUBA DHYANA (MEDITATION PRACTICE)
It is also one of the most powerful dhyana (meditation) practiced by the so-called “siddhas” for thousands of years. During continuous practice it regulates the metabolic activity. As a result the synchronization between mind and body is well maintained. The results of Aruba Dhyana could not be explained simply through words. One has to experience it to feel the divinity embedded in the mystical age-old practice.
In short it is like providing a one stop solution for the seeker (yogis and yoginis) towards Enlightenment.