During these virus-shaken days many of us are seeking for online guidance on their yogic path. Numerous online courses pop up and it seems like business with virtual consultants and practice videos is booming. 

Sivananda Ashram, Neyyar Dam. Photo Credit: Coni Hörler

Self practice surely is an often neglected virtue in our modern times as the options and possibilities to join Yoga classes around the globe are endless. And yet, self practice is a fortitude every yogi should practice and cherish – not only in times of COVID-19. 

Ashtanga Yoga, taught Mysore style is one of the few Yoga styles emphasizing on self-practice. But even for most ashtangis it is a motivation booster to practice in their teacher’s shala, within the asthangi family, instead of practicing by themselves. 

Yoga.in team would like to take this opportunity to recommend to you some authentic online mini-classes, each introducing one Yoga style in an easy to follow sequence, during the next couple of days. 

As a start we will share learning sequences for asana practice in the tradition of 

Iyengar Yoga

Krishnamacharya Yoga 

and Sivananda Yoga 

each about 30 minutes long and inviting you to follow along at home on your Yoga mat. Cost free, on our Youtube channel. 

Each session is part of our book Zu den Quellen des Yoga – To the source of Yoga published by Random House in German language. In the book and on our blog you will find a lot of essential information about these and other Indian Yoga traditions, interesting for beginners and longtime practitioners alike. Take your time and explore some new yogic paths with us!

Today, we start with re-sharing our Sivananda blog article including the video

Posted by:YOGA.IN TEAM

2 replies on “Developing Your Self practice in Yoga

  1. Really very useful information on yoga. keep up this brilliant work. I’m glad I found this blog. Thank you

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