SATYANANDA YOGA WITH JEAN -JIVANANDA
First and foremost, it is with huge gratitude that I pay tribute to Swami Kamalavidya Saraswati who has been my Satyananda master and spiritual mom since I was 16 years old. Without her guidance and support, I would not have learned to manage my life effectively through the science of yoga, gained my training through the Satyananda Academy of Europe and become a Satyananda teacher through the South African School of Yoga. It is with admiration and commitment that I honour my gurus’ Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati for bringing these ancient techniques to the western world.
Satyananda yoga is a traditional form of yoga which provides an individual with an integral and holistic foundation of the different branches of yoga. What makes Satyananda Yoga so unique is that it does not focus on hatha yoga only (yoga for the body), but on a variety of pillars such as raja yoga (yoga of the mind), bhakti yoga (yoga of the heart), mantra yoga (yoga of sound), karma yoga (yoga of action) and Jnana yoga (yoga of knowledge).
What a gift this is to have a science given to us that helps us work on our entire system! Body, mind and soul...
What is Satyananda Yoga?
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YOGA POSITIONS GALLERY (click for more info)
This posture improves and deepens breathing
This posture is beneficial for the nervous system, digestive system and cardiovascular system
Ushtrasana serves the digestive and reproductive systems
This posture strengthens the nerves and muscles in the limbs and back
This posture encourages you to step into your power
Nadi Shodhana Pranayama
Alternate nostril breathing helps balance the left and right hemispheres of the brain
Eka Pada Pranamasana
This posture helps develop the nervous system
Sirshasana revitalises the entire mind and body
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana
This pigeon pose variation helps open up your heart space
Pranamasana creates a space for calmness and concentration
This seated asana helps create a steady foundation and stillness within the body