Learn the deeper aspects of the three Shadow Yoga prelude forms. Cultivate a full practice format of warm ups - prelude - asana and conclusion.
Students learn more complex seats, Asana - Angahara, Nṛtta Sādhanā and yoga inversions.
For students maintaining a regular Shadow Yoga practice e.g. 2+ years of Intro to Bala Krama, Chaya Yoddha Sancalanam and Karttikeya Mandala.
Use the right practice at the right time
Learn why and what to practice, according to the time of day.
Asana - Angahara 1
In the morning linear arrangements are worked when the energy is dominant in the nerves. The aim is to move the prana (life force) into the blood through the exercise of the bones and joints.
Nṛtta Sādhanā Introduction
In the afternoon swaying arrangements are worked when the energy is dominant in the blood. The aim is to move the energy into the nerves.
Ongoing personal practice and 2+ years of preludes, including Karttikeya Mandala (the third Shadow Yoga prelude).