Shang Shung Institute, dedicated to the preservation and study of Tibetan culture, also has a responsibility for general public courses and classes in Yantra Yoga, Tibetan Yoga of Movement, an ancient system of Yoga which was sustained for more than a millennia in Tibet and transmitted to interested students in the 'wider' world by lineage holder and founder of the Shang Shung Institute, Chögyal Namkhai Norbu.
YANTRA YOGA THE TIBETAN YOGA OF MOVEMENT
A Unique Yoga Experience
Synchronizing every movement with conscious breathing we find ourselves in a perfectly relaxed state. Each yoga sequence performed in Yantra Yoga aims to guide the breath into a natural harmony with the mind and body.
What is Yantra Yoga?
Yantra Yoga is one of the oldest recorded systems of yoga in the world. It has come to us by way of Tibet, a land that holds a vast and rich cultural heritage.
Yantra Yoga’s unique series of positions and movements, combined with conscious breathing, can help coordinate and harmonize one’s personal energy so that the mind can relax and find its authentic balance. Many positions used in Yantra Yoga are similar to those of Hatha Yoga, but the way to assume and apply them differs significantly.
This system of Yoga contains a wide range of movements that can be applied by everyone. It is a superb method for attaining optimal health and fitness, relaxation, and balance through the coordination of breath and movement.
Further information here (link to http://www.yantrayoga.org/)
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