Anushthana refers to the process of remaining in a particular condition, in yogic tradition. This selective training course is for those practitioners who are looking to advance in the field of pranayama. It will provide the opportunity to thoroughly deepen the practical aspects of training and continue learning on the rich physical and spiritual benefits of pranayama. Daily sessions will be initiated by an auspicious fire ceremony (Havana), presided over by Tiwariji.
Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have at least five to seven years of continuous study with Tiwariji or must have attended prior Anusthana workshops.
Course Fees: 85,000 Indian Rupees (Accommodation and meals are extra)
December 8 – 22, 2019
Kaivalyadhama is pleased to announce that it will offer a new workshop in pranayama for those practitioners looking to hone their knowledge and skills in the field.
Led by Shri O. P. Tiwari ji, this course is designed for those students with a strong foundation in yoga, but are new to the lineage of Kaivalyadhama and wish to deepen their understanding of this rich practice. The workshop will include practical sessions in pranayama, theoretical lectures and daily asana classes.
Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have studied yoga for at least a year at a relevant institution. Students should also have some background knowledge and initial practice of pranayama at another school of yoga.
Course Fee: 75,000 Indian Rupees (Accommodation and meals are extra)