Yoga and Meditation

Yoga and Meditation

To gain experience of Vedic Truth, the Vedas emphasize Sadhana which means spiritual practice. The peaceful and relaxed atmosphere at Vedic Valley will be conductive for your Sadhana, be it Yoga, Meditation or any other spiritual practice.

Vedic Valley offers you a unique experience of different traditional branches of Yoga including Bandhas, Yoga Nidra and Shatkarmas. Our experienced Yoga teachers will assist you with a specific Yoga schedule, during your stay at Vedic Valley. You are welcome to participate in our regular meditation sessions and Mantra practices, join Mudra Yoga and Pranayama exercises and get introduced to Yagyas and Satsang with Master Anand. In this blissful environment the practices will create an overall feeling of well being, radiant health and profound inner experience. Also guests from outside Vedic Valley can attend daily Drop-in Yoga Classes, Meditation sessions and workshops.

Yoga means “union” between body, mind and soul. The knowledge of Yoga originated from Lord Shiva who passed it to his wife Parvati and the Rishis, further transmitted trough oral tradition of yogis and gurus. The practice of Yoga helps one to control the mind and senses, so the ego can be transcended and the true self Atma experienced. Yogic practice includes Yama- ethical discipline, Asanas- physical postures, Pranayam- breath control, Pratyahara- withdrawal of senses, Dharana- concentration and Dhyana- Meditation. It is a disciplined science encompassing all aspects of life which lead us towards healing the body, clearing the mind and freeing the spirit.

Pranayama are breathing exercises helping to clear the Nadis, or channels that carry Prana, the universal life force, allowing it to flow freely. When the nadis are clear and the last block at the base of the spine has been opened the Kundalini rises through the spine, the central Nadi called the Sushumna and joins with the crown chakra.

According to tradition the release of the Kundalini leads to enlightenment and union.

Dhyana means contemplation and is an internal yoga practice producing a state of tranquility and pure consciousness and bliss.

Mudra Yoga – the Science of Gesture of the hands and fingers

In Yoga, Mudras are used together with Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises) to stimulate different parts of the body and affect the flow of Prana (vital energy) in the body. Mudras are instruments to prepare the mind for meditation. By these gestures we can talk to the body and mind. In Vedic Valley you can experience and study about secret Mudras with our Master.

Master Anand learned the traditional education and intense practice and realization of Yoga, Mudra and Meditation from recognized Yogis and Ascetics in the Himalayas. He studied Bandha, Yoga Nidra and Shatkarma practices in Gangotri, the holy place where the Ganga river originates. He began to teach in 1996 in Rishikesh and continues since 2005 in Austria (from May to Sept. at SPA-Hotel Rogner Bad Blumau) and Goa (Oct.-Apr.)

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