Yoga Asana and Pranayama

Creating physiological balance and mind-body coordination for ideal health and well-being

27 June – 1 July 2022

With senior panellists from India and Europe

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Interactive, live online, with recordings available for three months

In English and German

Monday – Friday 10:00-12:00; 13:00–15:00; 15:15-16:45

Course fee: 320€ 299€ (Incl. VAT)

*There is a reduced price for lower-income countries, please see the application form.

This course is open to everyone

About the course

Yoga. We are all familiar with the term, but do we understand and appreciate its true value and implications in our daily life? 

In this sixteen-lesson course, developed by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi himself, we will explore the full meaning and practical applications of Yoga the science of wholeness to establish fullness of life. 

This course dives deep into the understanding and practice of each yoga posture recommended in the course. For every asana, you will learn how to perform it correctly, the profound benefits of the asana, and the scientific research relevant to the asana.

You will also discover how an understanding of many other fascinating areas enrich your experience of Yoga even further, including areas such as diet, breathing, Ashtanga Yoga, the eight ‘limbs’ of Yoga, the Bhagavad Gita, Vedic literature, and many others.

With astounding theoretical understanding and practical training in Yoga postures in each session, this course will inspire you to prioritise the Yoga Asanas in your daily routine. As a result, you can enjoy and experience more and more of the true fullness of life.

Explore

Yoga asanas and your daily routine

the value of attention

the science behind the asanas

diet & your asana practice

breathing technique

Vedic literature on Yoga asanas

Bhagavad Gita as the supreme textbook of Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga 

rules of conduct

Yoga, TM, and the TM-Sidhi Programme

higher states of consciousness

… and so much more

Explore

Yoga asanas and your daily routine

the value of attention

the science behind the asanas

diet & your asana practice

breathing technique

Vedic literature on Yoga asanas

Bhagavad Gita as the supreme textbook of Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga 

rules of conduct

Yoga, TM, and the TM-Sidhi Programme

higher states of consciousness

… and so much more

Explore

Yoga asanas and your daily routine

the value of attention

the science behind the asanas

diet & your asana practice

breathing technique

Vedic literature on Yoga asanas

Bhagavad Gita as the supreme textbook of Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga 

rules of conduct

Yoga, TM, and the TM-Sidhi Programme

higher states of consciousness

… and so much more

Maharishi's Total Knowledge

Course fee

To make this knowledge available to everyone, we are offering this rich, profound live course for only 320 299 euros (Incl. VAT). This includes live access to every session, as well as access to the recordings for up to one month after the course in case you miss a session, or would like to review. See our terms and conditions for full details.

Course schedule

This course is a total of sixteen lessons, taking place over 5 days, Monday to Friday, 27 June – 1 July. Each day, 10:00-12:00, 13:00-15:00, and 15:15–16:45 Central European Summer Time

What to bring

As practice of the postures is part of each lesson, please wear comfortable loose clothing to the Zoom meetings so you can comfortably practise the Yoga asanas. You will need a yoga mat or thick blanket to use during the course. If possible, we recommend connecting your computer to a television screen to be able to follow the postures easily with the course leader. Otherwise, you can set up your yoga mat close to your computer or laptop for easy viewing.

You are also recommended to bring Maharishi’s commentary on the Bhagavad-Gita and a journal so you can write down your experiences of practising the Yoga asanas during the course.

Joining the course

This course will combine both intellectual understanding and practical experience. The Maharishi Yoga Asanas are safe for almost everyone to practise with some exceptions, such as illness where exercise is contra-indicated. However, even if you are not able to perform the asanas during the course, you will intellectually gain so much from the experience that it is well worth it.

While live attendance is encouraged so you can ask questions, you can also view the recordings for up to one month after the course ends. 

The live sessions will be conducted by Zoom video conferencing software. Technical requirements to join live are that you have a desktop or laptop that can access the internet. Instructions for using Zoom, and login details for joining the course, will be provided before the course.

Join and experience a taste of the fullness of life.

Register by 12 noon on 26 June.

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