Everything you need for a home practice- Jivamukti Yoga Spiritual Warrior sequence, Jivamukti Yoga Videos by Sharon Gannon, Jivamukti Yoga Videos by. This vinyasa sequence is a flagship Jivamukti practice that invites you inward as a spiritual warrior and leaves you feeling grounded. Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior Curriculum. This is a brisk, guided, led vinyasa class in which the teacher calls out the asanas and provides the breath count, but.


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Go Jivamukti Spiritual Jivamukti spiritual warrior Curriculum This is a brisk, guided, led vinyasa class in which the teacher calls out the asanas and provides the breath count, but gives minimal instruction as to how to do the various asanas.

The class offers a well-rounded practice as a set sequence that includes a warm-up, the setting of an elevated intention, chanting, surya namaskar, standing asanas, twists, balances, backward bending, forward bending and inversions, as well jivamukti spiritual warrior meditation and relaxation, and is designed to be completed in one hour.

Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior Curriculum

Because it is a fixed sequence that is always the same, a student has the opportunity to progress to the level of mastery by committing to a consistent, steady, regular sadhana.

The first few classes may seem overwhelming, but with time and steady practice, progress will inevitably come. The Jivamukti Spiritual Warrior 1-hour sequence is a comprehensive yoga class that transforms, invigorates and energizes, while at the same time grounding and leading the student inward on an exploration of the deeper spiritual aspects of the self.

Because the class is only 1 jivamukti spiritual warrior long and there is a lot of material to cover, there is no need to give advertisements or promotions for jivamukti spiritual warrior at the beginning or end of class.


It may be helpful and is permissible for the teacher to demonstrate along with the class, while at the same time providing verbal instruction.

Then keep hands where they are jivamukti spiritual warrior walk feet forward until shoulders are directly over the wrists and hips are directly over the feet. Uttanasana variation — 10 breaths.

With legs jivamukti spiritual warrior arms extended, press equal weight down through hands and feet and simultaneously lift up out of wrists and ankles with blocks under hands, if necessary, in order to extend legs.

Squat — 10 breaths. Feet mat-width apart, knees tracked over middle of feet, spine extended, hands in prayer at heart, using elbows to jivamukti spiritual warrior inner thighs, press heels down into floor or into folded blanket or sit on a block.

Teepee Twist — 5 breaths each side Seated with soles of feet on floor, feet and knees together, twist to the right, bend left elbow and embrace both knees with left arm, right hand on floor behind supporting vertical lift of spine, breathe 5 breaths; do left side, then extend both legs straight.

Ardha Matsyendrasana — 5 breaths each side Bend right knee and cross right foot over extended left leg, placing right foot adjacent to the outside of left knee or further down near left foot.

With left elbow bent, press outside of left arm against outside of right leg or those who can, hold right instep with left hand ; breathe 5 breaths, repeat to left side, then extend both legs straight. Table Top — 10 breaths Separate feet hip-width apart and bend knees, place hands behind you on floor, fingers pointing toward feet, chin to chest, inhale lift up, exhale extend head back, hold for 10 breaths pelvis should be lifted as high or higher than knee level, with ankles under knees and wrists under shoulders.

Handstand — 5 to 25 breaths Place hands on floor about inches from a wall, and leading with one leg jump up and follow with the other, then rest heels on wall, feet flexed, and drop head between arms; or start on hands and knees and walk up to a 90 degree angle; or practice jumping with one leg in center of room.

Standing Posture Alignment — 5 breaths Standing in tadasana feet parallel, together or apartinterlock fingers together behind back, pressing palms together, lift arms away from pelvis, aligning pelvis and rib cage-pelvis is neither retracted nor tucked under, upper chest lifts as armpits expand, chin drops to meet lifted chest.

Jivamukti spiritual warrior Side Bends — 4 breaths Extend arms overhead, interlock fingers, jivamukti spiritual warrior palms together, inhale lengthen spine, exhale bend to the left side, inhale to upright position, then exhale bend to the right, repeat once more to each side for a total of 2 rounds.

Inhale come to a upright standing position.

Standing Spinal Roll — 16 breaths Exhale: Intention Standing dedication jivamukti spiritual warrior practice make this very brief — approximately 30 seconds Examples: Think of someone you love and dedicate your practice to them, or think of someone with whom you are having difficulties and dedicate your practice to them, or think of jivamukti spiritual warrior who is suffering and dedicate your practice to them 3.

Surya Namaskar Ashtanga A, 3 rounds — Jivamukti, 1 round 5.

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Standing Asanas Standing Asana Sequence: Utkatasana inhale Uttanasana exhale Warrior I start with right foot forward — 5 breaths Warrior II — 1 breath Trikonasana — 5 breaths Warrior II — 5 breaths Extended Angle A — 5 breaths Chin to Shin Parsvottanasana — 5 breaths Lift back heel, bend front knee for Lunge Standing spinal twist — 5 breaths Step the back knee to jivamukti spiritual warrior of front foot to sit Ardha Matsyendrasana — 5 breaths Ankle to Knee — 5 breaths Lolasana crossing right ankle over left ankle Jump back into Chaturanga Dandasana-Upward Dog-Downward Dog Repeat standing sequence on left side, but after ankle-to-knee, open legs into: Seated straddle split — 5 breaths Lolasana crossing left ankle over right ankle 6.

Balancing Vasishthasana Sequence from Lolasana, jump back; exhale Chaturanga Dandasana; inhale Upward Dog; exhale Downward Dog; inhale Plank Pose; exhale onto the jivamukti spiritual warrior hand and outside of right foot, extend left arm up Vasishthasana — 3 breaths; repeat on left side; inhale to Plank Pose; exhale knees, chest, chin to floor; inhale Cobra; exhale onto the abdomen, relax 7.

Back Bending Dhanurasana — twice, 5 breaths each Roll over lie on the back Half Wheel — 5 breaths Urdhva Dhanurasana — 3 times, 5 breaths each on last exhale of 2nd Urdhva Dhanurasana, bend elbows, placing top of head on floor, walk hands closer to feet and push up again for 3rd Urdhva Dhanurasana Pull knees to chest — 5 breaths Reclining Eagle Twist — 5 breaths each side Pull knees to chest and rock backward and forward to a seated position 8.

Forward Bending Janu Shirshasana — 5 breaths each side Tarasana — 5 breaths 9. Shoulderstand Sequence Spend 5 minutes on entire sequence jivamukti spiritual warrior timer or hold for 50 breaths, counting out breaths in the following order: Headstand Sequence Spend 5 minutes on entire sequence using timer or hold for 50 breaths, counting out breaths in the following order:

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