Yoga Āsanas for Sitting Meditation
Do you think that you can’t really meditate because it is physically difficult? Or do you find yourself fidgeting constantly, or experiencing pain when meditating? These classic yoga positions are specifically designed to aid meditators sit more comfortably. And, if you carry less tension in the body, your mind will also relax. That relaxation enables you to experience more enjoyable meditation sessions.
Yogic Exercises for Sitting Meditation
In this short course, Somānanda Yogi presents a series of exercises firmly rooted in the Indian, Himalayan and South East Asian yogic traditions.
Specifically designed for meditators and those sitting for long periods of time, this series of simple exercises is intended to open the channels and calm the winds, adding more flexibility and comfort to a sitting meditation practice.
At Phakchok Rinpoche’s request, Somānanda teaches these exercises regularly at Mahāmudrā retreats throughout the world.
In the program, Somānanda Yogi demonstrates each position in a video. Voice-over instruction accompanies each clip. In addition there is a written description of each exercise. Once learned, this series should take about 30-45 minutes to complete.
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