What is  The Living Yoga Method™ ?

The Living Yoga Method is a complete system of hatha yoga for anyone who wishes to live a more conscious, self-empowered, healthy and blissful existence.

There are no pre-requisites for beginning your training in Living Yoga, you do not need to be flexible, spiritual or peaceful! The only requirement is a sincere wish to open, grow and fulfil your highest potential.

If you're new to Yoga, start your journey with the Beginners Programme, and if you're already practising you are welcome to come straight into the Living Yoga Sessions, currently being live streamed each day.

The Living Yoga Method has evolved over 25 years of rigorous practice and dedicated teaching by founder of the Yoga Sanctuary, Steve Harrison, into what is now a beautifully systematic and progressive approach to this ancient science.

Living Yoga is designed as a daily practice for anyone who wishes to take their body, mind and life back into their own hands and make a real and positive change.


How does The Living Yoga Method™ work?


Five Simple Components:


  BREATH TRAINING  


  POSTURE TRAINING 

  DIGESTION TRAINING 


  COLD TRAINING     

 MIND-SET TRAINING


What makes Living Yoga different?

All the tools and know-how are here. But the most important thing to remember is:

“It's not what you do, but how you do it. That makes the difference!”

In Living Yoga all of our postures, breathing and meditation practices are supported and informed by 4 Principles, without these 4 Principles it's simply not Living Yoga!

1st Principle: 'Sukha' meaning 'Ease' - Keep your cool, maintain an inner ease and natural joyfulness in all the practices.

2nd Principle: 'Spanda' meaning 'Pulse' - Connect to the pulse of your breath - it's nature's way, follow it as you flow and it will take you deeper into the bliss of your body and silence of your mind than any amount of push and shove could ever do.

3rd Principle: 'Lila' meaning 'Play' - Play your edges - your boundaries exist to be stretched - but remember keep the joy in it (Sukha) and use your breath (Spanda), and you will soon see that all your limitations have only been imagined.

4th Principle:'Purna' meaning 'Fulfilment' - Leave every practice knowing that you gave the whole of yourself to it - leave satisfied, fulfilled and complete - make it 'perfect' for you.
 

© Copyright 2020 Yoga SanctuaryWeb Design By Toolkit Websites