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Inspiring you to bring holistic yoga into your day.
Perfect for beginners and curious yogis!
Vishva-ji’s teaching is loving, powerful, and healing. Of all the asana that I have studied this was by far the most powerfully healing. Every movement, every breath was an opportunity to open and fill with Prana. We were called to step up and BE our true Selves, we were blissful, fearless and expansive. Thank you Vishva-ji! - Anna
Thank you for showing me your inner light so that I could find mine. Thank you for your stillness and peace. I am taking it with me as I embark on a new life. - Dorinda
Find your well being and peace along the shores of the sacred Ganges River. This Akhanda 1 class will ease you into a state of happiness and tranquility inspired by the theme Shivo Ham (I am wellbeing). You will finish this practice with happiness subtly flowing through your body, breath, smile, and heart. This 20-minute practice is appropriate for anytime of day.
Practice with Vishva-ji along the banks of the Ganges River to the theme Shivo Ham (I am well being). This practice is designed to improve your overall body function with increased circulation and fulfilling prana. It is a subtly strengthening class that can be practiced at any time of day. Ground yourself and practice this class with self care in mind.
Practice with Vishva-ji as he guides you through a 30-minute Akhanda 1 practice. This class is designed to bring awareness to your inner self through movement, meditation, and breath work and the theme Yatha Shuddho (Inner harmony or purity). As you continue to immerse yourself deeply in your practice, negative emotions, self talk and stories will be released and you will tap into the natural harmony that exists beneath.
Wake up with this powerful and uplifting practice. With a classic sun salutation sequence and multiple breathing techniques, this class is perfect to add into your morning routine to bring a sense of stamina and willpower. Infuse your day with joy and vigor inspired by the theme Anando Ham (I am bliss).
Follow along as Vishva-ji guides you through a 60-minute Akhanda 1 practice, set in a lush outdoor space. The theme Sthira Sukham Asanam (posture held in steadiness and ease) is a reminder that with each pose we seek to find a point of stability and comfort, both in the body and in the mind. Featuring gentle poses and easy instruction, this class is great for beginning students and those who want a mindful flow.
Had a rough day at work? This practice is here to support you and bring you back to the now with the theme Atha Yoga Anushasanam (Yoga guides you to the now). This one-hour, level one class is helpful in releasing yourself from negative emotions or energies. Use this practice at the end of the work day or before bed to feel relaxed and nurture your well being.
Akhanda Yoga is a holistic approach to teaching developed by Yogrishi Vishvketu (Vishva-ji) to highlight the diverse toolkit of techniques and wisdom that the yoga tradition has to offer. Akhanda means indivisible, entire, whole, and each class includes a blend of asana, pranayama, mantra, relaxation and meditation, as well as a theme linking the practice to contemplations from the yogic scriptures. Through Akhanda Yoga Online you can access a variety of themed Akhanda I, II and III classes as well as a number of Vishva-ji’s unique Classical Kundalini, Hatha-Raja and Five Koshas classes. The site also features guided pranayama and meditation sessions, Yoga Nidra, mantra and philosophy teachings and Yoga for specific wellness concerns, including a section on Yoga for Women’s Health.
Himalayan Yoga Master Yogrishi Vishvketu (Vishva-ji) is an internationally renowned teacher, conference presenter and teacher trainer, known for his infectious laughter, playfulness and authentic teaching. He inspires students and teachers to practice with joy and dedication, finding the inner smile. His message is balance: yoga is discipline and surrender, effort and fun!
A yogi at heart, he was raised at a yogic gurukul in northern India, before moving to Canada and beginning to share authentic yoga teachings with students in the West.