Join Vishva-ji to unwind and let go of stress after work. This deep, slow class, low to the ground, is a great restorative after a long day. And with bhramari (bumble bee breath) in every posture, and a closing meditation, it also encourages a restful sleep.
This deeply calming practice features simple yoga poses with the use of Brahmaree breath – a slow and steady exhale released while making the sound of the honey bee. Filmed at The Beatles Ashram in Rishikesh, India, Vishva-ji and his students practice surrounded by lyrics from Beatles songs and beautiful yogic artistry and graffiti. Fusing all of the parts together is the mantra and theme, “So Hum”, meaning “I am that”. Throughout this class, you are encouraged to remember, “I am that” – bliss, infinite expansion, divine, and part of the universe.
This calming practice features simple yoga poses with the use of Brahmaree breath (honey bee sound). This practice is effective in improving your concentration and waking up your third eye. Join Vishva-ji and his students along the banks of the Ganges River in Rishikesh, India. Throughout this class, you are encouraged to remember, “I am that” – bliss, infinite expansion, divine, and part of the universe.
This restorative class uses brahmaree pranayama and postures the focus on the spine, like twisting postures, to balance your nervous system and bring you into a deep state of relaxation. The theme is Anando Asmi, I am bliss. Your true nature is undisturbed - through practice may you drop into that place of undisturbed calm.
Deeply relax on a cellular level with this 20 minute hip opening class. The theme is Yatha Shuddho - crystaline nature. Hip opening is a great way to release that which we no longer need, and get back to our essential self. Let go through the hips and savour the meditative effect of Brahamaree (honeybee) breath.
Deeply relax on a cellular level with this 20 minute hip opening class. The theme is Akhanda Akash Rupo Asmi - you are expansive like the sky. This gentle hatha practice has a restorative effect due to the addition of Brahamaree (honeybee) breath. Imagine yourself practicing along with him near a beautiful old oak tree in this lush green outdoor space. This class is a wonderful way to peacefully start or end your day.
Let Vishva-ji guide you in this Hatha Raja hip opening class blending simple yoga poses with bhramari (honey bee sound). This technique helps release stress on the cellular level. This class will also help you improve your range of motion and circulation, releasing back pain and negative emotions stored in the hip area.
Follow along as Vishva-ji guides you through a deeply restorative 30-minute Hatha Raja practice. This class is specifically designed to assist with hip opening. Practicing Brahmaree (honeybee) breath in specific postures can gently loosen and release any tightness or emotions sitting in the hips, lightening your being along with the theme Apo Deepo Bhav - I am Divine light.
Enjoy a full hour practice dedicated to releasing and restoring. This 60-minute class is sequenced to assist in opening the hips with the theme melting into unknown space. Through this practice, you will balance all five elements and relax your nervous system. At the conclusion of this calming class, Vishva-ji guides you into a longer meditation. If time allows, you are encouraged to continue on your own.
Filmed at the old Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram in Rishikesh, India, Vishva-ji guides a Hatha Raja class surrounded by lyrics from Beatles songs and beautiful yogic artistry and graffiti. This calming practice features simple poses with Brahmaree breath – the buzzing sound of a honey bee. This vibration is effective in improving concentration and waking up your third eye. Throughout this class, you are encouraged to remember that you are bliss, infinite expansion, divine, and one with the universe, So Ham.
Deeply restore from stress and aches and pains with this relaxation session. Lay on the back or in a propped Savasana position, and join Vishva-ji in bhramari pranayama (the bumble bee sound). This technique is profoundly calming and a wonderful preparation for meditation and also for sleep.
Alongside the joys of travel, getting there and back can be hectic and draining. This gentle, grounding Hatha-Raja class is ideal for coming back to a place of calm and balance. Primarily on the ground, this slow sequence is also ideal for easing anxiety or insomnia.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in this simple yet powerful Hatha-Raja class with bhramari breath (honey bee sound) in each posture. This technique brings you into a natural meditation where you connect to your true identity. It allows you to be in expansion mode rather than contraction mode. The mantra is Om So Ham meaning I am purest vibration.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in this simple yet powerful Hatha Raja class with brahmari breath (honey bee sound) in each posture. This technique brings you into a natural meditation where you connect to your true identity. Allowing yourself to be in and expansion mode rather than contraction mode, releasing the stress out of your body through vibration of the brahmari breath at a cellular level. The mantra is om so ham meaning I am purest vibration.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in this simple yet emotionally grounding Hatha Raja class with bhramari breath (honey bee sound) with each posture. This technique brings you into a natural meditation where you connect to your true blissful identity. Allowing the stress and pain out of your mind and body through the vibration of the bhramari breath at a cellular level. The mantra is Om So Ham meaning I am purest vibration.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in this Hatha-Raja class to prepare your body and mind for meditation. This gentle class with bhramari pranayama will balance your serotonin and melatonin levels improving concentration and relieving insomnia. The Mantra used is Tada Drastuh Svarupe Avasthanam, which is the third Yoga Sutra meaning 'resting in your true nature'.
This Hatha-Raja class will bring calm to your mind, body and spirit. The mantra used is Shivo Guru Shivo Veda invoking well-being and knowledge. True wisdom is an inner knowing that comes from a place of stillness and receptivity. Get quiet and clear with this meditative practice.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in this Hatha Raja class with brahmari breath (honey bee sound) in each posture. This technique brings you into a natural meditation where you connect to your true identity. The mantra is Anando Asmi meaning my true self is blissful.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you through a meditative Hatha Raja class. Applying the honey bee breath in each posture helps release blockages within the body and mind and creates expansion. The theme is Tada Drashtuh Svarupe Avasthanam which is the 3rd Sutra and means resting in your vast, true nature.
Join Vishva-ji as he guides you in a Hatha-Raja class with simple yoga poses incorporating the Bhramari Breath (honey bee). This practice will bring a calm to your mind, body and spirit releasing stress on a cellular level and preventing insomnia.
Gently flow through this 90-minute Hatha Raja class filmed live during the 2016 Akhanda Yoga Festival in Harrington, Quebec, Canada. With a focus on the Muladhara chakra and hips, you will complete this practice with less stress than when you began, feeling grounded and open. Root down into the now with the theme Atha Yoga Anushasanam (yoga establishes you in the now).
Retrain your nervous system from stress to a state of ease. Using the 3rd Yoga Sutra, Tada Drastuh Svarupe Avasthanam, as inspiration to find rest within yourself. This Hatha-Raja practice features a short and simple asana sequence that is repeated multiple times and matched with Brahmaree pranayama to improve health, concentration, and meditation.
Allow the gentle vibration of Brahmaree pranayama (honeybee breath) to soothe every layer of your being and create expansion across all cells. This Hatha Raja class, filmed live at Anand Prakash Ashram, features gentle and simple yoga postures with a focus on hip opening. Invoke also the mantra So Ham, meaning I am a part of this universe and the universe is a part of me.
The intention of this practice is inspired by the message of the third yoga sutra – rest in your True Nature. Enjoy this physically gentle Hatha Raja practice to soothe frazzled nerves, move deeper into meditation, and find a vast quiet within yourself. Thanks to the calming nature of Brahmaree pranayama, this practice is highly beneficial in the evening before bed.
This class begins with a talk about dropping into simple postures done in a meditative way – the challenge and the resulting stabilization. Then Vishva-ji leads extended chanting of the third yoga sutra Tada Drashtu Svarupe Avastanam – Then you rest in your true nature, followed by a slow and deep practice with bhramaree pranayama.
Join Vishva-ji for a soulful Hatha-Raja class with the bumblebee sound. The theme of this class is Ath ye atma sa setu — The heart is the bridge to the soul (Chandogya Upanishad 8:4:9). Feel yourself easily drop into the heart space through the repetition of bhramaree pranayama. Savour the mmmmm and connect to the deep rhythms of the Vast.