Sivananda ADVANCED CLASS SERIES
self - practice videos
Advanced Yoga Classes - 9 videos
You can subscribe to the nine advanced class videos by choosing and clicking on the buttons below:
You will receive a separate email with the video links once we receive your subscription request.
* Meant for someone who has been practicing the Sivananda open classes regularly for at least six months or more, or has attended a Sivananda yoga retreat, or is a Sivananda Teacher graduate
* Meant also for a senior practitioner from other schools of yoga like Iyengar, Krishnamacharya, or Mysore Ashtanga.
* Not meant for beginners or self taught students with videos/books.
NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR
We are delighted to bring you 9 different episodes of the same Sivananda class. This series is called the SIVANANDA VARIATIONS CLASS, or the SIVANANDA ADVANCED CLASS.
You can now, from the comfort of your home, or if you are travelling, elsewhere in your room where you are stationed, practice many different versions of the class.
Only one caution.
THIS NEW SERIES IS NOT MEANT FOR BEGINNERS TO YOGA.
You should have been practicing the Sivananda system for a few months, before attempting the Sivananda Advanced classes.
Each episode becomes progressively more challenging, so attempt Episode 1 for a few days, before moving on to the next one, and so on.
Once you have practiced all the episodes, you can pick and choose the ones you like or prefer for your practice on a specific given day.
And yes, one more thing.
All episodes have a small, tiny fee to be paid for viewing; this ensures that there will be no casual viewing, nor casual practitioners – only serious students will attempt these sessions.
The small fee will also go a long way in helping to fund the video project – to help so many interested yoga practitioners who cannot come to the centres to practice; this is one of the ways in which we can reach out to you!
You can pay for a month for one episode. Or you can pay for a quarter, or six months, or even a year.
You can also pay for two, or three, or all nine.
Our suggestion is you start with one, and move to all nine only after you enjoy the practice and benefits of one episode.
Contact - Arun Pandala, Acharya and Director
Sivananda Yoga Centre, Gurgaon