Satyananda Yoga


Article by Aishwarya Tomar

June 14th, 2020

Vajrasana by Aishwarya Tomar.

The Satyananda approach incorporates the whole individual, not just the body. There is an emphasis on awareness and practitioners are encouraged to learn about all aspects of their personality through Yoga.

Benefits of Satyananda Yoga

  • Helps the digestion
  • Improves the heart functioning
  • Improves the breathing efficiency
  • Increase body awareness.
  • Reduces chronic stress patterns
  • Improves the concentration
  • Release join stiffness

Who can do Satyananda Yoga

Ideal for all age groups and all practitioners of Yoga and helps in chronic joint pains.

Who should avoid Satyananda Yoga

As a practice, anyone who has undergone recent surgeries (within the last 6 months) shouldn’t practise this. Caution is advised to those with chronic pain. Here, those with knee pain, neck pain, or any joint pain must be careful. Pregnant women can practise under supervision.