The Hatha Yoga Intensive is a program devised by Swami Vishnudevananda based on his own hatha yoga sadhana in the Himalayas. He said that six months of this intensive practice gave him the energy to carry out his mission of spreading the teachings of yoga in the West for next 40 years. The course is based on individual self-practice divided into three sessions per day. The emphasis is on intense pranayama and asana. Students work towards 8 hours of hatha yoga per day, balanced by the study of scriptures. For details go here.
Supermoon TimeLapse over Contoocook Valley, NH
Short Video of the recently completed Yoga Teachers Training Course run by Sivananda Yoga Centre Gurgaon and held at Sarsoli Dham, Kudal, Maharashtra during June and July 2016. Watch till the end to hear testimonies from the graduating yoga teachers.
Yoga Teachers Training Course at Sarsoli Dham, Kudal, India. Sivananda Yoga Gurgaon
“WOW! This is amazing. What beautiful words, thoughts and ideas, Keshav! And fantastic editing and storytelling – this was a joy to watch. I learned a lot, and watched it twice.” – Eddie Stern
“Have known Keshav for a while – this video gives the deepest insight into the universe at the confluence of art and spirituality.” – Govinda Rajan
“Ananda! Once in a while we get this feeling. But its for a very little time. What humans would like to do is to extend it – make it infinite. And that infinite ecstasy is Krishna. Ananda is THE final abode. So my idea is to express him as joy personified. The celebration. He enjoys life despite the fact that he is always in trouble!” – Keshav
Keshav is a cartoonist and painter living in Chennai, South India. A prolific and imaginative artist, devoted to Lord Krishna, daily he Tweets a new image of Krishna @keshav61. In this video interview for Nāmarūpa, Keshav talks about his evolution as an artist and provides insightful wisdom on the symbolism within Indian art. Music is by G.S. Sachdev, master of the bansuri.