Approaching Universal Yoga: Practice 4
Andrey Lappa – 64 minutes
Once you have practiced and feel comfortable with the first three installments of our Approaching Universal Yoga series, you’ll be ready for our Approaching Universal Yoga: Practice 4 program, which features intermediate practices designed for students who are looking to increase their strength, flexibility, and depth. With our full range of motion exercises, long sequences of asymmetrical postures, balanced stretching practices and dynamic yoga strengthening techniques, you’ll be on the road to creating a better version of yourself in no time.
Mandala Yoga, a Complete Balancing of Consciousness
In the fourth installment of our preparatory Universal Yoga series, you will continue to utilize the many tools you’ve acquired from our previous installments, along with the inclusion of our Mandala sequence for complete balancing of consciousness. The Universal Yoga system itself, created by master teacher Andrey Lappa, reflects his experience with spiritual teachers of the Hindu and Buddhist traditions, and a “Mandala” is a representation of the entire cosmos, or the universe, coming together. It’s very fitting that the last sequences you learn in the approach to Universal Yoga is defined as all-encompassing, as it represents the full range of sequences that Universal Yoga incorporates.
THE TEACHING OF ANDREY LAPPA
Andrey Lappa is one of the most qualified and influential masters and professional teachers of yoga in Russia and Eastern Europe. Drawing on his many years of study with preeminent yoga masters such as BKS Iyengar and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, as well as his many travels to sacred places in India and Nepal, Andrey was inspired to create Universal Yoga, a style of practice which focuses largely on spirituality.
APPROACHING UNIVERSAL YOGA: PRACTICE 4 with Andrey Lappa
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