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Ashtanga Yoga Classes Franklin TN

Ashtanga yoga classes instruct in the style of ashtanga yoga, also known as eight-limbed yoga or power yoga. This style of yoga focuses on a sequence of one yoga pose, or asana, to another, which is called flow. Below you will find related articles and yoga studios in Franklin, TN that give access to qualified Ashtanga yoga instructors.

Centre Energique
(615) 347-1036
4219 Hillsboro Road, Suite 338
Nashville, TN
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Yoga At The Factory
(615) 791-6655
230 Franklin Road
Franklin, TN
Yoga Styles
YogaFit/Hatha

Yoga & Arts
(615) 202-8524
7240 Nolensville Rd. (Behind Sonic)
Nolensville, TN
Yoga Styles
Tibetan Tantric Yoga

Cool Springs
(615) 771-8206
215 Gothic Ct
Franklin, TN
 
Half Moon Yoga
(615) 373-5367
3326 Aspen Grove Dr Ste 250
Franklin, TN
 
Ataana Energy Healing
(615) 202-6950
2819 Columbine place
Nashville, TN

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Yoga Country
(615) 377-7776
116 Wilson Pike Circle
Brentwood, TN
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa Flow

Kali Yuga Yoga
(615) 260-5361
1011 Fatherland St.
Nashville, TN
Yoga Styles
Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Restorative, Prenatal

Lighthouse Yoga Studio
(615) 377-9642
120 Seaboard Ln
Franklin, TN
 
Bikram Hot Yoga Cool Springs
(615) 790-7670
215 Gothic Ct
Franklin, TN
 
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Yoga: The Benefits of Ashtanga Yoga

 (Excerpted from Ashtanga Yoga: Practice & Philosophy, New World Library , 2007)

Ashtanga Yoga is the royal eightfold yoga, standardized by the ancient sage Patanjali. It's outset and conclusion is the state of unlimited ecstasy and freedom that forms the core of our being. Patanjali calls this state objectless samadhi, the Upanishads refer to it as the heart. As human society and it's individuals evolved more and more away from this true and original state, eight sequential steps were presented to get each individual back from wherever their current position is, back into contact with their heart.

The practice of these eight limbs can take up a copious amount of time of one's daily life. Since yoga and the Vedas out of which it grew are life affirmative, the Vedic Seer Vamana presented Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, a practice for householders-people with family and a job or business-in which the eight limbs were practiced simultaneously, not sequentially. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a presentation of Ashtanga Yoga, designed for urban people with time constraints.

Ashtanga Yoga employs a multitude of techniques, such as postures, breathing, concentration and meditation exercises. We could call it the yoga of techniques.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga differs from other forms of yoga in that it is dynamic, whereas most forms are static.

The benefits may be grouped into four categories: physical, emotional, mental and intellectual benefits. The physical benefits consist of making the body free of disease, making it light and strong so that it can be a suitable vehicle on the path to freedom. Through yoga the body is made to absorb and retain prana, which extends the life span.

The emotional benefits consist briefly in being able to not be a slave to one's emotions but to remain the witness. Most of our suffering is caused by emotions. These emotions may become unbearable by identifying with them and often may cause negative results if we follow their urge. It's important to know the difference between emotions and feelings. A feeling is an authentic sensation arising in the present moment such as love. An emotion is a reliving of a previously imprinted condition. For example because we have been hurt in the past we are acting in the present moment not out of love but out of jealousy or fear. Whenever we are emoting, we are in the past; whenever we are feeling, we are in the present. Yoga makes you feel more intensely because it removes layers of old conditioning.

The mind is seen in yoga as a computer, which analyses sensory data. It projects all objects cognised in the past onto a present object that needs to be identified. If it achieves what it believes to be sufficient congruency it signals that it has 're-cognized' the object as one of the objects previously cognised. This is the whole tragedy of the human being. Mind is an application, which projects past onto the future. As long as one is in the sway of the mind, one is, accordi...

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