Hatha Yoga Pradipika: Level 2 - Advanced Pranayama Practices
What you'll learn
- A Detailed and Exhaustive Introduction to the 14th century Masterwork Text - Hatha Yoga Pradipika by Yogi Swatmarama
- Discover the Open-Secret of the Most Ancient Lineage of Monks - Naga & The Nava Natha Kula
- Learn the Objective and the Advanced Practices of Pranayama - Controlled Breath Expansion
- Understand the Wondrous Stages and Accomplishments of Pranayaama Techniques
- A Keen Interest to Understand the Human Mind, Psychology and Higher Consciousness
- Inner fearlessness to Experience Higher Levels of Reality
- An Innate Desire and Passion to Know Your True Self
AryaMarga Yoga is pleased to present the teachings of Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the 14th century master-text that details the science of the Willful Union of the Sun & Moon disks. This course is part of the 4 Yoga Teacher Training Course, which comprises of Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Samkhya Yoga, Pancha Tattva Asana Kriya and Pancha Tattva Pranayama Kriya.
The word Pradipika means to shed complete light on. Complete light on what? Light on the System and Techniques of Hatha Yoga. This text was composed in the 15th century, by Yogi Svātmārāma. In the very first chapter of this masterwork, Yogi Svātmārāma clearly gives his intent behind the composition of this text. By Yogī Swātmārāma’s time, (approx. 14 th -15 th Cent. AD) Raja Yoga had already become so ancient a science of Yoga, with such an inordinate number of lineages and
individual Yogīs claiming their own interpretations of the system, that the original Lineage teachings of Yoga seemed at risk of disappearing from the public consciousness.
Yogī Swātmārāma, out of compassion, sees the need for a clear understanding of the ancient Yogic view, it’s system and techniques, so that aspirants may overcome the perplexity born through multiple and varied interpretations of Yoga. To this end, the Clear Light on Haṭha /Haṭha Pradīpika has been composed by Yogī Swātmārāma.
In this module, students would be introduced to the following topics as concerns this text -
The Definition, Objective and Method of Pranayama
The Advanced Techniques of Pranayama
The 3 Stages of Pranayama
Warning of Pranayama Sadhana
The Preparatory Practices for Pratyahara of Sense Internalization
The Indicators of Success
Entry to the Higher Yogas (Raja Yoga) through the Regular Practice of Pranayama
Who this course is for:
- Practioners of Yoga Who Wish to Gain In-Depth Knowledge into the varied Hatha Yoga Practices
- Individuals Who Wish to Change their Personality and Cognitive Processes using Self-willed Evolution
At AMY we integrate the body-mind yogic principles of attaining psychological homeostasis or well-being through physical homeostasis. Our yoga therapy is based on the integration of parametric systems of contemporary psychology, with the ancient yogic systems of mind control.
Founder - Shri Roshan Palat
Having pursued legal studies, Roshan Palat worked in the field of finance post completion of his degree. Introduced to the Puranas and the Upanisads at an early age due to the nature of his surroundings, increasing interest in the authentic practices of Yoga kept taking him to the birth place of all the Yogas-the Indian Himalayas. Roshan met his Guru near an alpine village a few hours hiking distance from the mountain town of Uttarkashi. Ganapati Baba’s teaching of the 4 Yogas of the ancient Mahasiddhas Lineage and the profound manner in which it was imparted changed Roshan’s life forever. Having decided to commit to his practices under Babaji, Roshan spent a further 3 years with his Guru. Being instructed to learn more about Mahakaruna / The Great Compassion and Shunyata/Emptiness, by his Guru, Roshan undertook a 3 year study into Mahayana Buddhism and the View and Practices derived by that system from the 84 Mahasiddhas. Since then he has been residing, practicing and teaching in the Tibetan town of Bir situated in the Indian mountain state of Himachal.
Co-founder - Thanida Palat (Cookie)
Thanida, a citizen of Thailand, has been teaching various forms of traditional Hatha Yoga across Thailand and India. She has received advanced Hatha training from Kaivalyadham, Pune, Bihar Yoga Bharati, Munger, Sivananda Ashram, Kerala and JivamuktiYoga, New York.
Having received Yoga training in the Lineage of the 84 Mahasiddhas, Thanida has incorporated her knowledge of the Hatha Asanas with the structure of the 5 element intensification and harmonization practices of the Lineage. This has allowed us to re-introduce the 54 and 108 asanas of the Hatha Mandala as originally taught by the Lineage of the 84 Mahasiddhas.
Thanida conducts research and teaches at the AryaMarga Yoga institute where she is the Co-Founder of the Hatha Yoga Department.