VINYASA KRAMA YOGA, sequences and subroutines.

This is an ongoing project, my plan being to constantly update the videos presented here with newer, more accurate and hopefully more accomplished presentations of the Sequences and subroutines in Srivatsa Ramaswami's book, as well as adding notes to the individual postures and sequences.

NOTE

This blog has only just gone LIVE and may be suffering teething problems as I attempt to upload the 120 odd videos of sequences and subroutines over the next couple of weeks. Please let me know if you notice any videos that have been attached to the wrong post or anything else that is clearly unintended.
Most of the videos posted right now are early attempts at the sequences and subroutines and wont correspond exactly to the instructions in Ramaswami's book. I'll try to point those cases out in the post and eventually get around to re-filming the clips.


Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Pranayama 1 Ujaii, ratio 1;1;1

Pranayama 1 Ujaii, ratio 1;1;1

2 comments:

  1. Hey Grimmly, how many rounds should one do of this. i guess same for the more advanced versions, whats the typical number to do ? Thanks, Niall.

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  2. I was taught that eighty rounds is the traditional goal to aim for and you might do that four times a day. I'd suggest you start with ten rounds and then increase it by increments of ten. Either that or in the beginning you can do it by time, there's a nice pranayama app for the iphone/itouch that has a timer. When I first started with Ramaswami's book I would practice pranayama for ten minutes, then fifteen and finally twenty. On the course we tended to do forty or eighty rounds, depending on which type we were doing that might take up to an hour.

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