This series of seven one hour discourses with Sundernath will be held on consecutive full moons and is suitable for mature practitioners of Hatha Yoga. Sundernath will cover the five activities that are each penetrated by, and all interconnected through, the application of pranayama according to its different rhythmic modes of Adama (low), Madyama (central) and Uttama (high or intense).
The correct or incorrect application of pranayama in these five activities determines whether the Unmani sakti or transmental energy can be triggered. It is through this many layered process that the pathway is purified and empowered so that the ascent of kundalini can be imparted by the deity directly or through the guru. Unless this ground is fully covered kundalini remains an empty slogan and the wisdom that lies beyond the clutches of mundane living, a distant fantasy.
On occasion, Sundernath will respond to questions through the Vimeo chat box which may be enabled (not for every lecture).
Open to all
These discourses are open to all practitioners of yoga with a strong and steady practice of asana, mudra and kriya irrespective of style or school.
Following the Live Discourse, each lecture will then be available to subscribers on-demand on the following New Moon (approx 2 weeks later).
Subscribe at any time
You may join the Discourses at any time during the series and have immediate access to previous Discourses.
Following the completion of the Discourses, Sundernath will host an interactive Q&A on the New Moon – 30 May 2022. Check your local time here
No, this is a 7 part series & comes as a package.
Yes, there will be a chat box during the discourse. At the conclusion of the course, there will be a free Q&A hosted by Sundernath.
Each course will be designated a particular ‘Level’. It is the responsibility of the practitioner to determine, based on the description of the course and their own experience, whether or not they are suited to a particular course. If, after checking the course and the descriptions below, there is any uncertainty, kindly email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shadow Yoga cannot be held responsible for you purchasing a course which is not suitable for you and we regret that no refunds will be available.
Levels for courses are:
Open Level – suitable for all levels of yoga practitioners.
Intermediate Level – proficiency with the intermediate level of asanas.
Advanced Level – proficiency in Nrtta Sadhana – Pure Dance of Shiva and ability to sit in Padmasana for one hour.
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10% discount for Shadow Yoga teachers applies (not in addition to other discounts).
Discounts may be offered for bookings made one month in advance of first class. Payment must be made upon booking.
Check individual courses for details.
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