Each class starts with an Introduction, Explanation and then an Exploration through the Akasha using 8 distinct Fields. Click here to download our Framework pdf.
The sacred prayer allows individuals a way into the frequency of the Akasha through sound vibrations of the spoken word; energetically speaking, the prayer is the access code which enables one to enter, experience and exit the Akasha successfully.
Guided meditation is an integral part of each class. The intention, as outlined below, will determine the purpose of the meditation.
Pranayama, the fourth limb of yoga, is a practice of focusing on breath. Breath is associated with prana, thus, breathe work is a means to elevate our life energy. Infinity Breathing is offered as a means of focus and to reach higher elevations in Akasha Yoga™.
Asanas, movement in yoga, is a substantial part of each class. Movements are used to encourage the flow of life force energy, and to release stored, unwanted energy. Yang and yin poses are used at the discretion of the teacher. The asanas are less about a specific set of poses and more about blending and mixing in repetitive flow (yang) to encourage life force flow and holds (yin) to release unwanted energy.
Chanting is the repetitive speaking or singing of words or sounds. It can include mantra, sacred text, the name of God/Spirit. In Akasha Yoga™ we use sacred chanting as a practice of preparing us for higher frequencies. Often the sacred chants honor and call upon the divine within us.
Sound therapy is used in Akasha Yoga™ as a means of elevating the student. Often, crystal bowls are used during periods of reflection to encourage the flow of intuition and divine wisdom.
Reflection time is built into every Akasha Yoga™ practice, so that students have time to capture what they have perceived and transmitted during their practice.
Wisdom from the Akasha, known as foundational truths (four absolutes + three nots), are sprinkled in to classes based on the consideration of the teacher.
There are infinite reasons to practice Akasha Yoga™, however we believe all of these reasons fall into three human intentions: Inquiry, Imprint, Integration. Because of this, in addition to an intro Akasha Yoga™ class, there are also classes dedicated to each intention.
Possibilities to Actualization
Better Treatment of Oneself
Click here to learn more about each Intentions.