Pranayama Workshops

by Shri O. P. Tiwari

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About the Teacher

Shri O.P. Tiwari is one of the world’s leading authorities in pranayama and the Secretary General of Kaivalyadhama. With over fifty years of experience, Tiwariji has dedicated his life to the teaching and practice of yoga. He is a direct disciple of Swami Kuvalayanandaji, founder of Kaivalyadhama and the world’s pioneer of scientific research in the field of yoga. Tiwariji was taught in depth by his guru, and had direct exposure to not only the philosophical and practical aspects of Yoga but also to the scientific research that was being propagated by his teacher. This puts him in an incredibly unique position of teaching pranayama with a classical technique, where a scientific outlook harmonizes with traditional wisdom. He is one of the few remaining masters of pranayama in the world today. A humble man, Tiwariji’s goal is to pass on the traditional practices of yoga with integrity and sincerity. 

Pranayama Anushthana

Dates: September 10 – 23, 2017
Venue: Kaivalyadhama Lonavala (India)

THE COURSE IS FULL UP. PLEASE REGISTER FOR WAIT LIST BELOW. 

About the course

In the yogic tradition anushthana is the process of remaining in a particular condition. This year, Kaivalyadhama will offer a selective spiritual training course, anusthana, for those practitioners looking to advance in the field of pranayama. Led by Shri O.P. Tiwari, one of the world’s leading authorities in pranayama and disciple of Swami Kuvalayanandaji, this course will offer students the opportunity to thoroughly deepen the practical aspects of their practice and continue their education on the rich physical and spiritual benefits of pranayama.  Daily sessions will be initiated by an auspicious fire ceremony (Havan), which will be presided over by Tiwariji.

Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have studied with Tiwariji for at least five years in the recent past or must have attended prior Anusthana workshops.

Course Fees: 85,000 Indian Rupees 

* Please note, the course fees are not inclusive of accommodation. Accommodation rates will be sent to participants upon acceptance into the course.

Beginners Pranayama

Dates: October 1 – 14, 2017
Venue: Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala (India)

About the course

Kaivalyadhama is pleased to announce that it will offer a new workshop in pranayama for those practitioners looking to hone their knowledge and skills in the field. This course is designed for those students with a strong foundation in yoga, but are new to the lineage of Kaivalyadhama and wish to deepen their understanding of this rich practice, starting with the basics. The workshop will include practical sessions in pranayama, theoretical lectures*, and daily asana classes.

Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have studied yoga for at least a year at a relevant institution. Students should also have some background knowledge and initial practice of pranayama at another school of yoga.

Course Fees: 75,000 Indian Rupees (Accommodation and meals extra)

Intermediate Pranayama

Dates: November 5 – 18, 2017
Location: Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala (India)

About the course

This year, Kaivalyadhama will also offer a workshop in pranayama for those practitioners looking to strengthen their knowledge and skills in the field. This course is designed for those students with a strong foundation in yoga, and have had some prior experience in the practice of pranayama according to the lineage of Kaivalyadhama. The workshop will include practical sessions in pranayama, theoretical lectures*, and daily asana classes.

Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have some experience practicing pranayama according to the Kaivalyadhama lineage.

Course Fees: 75,000 Indian Rupees (Accommodation and meals are extra)

Advanced Pranayama

Dates: December 3 – 16, 2017
Venue: Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala (India)

About the course

Kaivalyadhama will offer an advanced workshop in pranayama for those practitioners looking to deepen their pre-existing practice in pranayama. This course is designed for those students with a strong foundation in pranayama, who wish to take their knowledge and practice to a higher level. The workshop will include practical sessions in pranayama, theoretical lectures*, and daily asana classes.

Pre-requisites: In order to apply, students must have between 2-3 years of pranayama experience according to the Kaivalyadhama lineage.

Course Fees: 75,000 Indian Rupees (Accommodation and meals extra)

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