Viniyoga is an ancient Sanscrit term that implies differentiation, adaptation, and
appropriate application. As part of a Viniyoga session we adapt the various means and
methods of Yoga practice to the unique condition, needs and interests of each individual.
Each session consists of Pranayama ( science of prana or breath,extension of the life force)
, Asanas ( yoga postures), Meditation , Chanting or Prayer, Study of the sutras.

tapahsvadhyayesvarapranidhanani kriyayogah

“The practice of Yoga must reduce both physical and mental impurities. It must
develop our capacity for self-examination and help us to understand that, in the final
analysis, we are not the masters of everything we do.”
( sutra 2.1)


“Reverence to God promotes the ability to completely understand any object of choice.”

( sutra 2.45)

Recommended books: “Yoga for Transformation” by Gary Kraftsow
“ The Heart of Yoga” by T.K.V. Desikachar

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