Yantra Yoga – Perfect Rhythm of Life
with Fabio Andrico
Date recorded: February 8, 2012
Yantra Yoga is one of the oldest recorded systems of yoga in the world. Coming to us by way of Tibet, Yantra Yoga’s unique series of positions and movements, combined with conscious breathing, helps to coordinate and harmonize the body’s energy so the mind can find its authentic balance. It is a superb method for attaining optimal health and relaxation through coordinated breath and movement.
Discover the essence of this potent and transformative practice with senior Yantra Yoga instructor Fabio Andrico. Andrico begins this workshop by explaining the history and theory behind this unique tradition, and demonstrating several characteristic techniques. Andrico ends the workshop by introducing and teaching participants a simple and effective Yantra Yoga exercise, called “The Nine Purification Breathings.”
The Amherst College Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations originally held this lecture in conjunction with the Mead Art Museum’s exhibit “Picturing Enlightenment.” It was co-sponsored by the Shang Shung Institute for Tibetan Studies and the Dzogchen Community in America.
Fabio Andrico is an internationally recognized expert on the unique tradition of Tibetan yoga known as Yantra Yoga, from the lineage of the renowned Tibetan translator and Dzogchen master Vairocana. He studied directly under the great Tibetan cultural scholar and Dzogchen master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, who learned this potent and transformative form of yoga from his uncle, yogi Togden Ugyen Tenzin. Fabio is both a Hatha yoga and Yantra Yoga instructor, as well as an authorized trainer of Yantra Yoga teachers. Born and raised in Italy, he teaches Yantra Yoga internationally to groups of up to 700 participants in venues on six continents.
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