Art of Namaskar
A Journey from Prostrations to Foundation Prana Flow Namaskars
To do pranam (obeisance) means to put one’s head where it should be—at the feet of God.
His feet are everywhere and therefore one may do namaskar (salutation) everywhere,
remembering the feet of God. To do pranam means to open oneself
to the divine power, which is always streaming down on everyone. — SRI ANANDAMAYI MA
Welcome to the Art of Namaskar Practice Course - A Journey from Prostrations to Classical Namaskars to Foundational Prana Flow Namaskars
Enjoy the first online module that corresponds to the Embodying the Flow/Mandala of Asanas Teaching Empowerment Process.
This online course is an archived self-guided-collective study. This self-study guide is for teacher trainees and Prana Vinyasa teachers who want to refine their embodiment, rhythm, flow, and integration of the roots and evolution of prana flow namaskars.
This is the heart of Prana Flow as they are the foundational pathways that unfold into the 40 Prana Vinyasa namaskars.
We have three main goals in our process:
1) greater embodiment in the asanas and in the flow of namaskars
2) greater empowerment and integration for teaching classical and prana vinyasa namaskars
3) greater integration of solar-lunar practice & meditation to support our life
May we more deeply embody the art of namaskars to more fully transmit the art of movement meditation.
Enjoy your practice!