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Qi-Yo begins with the formlessness of energetic alignmentQi-gong warm-up, arrives at the perfected form of asanasAsana (/ ˈ ɑː s ən ə /; Sanskrit; आसनāsana [ˈɑːsənə] sitting down or (आस ās to sit down) is a body position typically associated with the practice of yoga. It was originally identified as a mastery of sitting still. In the practice of yoga, asana refers to two things: the place where a practitioner (or yogin, in general usage; yogi for male; and yogini for female) sits and the manner (posture) in which he/she sits.’,
L3: ‘This is a type of relaxation that involves the mind and body as well as the interaction between them., and comes full circle with the formless SavasanaThis is a type of relaxation that involves the mind and body as well as the interaction between them., in which the practitioner melts into a relaxing, motionless statePreparation for meditation.
Below are the stages of a core Qi Yo class. The core class is two hours long.
The movements are free-form and can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or physical condition. This set of simple movements can be done by anyone, anywhere. They are rooted in the formless nature of the Tao. These movements are the gateway that initiates practitioners into a the world of subtle energies, cleansing them of the patterns of everyday life.
The sequence can be incorporated into existing individual SadhanaSādhanā (Sanskrit: साधना; Standard Tibetan: སྒྲུབ་ཐབས་, druptap, Wyl. sgrub thabs) is literally translated to “a means of accomplishing something.” It is an ego-transcending spiritual practice and it includes a variety of disciplines in Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist and Muslim traditions that are followed in order to achieve various spiritual or ritual objectives. practice.
Classic yoga breathing techniques, such as BastrikaBhastrika primarily consists of forced rapid deep breathing which serves as a basis for many varieties of exercises, all of which may be described by the same name. Although air is forced both in and out, the emphasis is placed upon the expulsion or explosion of air. A series of such expulsions, each following the other in quick succession without either Full or Empty Pause, is called “A Round”. The desired effects range from increased ventilation, increased Blood Circulation, clearing of the Nasal Passages and increased thinking capacity to eliminating of all Mental Disturbances., KapalabatiKapalabhati consists of alternating short, explosive exhales and slightly longer, passive inhales. Exhales are generated by powerful contractions of the lower belly (between the pubis and navel), which push air out of the lungs. Inhales are responses to the release of this contraction, which sucks air back into the lungs.
Kapalbhati helps for the practise of pranayama, it also helps in increasing-concentration. It gives good exercise and massage to all the internal organs of the chest and abdomen. By this action all internal organs work smoothly. Kapalbhati increases the lung capacity and improves the efficiency of gas exchange (O2 and CO2) in the lungs. As Kapalbhati gives good exercise to the diaphragm and whole of the respiratory organs, the yoga practice like asana, pranayama become easy., KundaliniBreath Of Fire and other pranayama techniques to activate kundalini.. Kundalini (Sanskrit kuṇḍalinī, कुण्डलिनी) refers to a concept of shakti or “corporeal energy”, (in modern commentaries also described as an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force) which is described as lying “coiled” at the base of the spine in certain Yoga Upanishads. breathing, as well as unique Balinese breathingSignature and authentic to Qi-Yo yoga, and Ecstatic breathing techniquesSufi techniques used in ancient traditions such as Taoism, Sufism and shamanic practices are presented here. These breathing techniques quickly awaken kundalini, unblocking the energy channels, opening chakras, purifying and refreshing the practitioner. They prepare your energy field and attune your inner vibration to the frequencies appropriate to japa, the chanting of mantras. Specific to the Qi-Yo system are ancient Balinese Sandhi MurtiSandhi Murti is an energy-based martial art, which originated from Bali, Indonesia. It is also a spiritual way to inner power, based on the oldest hidden knowledge of the East.
As a spiritual and martial art school, Sandhi Murti was created, designed and founded in 1990 by Dr. I Gusti Agung Ngurah Harta. He translated Sandhi Murti for us as the “Composition of all powers, abilities and forces.” techniques based on physical action accompanied by mental instructions and breathing. For example, we breathe and at the same time repeat mantras, while concentrating on specific energy centers in the body.
Chanting and japa are done in Pali, Basa Bali and Sanskrit. Qi-Yo’s unique pranayama incorporates ancient Basa Bali chants, combined with breathing, help practitioners cleanse and expand their bio-magnetic field (energetic emanation).
There are three asana sequences:
12 asanas (beginners)
36 asanas (intermediate)
36-plus asanas, including unlimited variations (advanced practicioners)
Nada yoga is also a way to approach and respond to sound with reverence. Sound and music, in this context, are more than just the sensory properties and sources of sensuous pleasure. They are considered to play the role of a potential medium in order to achieve a deeper unity with both the outer and inner cosmos. Nāda yoga uses sound vibrations and resonances to pursue palliative effects on various problematic psychological and spiritual conditions. This type of yoga is also employed to raise a practitioner’s level of awareness of the postulated energy centers, known as chakras. Music has been used by most Indian saints and prophets, as an important and powerful tool in the quest for the achievement of nirvana; notable name to be mentioned here including Thyagaraja, Kabir, Meerabai, Namdeo, Purandaradasa and Tukaram. relaxation is a signature feature of the Qi Yo system. It allows the practitioner to retain the cultivated energy, sealing it in one’s body, stabilizing the practitioner and acting as a bridge back into everyday life, protecting one using unique Balinese protection techniques.
The relaxation and meditation practice is based on a 20-plus-year practice of Swami Agung.
During class, we use the specific vibrational frequencies of musical instruments and Tibetan Singing bowls.
There is purposeful group meditation using visualization and mantras. We also practice an exchange of yin and yang energy, with female and male participants holding hands and sending positive energy to each other and to the world.
We are interested in how we can impact the world by channeling and directing our cultivated energies for the global good. The goal of group meditation is to help people feel comfortable with others, to share their growth and positivity with others, and to contribute to the global evolution of consciousness. Qi Yo sees the group class as a beehive – a living organism, in which each student is an integral, holographic representation of the whole.
Qi Yo class is a purposefully designed energetic symphony, starting with anarchy/formlessness, moving to the catharsis of breathing, on the structured form of asanas, and then… an all-enveloping, formless silence.
A signature method of Qi Yo is the Vibrational INTRO REMEDY – a gong based energetic, vibrational cleansing that awakens immediate insight, while filtering impurities from the subtle body, stimulating the endocrine system, activating meridian points, and promoting better circulation and enhanced energy flow.
A combined chanting and meditation closes the session allowing each practitioner to unleash the body’s wisdom, awakening subtle awareness, balance and inner peace.
The Key Qi-Yo mantras are:
Om Sang Perama Kawi
Titiang Nunas Ice Ring
Ring Bapan Titiang
Ring Guru Pengaijan Muah Catur Sanak Limang Pancer I Angapatti I Merrapatti I Banas Pati and
I Banaspatti Raja
Advanced mantras, including personal mantras, are given to students upon initiation.
Qi-Yo begins with the formlessness of energetic alignment and then adds a warming blend of basic Chinese Qi-Gong and Tai-Chi, called chi-mnastics, which incorporates invigorating, but subtle movements. This introduction serves as a tuning in to the practice, drawing a line between the you before and the you during and after Qi-Yo practice. The movements are free-form and can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or physical condition, anywhere. They are rooted in the formless nature of the Tao.
These movements are the gateway that initiates practitioners into the world of subtle energies, cleansing practitioners of the patterns of every day life.