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Un étang de lotus dans un ancien temple

Viniyoga is an approach to yoga that focuses on tailoring the practice to the specific needs of each individual.
 

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Adaptability and Individualization

 

Viniyoga emphasizes adapting postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), meditation and mantra recitation exercises to meet the unique needs of each practitioner, taking into account their age, physical condition, abilities and specific goals.

Synchronized breathing

 

Conscious breathing synchronized with movement is a fundamental component of Viniyoga. Practitioners learn to use their breathing to facilitate movement and strengthen the connection between body and mind.

Dynamic and varied sequences

 

Viniyoga sessions often involve fluid and varied sequences of movements, adapted to each individual, aimed at strengthening, stretching and balancing the body while respecting individual limits.

Focus on meditation and mantras

 

In addition to asana and breathing, Viniyoga incorporates meditation practices as well as mantra recitation to help calm the mind, cultivate concentration and promote relaxation.

Well-being goal

 

Viniyoga aims to promote a state of overall well-being by taking into account the physical, mental and emotional aspects of each individual. It also encourages a gentle, non-competitive approach to yoga practice.

 

Viniyoga is therefore distinguished by its adaptive approach, focused on breathing, meditation, the personalization of practices and its commitment to the well-being of each practitioner.

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