Have you heard your teacher say a pose name in a different language? They were probably speaking in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the classical Indian language still used in yoga to define poses and practices.
Discover the neuroscience behind why mantras make potent additions to your yogic practices, and find one that works best for you.
Searching for a meaningful mantra to use in your practice? Here are four powerful pieces to get you started.
Sanskrit 101 | Yoga teacher Richard Rosen explains four English words that are rooted in Sanskrit.
Remove the intimidation factor from your yoga practice and join yoga teacher Richard Rosen as he teaches you how to pronounce four common Sanskrit words.
Give context to your yoga practice with Sanskrit terminology from yoga teacher Richard Rosen.
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Yoga teacher Sofiah Thom guides a series of five awakening and empowering mudras and mantras. Practice these mudra mantras anytime you need to ground, re-center, and reconnect to your highest Self.
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Ever bumble through chants in class? Here’s your chance to learn the words to classic Sanskrit and Gurmukhi mantras you'll likely encounter again and again.
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