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3 Ways to Activate Muscle Energy

Anusara Yoga’s 2nd Universal Principle of Alignment – Muscle Energy – may help you draw from periphery to core. Activate Muscular Energy through a Mental Map Anusara Yoga’s 2nd Universal Principle of Alignment (UPA) is Muscular Energy. As a hallmark of Anusara’s methodology, UPA’s help us connect with all parts of ourselves through our appendages […]

Yoga Class Themes

Precious Gift of Theming In Anusara yoga, we are known for an incredible methodology of teaching safe and effective pose alignment. We are also blessed with the “precious gift of theming.”  Licensed teachers are required to demonstrate proficiency in creating evocative yoga class themes that accentuate a positive heart quality, such as couragejoygratitude. Anusara teachers […]

6 Easy Ways to Connect with the Divine Feminine

Anusara Yoga recognizes the sacredness of divine masculine and feminine attributes. Divine Feminine Meaning As we explore easy ways to connect with the divine feminine, there’s value in establishing meaning. Here’s a few widely accepted definitions. divine – of, from, or like God or a god; excellent, delightful feminine – having qualities or appearance traditionally […]

8 Ways to Open to Grace

Gain practical ways to step into the flow of Grace with these easy actions. Open to Grace is Anusara Yoga’s First Principle in its Universal Principles of Alignment. Often tasks on the spiritual path may seem elusive, burdensome, or require us to retreat or get away in order to access the experience of inner / […]

How to Prepare to Chant the Anusara Invocation

Learn “how to prepare” when leading or participating in the Anusara Invocation. Chanting the Anusara Invocation Anusara yoga classes, workshops, and gatherings often begin with a centering. Learn how to prepare to chant the Anusara Invocation. Just like when we begin any endeavor, it’s nice to prepare – whether we are participating or leading. Begin […]

The 7 Loops in Chinese

Chen Ya has graciously shared a diagram of the Seven Loops in Chinese with us, and we wanted to make sure you had access to it as well. Did you know Chen Ya has hosted a total of 101 Kula practices for 1,018 students since January 2021! Wow! That is amazing!