Situated in Mysuru, the Yoga Capital of the world, Prana Vashya Yoga Shala aims to bring balance and control to the mind and the body using breath as a tool.
Breath, Body and Mind are the three cornerstones of practicing yoga at Prana Vashya Yoga Shala. The Shala focuses on supporting students and practitioners of Yoga across all levels and helping the understand the importance of breathing. Breathing that supports the practitioner get into the correct posture which in turn also leads to healing. Prana Vashya is considered the new school of Yoga by the many students and practitioners who frequent the Shala from all over the world.
Prana Vashya Yoga Shala aims to regulate the balance in between the mind and the body using the breath as its tool. With constant and relevant connection between the mind and the body an individual can develop a capacity to relax the mind through the mind’s Pranic power. This Pranic power or force also helps in healing the body. It is with the intention the dynamic approach as introduced at Prana Vashya Yoga Shala.
Located in a prime and popular Gokulam area in Mysuru, the known as the Yoga capital of the world and known for its architecture, the Prana Vashya Yoga Shala has become a hub of learning Yoga for students who aim to practice yoga as a way of living. Prana Vashya Yoga Shala is run by Yogacharya Vinay Kumar M P, who is an exponent of the self-developed Prana Vashya Vinyasa. Prana means breath and Vashya means control.
Over 20 years the Shala has imparted knowledge about Yoga to thousands of practitioners. Students and practitioners from different parts of the world come here seeking knowledge about Yoga for various requirements such as therapies to advanced Yogasana positions and have found their answers under the experienced guidance of Yogacharya Vinay Kumar. This sharing of knowledge can also be attributed to Vinay Kumar’s approach of understanding different requirements of individuals and hence he limits the class size to not more than 15 seekers per batch. Practice and self-realization are the key focus areas at the Shala.
Prana Vashya Vinayasa Krama is the new method of practice which offers equilibrium in terms of flexibility and strength to the practitioners which helps in the anterior, posterior, diagonal and transverse lines simultaneously while maintaining the dynamic approach.