In many ways, the monthly cycles of the moon are related to one’s spiritual growth. Monthly events at Isha make use of this natural phenomenon. Amavasya and Purnima days (new moon and full moon, respectively), in particular, are days of special significance.
“Angamardana” means gaining complete mastery over the limbs, organs, and other parts of the body. True to its name, this practice revitalizes the body on all levels including the muscles, circulatory system, skeletal structure, nervous system, and the basic energy system.
Isha Kriya is a guided meditation by Sadhguru. A simple yet powerful meditation technique for one's inner wellbeing.
Upa Yoga essentially means “sub-yoga” or “pre-yoga”. The program offers a simple yet powerful set of 10 practices that activate the joints, muscles and energy system.