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DhyanYoga is a community for people to meet to Meditate, Enhance Spiritual Growth, Practice Yoga, Strengthen Mind-Body Wellness, & to Celebrate Life in it's Fullness.

At DhyanYoga, we gather to Meditate, Practice Yoga, Chant, Dance, Kirtan, Relax and embrace all the colors of the rainbow which make our inner and outer life richer.

The vision of DhyanYoga and the approach towards inner spiritual growth is inspired by spiritual master Osho. We hold a variety of classes and events on Meditation, Yoga, Kundalini, Mindfulness, Tantra, Chakras, Breathwork, Kirtan, Chanting, Dancing, Sufism, Zen, and more..

DhyanYoga is a Non-profit Organization and offers everything on a contribution/donation basis.

Upcoming events (4+)

Hatha Yoga (Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation)

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Invitation to Join Hatha Yoga Class
Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation!!

Monday to Saturday - Morning 6-8 with Swami Anam

Sunday - 6:30AM - 9:30AM.

Pranayama is one of the 8 limbs (stages or aspects) of Yoga. "Prana" is the Vital Life Force within us and "ayama" means to regulate. Prana flows through thousands of energy channels (nadis) and energy centers (chakras) in our bodies. Pranayama is the regulation of the prana using the breath.
Pranayama, the control of Prana, has tremendous benefits. The overall benefits derived from a regular practice of Pranayama greatly outweigh those derived from any other form of physical exercise, including Yoga asanas (postures). This is due to the fact that the Pranayama exercises focus on the balancing, strengthening, and cleansing of the internal organs. The main function is to eliminate excess carbon dioxide from the body and provide a rich supply of oxygen to the blood. Which in turn invigorates the cells and tissues in our bodies.

This two hours practice class is a great opportunity for you to have a truly invigorating and rejuvenating experience!

You will learn the basics of proper breathing, Pranayama (Kapal-bhati and Anuloma-Viloma); Asanas, and Meditation

Regular practice of Pranayama, Asana, and Meditation helps to:

*Improve focus and concentration
*Increases the Prana (the vital energy) in the body and brings the higher holistic state of healthier well-being.
*Prepare the climate on physical, mental, emotional and energy levels for meditation to happen.
*Reduce stress Become more energetic, enthusiastic, and positive.
*Bring harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
*Become healthier physically, mentally, and spiritually.
*Experience more confidence.
*Improve interpersonal skills.
*Prepare the body and mind for meditation.
*Pranayama brings more prana to the being and it brings a space of tranquility and equilibrium
*Bring more oxygen goes to the bloodstream and draw out more CO2 and other waste products from the blood thus purifying the blood and renewing body tissues.
*Strengthens and improves lung capacity and intercostal muscles (the muscles located right below the rib cage, which aids in breathing).

Caution
Some of the exercises are intense. This course is not recommended for those who have had recent surgery or have any types of heart conditions. It is also not recommended if you are currently suffering from Hernia. High Blood Pressure, if not under control, may also limit your participation. On the other hand, some of the exercises are in fact beneficial for High BP sufferers. As always, if you are not sure, please consult with your physician before participating in the course.

Hatha Yoga (Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation)

Needs a location

Invitation to Join Hatha Yoga Class
Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation!!

Monday to Saturday - Morning 6-8 with Swami Anam

Sunday - 6:30AM - 9:30AM.

Pranayama is one of the 8 limbs (stages or aspects) of Yoga. "Prana" is the Vital Life Force within us and "ayama" means to regulate. Prana flows through thousands of energy channels (nadis) and energy centers (chakras) in our bodies. Pranayama is the regulation of the prana using the breath.
Pranayama, the control of Prana, has tremendous benefits. The overall benefits derived from a regular practice of Pranayama greatly outweigh those derived from any other form of physical exercise, including Yoga asanas (postures). This is due to the fact that the Pranayama exercises focus on the balancing, strengthening, and cleansing of the internal organs. The main function is to eliminate excess carbon dioxide from the body and provide a rich supply of oxygen to the blood. Which in turn invigorates the cells and tissues in our bodies.

This two hours practice class is a great opportunity for you to have a truly invigorating and rejuvenating experience!

You will learn the basics of proper breathing, Pranayama (Kapal-bhati and Anuloma-Viloma); Asanas, and Meditation

Regular practice of Pranayama, Asana, and Meditation helps to:

*Improve focus and concentration
*Increases the Prana (the vital energy) in the body and brings the higher holistic state of healthier well-being.
*Prepare the climate on physical, mental, emotional and energy levels for meditation to happen.
*Reduce stress Become more energetic, enthusiastic, and positive.
*Bring harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
*Become healthier physically, mentally, and spiritually.
*Experience more confidence.
*Improve interpersonal skills.
*Prepare the body and mind for meditation.
*Pranayama brings more prana to the being and it brings a space of tranquility and equilibrium
*Bring more oxygen goes to the bloodstream and draw out more CO2 and other waste products from the blood thus purifying the blood and renewing body tissues.
*Strengthens and improves lung capacity and intercostal muscles (the muscles located right below the rib cage, which aids in breathing).

Caution
Some of the exercises are intense. This course is not recommended for those who have had recent surgery or have any types of heart conditions. It is also not recommended if you are currently suffering from Hernia. High Blood Pressure, if not under control, may also limit your participation. On the other hand, some of the exercises are in fact beneficial for High BP sufferers. As always, if you are not sure, please consult with your physician before participating in the course.

Hatha Yoga (Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation)

Needs a location

Invitation to Join Hatha Yoga Class
Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation!!

Monday to Saturday - Morning 6-8 with Swami Anam

Sunday - 6:30AM - 9:30AM.

Pranayama is one of the 8 limbs (stages or aspects) of Yoga. "Prana" is the Vital Life Force within us and "ayama" means to regulate. Prana flows through thousands of energy channels (nadis) and energy centers (chakras) in our bodies. Pranayama is the regulation of the prana using the breath.
Pranayama, the control of Prana, has tremendous benefits. The overall benefits derived from a regular practice of Pranayama greatly outweigh those derived from any other form of physical exercise, including Yoga asanas (postures). This is due to the fact that the Pranayama exercises focus on the balancing, strengthening, and cleansing of the internal organs. The main function is to eliminate excess carbon dioxide from the body and provide a rich supply of oxygen to the blood. Which in turn invigorates the cells and tissues in our bodies.

This two hours practice class is a great opportunity for you to have a truly invigorating and rejuvenating experience!

You will learn the basics of proper breathing, Pranayama (Kapal-bhati and Anuloma-Viloma); Asanas, and Meditation

Regular practice of Pranayama, Asana, and Meditation helps to:

*Improve focus and concentration
*Increases the Prana (the vital energy) in the body and brings the higher holistic state of healthier well-being.
*Prepare the climate on physical, mental, emotional and energy levels for meditation to happen.
*Reduce stress Become more energetic, enthusiastic, and positive.
*Bring harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
*Become healthier physically, mentally, and spiritually.
*Experience more confidence.
*Improve interpersonal skills.
*Prepare the body and mind for meditation.
*Pranayama brings more prana to the being and it brings a space of tranquility and equilibrium
*Bring more oxygen goes to the bloodstream and draw out more CO2 and other waste products from the blood thus purifying the blood and renewing body tissues.
*Strengthens and improves lung capacity and intercostal muscles (the muscles located right below the rib cage, which aids in breathing).

Caution
Some of the exercises are intense. This course is not recommended for those who have had recent surgery or have any types of heart conditions. It is also not recommended if you are currently suffering from Hernia. High Blood Pressure, if not under control, may also limit your participation. On the other hand, some of the exercises are in fact beneficial for High BP sufferers. As always, if you are not sure, please consult with your physician before participating in the course.

Hatha Yoga (Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation)

Needs a location

Invitation to Join Hatha Yoga Class
Pranayama – Asanas – Meditation!!

Monday to Saturday - Morning 6-8 with Swami Anam

Sunday - 6:30AM - 9:30AM.

Pranayama is one of the 8 limbs (stages or aspects) of Yoga. "Prana" is the Vital Life Force within us and "ayama" means to regulate. Prana flows through thousands of energy channels (nadis) and energy centers (chakras) in our bodies. Pranayama is the regulation of the prana using the breath.
Pranayama, the control of Prana, has tremendous benefits. The overall benefits derived from a regular practice of Pranayama greatly outweigh those derived from any other form of physical exercise, including Yoga asanas (postures). This is due to the fact that the Pranayama exercises focus on the balancing, strengthening, and cleansing of the internal organs. The main function is to eliminate excess carbon dioxide from the body and provide a rich supply of oxygen to the blood. Which in turn invigorates the cells and tissues in our bodies.

This two hours practice class is a great opportunity for you to have a truly invigorating and rejuvenating experience!

You will learn the basics of proper breathing, Pranayama (Kapal-bhati and Anuloma-Viloma); Asanas, and Meditation

Regular practice of Pranayama, Asana, and Meditation helps to:

*Improve focus and concentration
*Increases the Prana (the vital energy) in the body and brings the higher holistic state of healthier well-being.
*Prepare the climate on physical, mental, emotional and energy levels for meditation to happen.
*Reduce stress Become more energetic, enthusiastic, and positive.
*Bring harmony between mind, body, and spirit.
*Become healthier physically, mentally, and spiritually.
*Experience more confidence.
*Improve interpersonal skills.
*Prepare the body and mind for meditation.
*Pranayama brings more prana to the being and it brings a space of tranquility and equilibrium
*Bring more oxygen goes to the bloodstream and draw out more CO2 and other waste products from the blood thus purifying the blood and renewing body tissues.
*Strengthens and improves lung capacity and intercostal muscles (the muscles located right below the rib cage, which aids in breathing).

Caution
Some of the exercises are intense. This course is not recommended for those who have had recent surgery or have any types of heart conditions. It is also not recommended if you are currently suffering from Hernia. High Blood Pressure, if not under control, may also limit your participation. On the other hand, some of the exercises are in fact beneficial for High BP sufferers. As always, if you are not sure, please consult with your physician before participating in the course.

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