Manju Pattabhi Jois Vedic Chanting & FAQ

Vedic Chanting & FAQ with Manju Pattabhi Jois

“Manju P. Jois is an inspirational teacher,  understanding the western humour and
lifestyle and still teaching in traditional way. His Vedic Chants, Mudra and Pranayama
teachings transform the practice of Asana. The  teacher trainings offer space for many
questions and answers.” – Natasa

Manju Pattabhi Jois teaches the powerful healing elements and techniques that make up the Ashtanga system, including a series of asanas (postures) known as The Primary Series or Yoga Chikitsa (Yoga Healing), as well as Vedic peace chants (Shanthi Mantras).Manju P. Jois uses only the ancient practices,  offering truly authentic guidance for all who wish to  deepen Ashtanga practice and Ashtanga teaching.

About Vedic Chanting

In the Vedas the term “Nada Brahma” means “the world is sound” – Even in modern physics one has been chastened by the observation of gross matter until the discovery of fine particles.

In a foreground of Vedic recitation is the resonance effects of the sounds and less the understanding (mind) of the particular content. In India, the use of Vedic sounds and mantras has a millennia-old tradition. UNESCO declared the Vedic Recitations a World Heritage Site.

Manju Pattabhi Jois Website

Video was made in Rethymno during the Manju Pattabhi Jois Yoga Teacher Training on Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga.

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