Purna YOGA

Body skill is developed but is not the purpose of the practice, as regards static positions or sets of exercises ; the joy of movement and the natural alignment of the body structure is developed , instead of , strenuous effort and muscle pain for any reason , either by force or elongation. In this sense , the development of practical classes is group , however , teaching is personalized .

Consider the following aspects in practice:


Search the Silencing of mind , your goal is to increase attention span and through it full consciousness. "In firm and stable position, we quiet the body , breathing is natural and calms the mind , we see our Peace and Silence Interior. "


Son retrain breathing techniques : increase lung capacity and regain full breath. "You learn different variations
respiratorias con el objeto de aumentar la vitalidad del cuerpo, armonía en las emociones y la calma en la mente…”

  • ASANAS / POSITIONS : Recovered motor skills that the body has the pleasure of movement is discovered.

  • DYNAMIC EXERCISE SERIES : Your goal is the general warming of the body combining and coordinating body movements, breathing and concentration. These series specifically working motor skills , spinal flexibility , elongation of different body segments , Toning musculature , breathing rates , etc.

  • SERIES OF STATIC EXERCISES: Maintaining a posture ( Asana ) a certain amount of time allows us to work more intensely elongation and toning muscles , align the position of the body, increase or decrease the breathing rate , focus on the stillness of the position.

  • RELAXATION : ( Yoga Nidra) You develop body awareness and learn to manage stress and fatigue at key moments. "After the physical exercises , you learn to relax physically and mentally, recovering energy and natural willingness towards life " .


The Purna Yoga Advaita through its deep psychophysical and philosophical knowledge ancestral is a tool of excellence integral human development which gradually delivered to practitioner knowledge and depth about aspects of their own human nature through successive stages , producing a beneficial effect gradual due to its experiential character .


The following practical proposal is based on Method "Purna Yoga" philosophical Advaita School of Yogacharya Eric manquez, a disciple of Sri Swami Muktananda Maharaj. After 22 years of experience as a Master Teacher Trainer and Instructors Purna Yoga (42 practical and 37 yoga teacher) continues the spread of Purna Method Yoga Advaita as a way back to the basics of Yoga, verging on the referents three great masters: Sri Aurobindo Ghose, Purna Advaita; Sri Swami Sivananda Maharaj, Yoga Synthesis; Guru Mahatma Chandra Bala, (Dr. Serge Raynaud de la Ferriere), yogism. The Purna Yoga Advaita is a methodology based on the pure tradition of Yoga East which is in continuous development responding to changing cultural situations and the world. It is humanly transmitted and taught with great care, patience and genuine interest in the practitioner and welfare.

Purna: Fullness, Full, Perfection.

Yoga (Sanskrit "yuj") Union. Advaitic: Nondual

Through constant practice seeks :

  1. Motor possibilities recover the body has and discover the joy of movement ; Improve the vital condition and beauty of the body regaining energy, physical stamina and disease .

  2. Achieve deep relaxation and restful sleep which reduces the harmful stress symptoms ( emotional exhaustion , stress , lack of motivation , fear and anxiety , irritability , digestive disorders, eating , insomnia, among others).

  3. Get greater mental clarity, quieting the mind , increase the power of concentration , and discernment intuitive qualities , improving the ability to respond to different situations of life , work, study and decision -making.

  4. Increase permanently positivity , determination and thus enhancing the reativity . Gaining optimism, security

  5. the character evolve gradually improving self-esteem , emotional stability, emotions and inner confidence , transforming the way we see and interact with the world.

  6. Gradually bring students to greater understanding and spiritual development.

  7. Generate the sense of brotherhood and effective communication with their social environment. "We must become the change we wish to see . "

Mahatma Gandhi.