Tibetan Yantra Yoga

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A Tibetan Buddhist permutation of hatha yoga which is characterised by continuous movement
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Norbu, Namkhai, 2008, Yantra Yoga: The Tibetan Yoga of Movement, Ithaca, NY: SnowLion Publications.
Yantra yoga; the Tibetan yoga of movement; A stainless mirror of jewels; a commentary on Vairocana's The union of the sun and moon yantra.
Further afield there are two-day Tibetan yantra yoga courses at the Kinselling retreat centre at Crickadarn in Powys and Buddist meditation retreats at Pentwyn Manor, Knighton.
Certified yoga instructor Fabio Andrico and professional model Yamila Diaz present Breathe: The Perfect Harmony of Breathing, an instructional DVD about the Tibetan tradition of Yantra Yoga with especial focus on training in techniques of abdominal breathing.
Written by Dzogchen and Tantra master Chogyal Namkhai Norbu, Yantra Yoga: The Tibetan Yoga of Movement is an in-depth study of Yantra Yoga, the Buddhism-influenced line of yoga in parallel to the Hathayoga of Hindu tradition.
A two-volume, 4-DVD set introduces viewers to the full practice and benefits of Tibetan Yantra Yoga. In Tibetan Yoga of Movement: Perfect Rhythm of Life, Level One (2 DVDs, 86 min.