I am Natalie Ananda. This is a yoga self-study site, a library for learning yoga from the beginning, created by International Open Yoga University. All materials here are free. Everything here is friendly and open.
On this site you will find more than 60 kinds, types and sections of yoga from the simplest to the most advanced and difficult to understand. This site also has a Yoga Blog, Yoga Forum and a link to free online yoga courses.
Translation into English is currently underway. Despite this, you can already study articles that have not yet been translated using google translate. See here: Google Translate. Email me: email@example.com
How to start studying here? What to do?
Step 1. Start exploring the articles on this site on your own.
Step 2. Start chatting with like-minded people on our forum. Here...
Step 3. Start systematically learning yoga on Free Online Yoga Courses . Here...
English text – Anastasia Bhargo “Hello. My name is Karani. This is the sixth lecture from the cycle of relations between men and women[s] from a position of yoga. We analyze general theory. Today we’ll talk about the mechanism of Read more
Nidra yoga is a practice in a state of complete relaxation. We will gradually relax at different levels: our physical body, calm our breath and emotions, come into a state of carelessness and inner peace. We will work with the Read more
A study plan for yoga offers many advantages, maximizing our ability to effectively utilize our own resources for self-exploration. In this article we will try to answer such questions as: What are the key factors for successful learning? How to Read more
I am Elena Rudakova, a certified teacher of Open Yoga. I have been practicing yoga for more than 15 years, my teaching experience is more than 8 years. Now I am a graduate student, a curator of study groups, a Read more
We commit ourselves to self-development and make ambitious plans, but sometimes there are unforeseen situations in our life when something happens and changes our normal routine. We come across different barriers to the practice of yoga, from the physical disorder Read more