Nāḍi-Śodhana (नाडिशोधन) is the Sanskrit name for the Ashtanga Intermediate Series and can be translated as “Nerve Cleansing”.
Doors open 15 minutes before class. Please arrive promptly for this led 600am class, no late arrivals once class begins. Traveling students to the shala for drop in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure an open space in the Shala.
Prereq: An established regular consistent Mysore practice, proficient full primary series and established regular intermediate practice to attend this class to ensure and prevent injury and imbalance to your mind and body.
The Ashtanga Intermediate Series is known as Nadi Shodana – meaning Nerve Cleansing. This is because of the multitude of backbends in the series. The backbends encourage and maintain the suppleness of the spine and as well as working on opening the energy channels allowing Prana to flow freely. This series cleans the nerve paths ways of the body with a focus on the spine pelvis and hips. This class is not for beginners, an established ashtanga practice to attend this led intermediate.