Ghosh yoga has many similarities with Bikram yoga. In fact, Bikram is derived from Ghosh. They share goals of health in the body and stillness of the mind.
It is a 60 minute class in a room heated to 30 degrees centigrade. Ghosh yoga incorporates breathing, stretching and warming up exercises followed by traditional longer asanas building unity between the physical body and mind.
Traditional yoga in India was given as a uniquely curated prescription to aid in healing and recovery from ailments – chronic and acute. As such it is a course of exercises, breathing exercises and asanas designed for the individual and their health issues. In the Ghosh class you will carry out breathing and exercises to build unity between the physical body and mind and optimal health and vitality.
If I already do Bikram yoga, is there any advantage to also doing Ghosh?
- If you practice Bikram and want to improve your Bikram practice, this class will take you through the basic building blocks to some of the asanas in Bikram, and thus will improve your Bikram practice.
- If you practice Bikram yoga and you love it (or hate it but know you need it haha) keep doing it!
- If you would like to explore Ghosh yoga to feel what happens in your body give it a go.
Who is Ghosh yoga for?
It is for everyone.
Is it harder than Bikram Yoga?
As the room is less heated, and the class is shorter, typically a Ghosh class is not as challenging as a Bikram class.
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