This blog is essentially 'sleeping'.

I've deleted or returned to draft 80% of the blog, gone are most, if not all, of the videos I posted of Pattabhi Jois, gone are most of the posts regarding my own practice as well as most of my practice videos in YouTube, other than those linked to my Vinyasa Yoga Practice Book).

Mostly I've just retained the 'Research' posts, those relating to Krishnamacharya in particular.

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Thursday, 30 August 2012

The 'Original' Ashtanga yoga Syllabus given to Nancy Gilgoff and David Williams by Sri K Pattabhi Jois in 1974 Mysore

The 'Original' Ashtanga yoga Syllabus given to Nancy Gilgoff and David Williams by Sri K Pattabhi Jois in 1974 Mysore

"In fact, David and I had no idea that there were two separate series until the end of that first four-month trip, when we were leaving, at which point Guruji gave us a sheet of paper with a list of the postures, which were listed as Primary, Intermediate, Advanced A, and Advanced B. At this point he told us to practice one series a day, and only once a day".
 from Ashtanga Yoga as it was (The long and the short of it )  Nancy Gilgoff





many thanks to Anon for passing it along and especially to Nancy for giving permission to post it this morning and share with the community at large.

Available as pfd download from googledocs
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B7JXC_g3qGlWRzZWOUltVnh3RFU

See my earlier blog post on Nancy's article
http://grimmly2007.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/dear-nancy-yoga-as-it-was-nancy-gilgoff.html

also here
http://grimmly2007.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/dear-nancy-breath-in-73.html

and here
http://grimmly2007.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/dear-nancy-head-updown-jalandhara.html

Saturday, 25 August 2012

BNS Iyengar ( the other Iyengar, the Ashtanga one) Ashtanga in Mysore?

Is it something to do with the time of year that makes ones mind turn to India, to Mysore (or Chennai). Perhaps it's practicing regular (pretty much) Ashtanga in the morning again (although still Vinyasa Krama in the evening) that's making it ever more tempting.

AYRI may not be my thing (too busy now for my liking, sorry) but I've have started to think about seeking to study with BNS Iyengar (the other Iyengar, the Ashtanga one - Biography below).

http://www.joelondonyoga.com/Joelondon/BNS_IYENGAR.html
Gregor Maehle mentions that he studied pranayama with him for some time, and at the bottom of this post are links to cheat sheets of his Asana series, very similar to structure of the Ashtanga series we're  familiar with.

He also teaches mudra.

But perhaps what's most tempting for me is seeing the pictures of his shala, the black & white pictures from a long time ago and the more recent picture, hardly seems to have changed a bit and reminds me of pictures of Pattabhi Jois' 'old shala'.




BNS Iyengar Biography from the official BNS Iyengar  website

Hemmige Agrahara is a small village situated on the banks of the Sacred River Cauvery, to the western side of Srirangapattana (first and former capital of the Wodiyar Kings) before the River turns eastwards. This stretch of the river is called ‘Paschima Vahini’ (western flow). Hemmige Agrahara is a holy place as it is considered an abode of, with magnificently beautiful temples dedicated to, Lord Varadaraja Swamy and his consort Poornadevi. Hemmige Agrahara is also a learned hamlet, as its residents there devote all their time and energy to preserving the long traditions of devotion, knowledge and above all, to the value of education.

It is in this holy place that Sri B.N.Sundaraja Iyengar was born, the second son of Sri L. Narasimha Iyengar and Smt Chokkamma, on the 19th of September 1927, on Kaarteeka Bahula Dwadashshi day of Pravhava Naama Samvatsara. (The twelfth day of ascendancy of the moon in Kartheeka, month of Prabhava Sumvatsara) His education began in the village of Balladere. Balladere Narasimha Sundaraja (BNS) Iyengar has brought fame to his Holy Birthplace by reaching the pinnacle of glory in Yoga.

An exponent of Yoga

When he was just entering his teens Sundaraja Iyengar happened to meet a Yoga expert of renown who recognised a growing talent in the young boy and took him under his tutelage. Here he drank the ocean of Yoga knowledge in twelve years of hard and rigorous practice and came to understand the wealth of Divine Education.

By the age of twenty five BNS Iyengar was a Master of Yoga. He also passed his Degree Examination in Science (B.Sc. 1951) at Mysore University.

Later he joined Maharaja’s Samskruta Patashala (Sanskrit School) in Mysore and studied Saanga Yoga Vidya (a chronological study of Yoga). This is not an achievement that can be easily attained, it needs years of commitment and dedication. Sundaraja Iyengar was fortunate to acquire the guidance of Vidwan T. Krishnamacharya and Yogasanavisharada.
Vidwan P. Jois. Under their watchful eyes and with devoted study he attained mastery in not only Yoga but also in Veda, Upanishad, Patanjali Yoga shastra and sutras. After completing his yoga studies he educated himself in the Bahgvad Gita and especially in Saanga Saahitya (formal education in Sanskrit literature). He has travelled across India and has been invited to seminars in Italy and UK to spread the knowledge of yoga.

On the 18th of April 1984, BNS Iyengar started a School of Yoga at the Parakala Mutt in Mysore. Sri Patanjala Yogashala was inaugurated by Vidwan Sri K Pattabhi Jois. In 1985 the head of the Mutt Sri Sri Swamy Ramunuja, conferred on him the title of Yogavisharada in the presence of Sri Srikantadatta Narasimaraja Wadiyar, scion of the erstwhile and ancient Royal Wadiyan Dynasty of Mysore .

The yoga shala was running under the grace and blessings of the swamyjis. Sundaraja Iyengar is well versed in yoga related ayurveda, astrology and musicology. He has also mastered vinyasa vidya (astanga yoga knowledge) and nyasa nidya (philosophical knowledge) which are considered the path to Moksha (Liberation).

Inspired by BNS Iyenga, his students have established yogashalas in many countries. He has been acclaimed for his knowledge and contributions in various books and articles, especially for his teachings in Yoga Philosophy

Disciples of Shree Patanjala Yogashala have competed and earned many trophies in intrastate, interstate & international competitions. Recently, Hemmige Sri Vaishnava Sabha has conferred upon BNS Iyengar the title of Yogaratnakara, Pearl of Yoga.

As we all know yoga is philosophy in practice, science in training and above all, a divine art in demonstration. Sundaraja Iyengar is an embodiment of all the virtues of yoga. A true Master in demonstrating the delicate balance and comfort, grace and poise and the charm and beauty of Divine Knowledge.

BNS Iyengar currently conducts Yoga Research and daily practice in Asana, Pranayama, Yogamudra and Philosophy at Kanchen Home.

See an Interview with BNS Iyengar, 3rd Video below
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And an interview with BNS Iyengar that i was sent recently.



UPDATE: This is interesting BNS Iyengar mentions in the interview above that he studied with Krishnamachrya in 1954. The biographies I have of Krishnamacharya put him in Madras/Chennai at this time. The Mysore Yoga Shala closed in 1950 and Krishnamacharya was invited to Madras, he stayed in a rented room but was soon in enough demand for him to start renting a small flat in the same year. He began to teach more regularly it seems because two of his sons, Srinvasana and Sribhashyam moved to Madras to join him and assist in the teaching. In September 1952 Krishnamacharya was appointed lecturer at the Vivikananda college and in 1956 he moved into a larger apartment whereupon  his wife and the rest of his family joined him.

This suggests that Krishnamacharya was travelling back and forth between Madras and Mysore at the time BNS Iyengar mentions he was studying with him, even allowing for his memory putting him a year or two out.
How long/often did BNS Iyengar actually study with Krishnamacharya and were these in a one to one setting or in group classes, more interestingly what was the structure of the lessons, how close or how far from the Ashtanga Series that Pattabhi Jois was teaching and that BNS Iyengar went on to teach himself. Or where the studies Bns Iyengar had with krishnamacharya mainly theoretical, lectures on particular texts.
Has anyone attended any of BNS Iyengar's classes or workshops? I hear the one in May 2014 had a Q and A session at the end of each day, can anyone shine a light on any of the above questions?




BNS Iyengar Ashtanga series 1 and 2 cheat sheets.

http://www.ashtangayoga.info/fileadmin/downloads/cheatsheet/06-Ashtanga-Yoga-Series1-Iyengar.pdf

http://www.ashtangayoga.info/fileadmin/downloads/cheatsheet/07-Ashtanga-Yoga-Series2-Iyengar.pdf

another layout here

http://www.joelondonyoga.com/Joelondon/ASANA.html

And a link to a blog writing about the blogger's time studying with BNS Iyengar

http://leavingstressbehind.wordpress.com/2012/08/05/ashtanga-vinyasa-with-bns-iyengar-the-lost-asana/

Update.

Nice to hear  from Marco Pino yesterday with a link to his interview.

https://www.path2yoga.net/2015/04/interview-bns-iyengar-ashtanga-yoga-teacher-mysore.html

Friday, 24 August 2012

Krishnamacharya in Colour also Richard Freeman and Pattabhi Jois, Jnana Mudra & utpluthi

I just watched the Krishnamacharya video that I tacked on the end of this mornings padmasana post.


This morning I'd assumed it was the regular B&W 1938 documentary but this is a different version. There seems to be some extra scenes and best of all part of it is in colour.






Really quite wonderful

The soundtrack is the Hanuman Chalisa by Bhagavan Das.



I checked the channel and it's uploaded by Robert Byrnes, that name is familiar, help me out.

He also has a better print and longer version of the scene where Pattabhi Jois guides Richard Freeman in the breath "...in Padmasana with Jnana Mudra in which he performs only ten full inhalations and ten full exhalations in the span of about three and a half minutes, followed by Utpluthih for ten shorter breaths".

This one is from mauiyoga.com part of the advanced series dvd I believe, 1989 and part of the Sewell archive,posted by Robert

Richard Freeman 5 day workshop London Aug-Sept 2012


from the YouTube video description
'Sri K. Pattabhi Jois leads Richard Freeman (and others) through third series and part of fourth series in Encinitas, California, 1989. Near the end of the finishing sequence, we find Richard in Padmasana with Jnana Mudra in which he performs only ten full inhalations and ten full exhalations in the span of about three and a half minutes, followed by Utpluthih for ten shorter breaths'

A reminder that I'm attending a five day workshop with Richard in London at the end of the month. I just checked the website and it seems like there are still places

See my earlier post for details

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from Kalama sutra, translation from the Pali by Bhikkhu Bodhi This blog included.

"So, as I said, Kalamas: 'Don't go by reports, by legends, by traditions, by scripture, by logical conjecture, by inference, by analogies, by agreement through pondering views, by probability, or by the thought, "This contemplative is our teacher." When you know for yourselves that, "These qualities are unskillful; these qualities are blameworthy; these qualities are criticized by the wise; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to harm & to suffering" — then you should abandon them.' Thus was it said. And in reference to this was it said.

"Now, Kalamas, don't go by reports, by legends, by traditions, by scripture, by logical conjecture, by inference, by analogies, by agreement through pondering views, by probability, or by the thought, 'This contemplative is our teacher.' When you know for yourselves that, 'These qualities are skillful; these qualities are blameless; these qualities are praised by the wise; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to welfare & to happiness' — then you should enter & remain in them. Buddha - Kalama Sutta

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