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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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Srivatsa Ramaswami Vinyasa Krama Resource page




Srivatsa Ramaswami chanting with his teacher T. Krishnamacharya


Author of The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga and other books based on more than three decades of private study with T. Krishnamacharya, Ramaswami aims to teach yoga much as it was taught to him by the master. This, he says, has been widely done only in more fragmented form, even by other notable teachers who studied under the same guru. Ramaswami emphasizes slow, steady movements and long breaths— so much so that his Vinyasa Krama approach can make some of what is taught internationally as vinyasa yoga, look a bit like like aerobics by comparison. Ramaswami has relocated to the U.S. from Chennai, and he frequently tours in several states, offering workshops and teacher trainings.
See also Ramaswami’s recent article in NamarupaMy Studies With Sri Krishnamacharya.

BOOKS

The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga: The Authoritative Presentation-Based on 30 Years of Direct Study Under the Legendary Yoga Teacher Krishnamacha [Paperback] Srivatsa Ramaswami  (Author)

Sri T. Krishnamacharya (1888–1989) was the most influential figure in the last 100 years in the field of yoga. Many of today's best-known yoga teachers—including his brother-in-law B. K. S. Iyengar, his son T. K. V. Desikachar, and Pattabhi Jois, founder of Ashtanga yoga—studied with him and modeled their own yoga styles after his practice and teaching. Yet, despite his renowned status, Krishnamacharya's wisdom has never before been made completely available, just as he taught it. Now, in The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga, Srivatsa Ramaswami—Krishnamacharya's longest-standing student outside his own family—presents his master's teachings of yogasanas in unprecedented detail. Drawing upon his 33 years of direct study, beginning in 1955 and continuing nearly until his teacher's death, Ramaswami presents more than nine hundred poses and variations in logically structured sequences, precisely describing Krishnamacharya's complete Vinyasakrama system. Along with every movement of each yoga posture, he covers the proper breathing techniques for each pose—something no other book also derived from Krishnamacharya's teaching does. Nearly 1,000 full-color photographs are featured in this authoritative landmark presentation of the study practiced by the "grandfather of modern yoga."


Ramaswami has been busy while I've been away in Crete and working on the transcripts of the Q and A from Manju's course. There are the Slide shows made up of the pictures from his book The complete book of Vinyasa Yoga as well as some chants including all four chapters of the Yoga Sutras and 10 vedic peace chants.. Also the excellent two part talk, "Linking Asana, Pranayama and Meditation.

Here are the Vinyasa krama sequence slideshows, will add the others if and when Ramaswami posts them
  



  



  Yoga for the Three Stages of Life: Developing Your Practice As an Art Form, a Physical Therapy, and a Guiding Philosophy [Paperback]
Srivatsa Ramaswami (Author)

Essential reading for those looking to customize their practice to life's changing needs.
• Includes sections on vedic chanting, throat breathing, and exercises for women.
• Presents a unique portrait of  T. Krishnamacharya and his teachings.


For 33 years Ramaswami studied with the legendary T. Krishnamacharya, teacher of B.K.S. Iyengar, Pattabhi Jois, and T.K.V. Desikachar and perhaps the most influential figure in the field of yoga in the last 100 years. Since that time he has developed Krishnamacharya's teaching into what may be the most highly evolved program available for making yoga a way of life, rather than simply a routine. In seventeen chapters Ramaswami lays out the whole philosophy of yoga, including principles for right living, postures, breathing practices, meditation practices, and mental disciplines.

Key to Ramaswami's teaching is the focus on adapting yoga to individual needs and to different stages of life. During the early part of life, learning yoga as a physical art form is most beneficial for the self-confidence and discipline it instills. In middle age, yoga should focus on physical therapy and maintaining optimum health as far into life as possible. In the last stages of life, the practitioner will be ready to focus on the ultimate goal of yoga--true understanding of the philosophy behind it and the realization of truth.


Yoga Beneath the Surface: An American Student and His Indian Teacher Discuss Yoga Philosophy and Practice [Paperback]
Srivatsa Ramaswami (Author), David Hurwitz (Author)
In The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga Srivatsa Ramaswami presented the full breadth of yogasana teachings as taught by Sri. T. Krishnamacharya (1888–1989) — the father of modern yoga. Now, for the first time, Ramaswami imparts his vast yoga experience and knowledge of Krishnamachara's distinct vinyasa krama system in an accessible question-and-answer format with experienced California yogi David Hurwitz. In a beautifully clear and conversational style, Ramaswami and Hurwitz delve deeply into various general and specific topics relating to yoga philosophy and practice, shedding light on even the most confusing concepts. The nearly 240 questions are drawn directly from Hurwitz's private study with Ramaswami, and include: Does yoga lead to happiness? How do we achieve the famous ahimsa (non-violence)? How does the yogi "see" his soul? What is the role of breath in Asana? Where does willpower come in? and Was Krishnamacharya happy? Yoga Beneath the Surface is the next best thing to studying directly with one of yoga's true gurus — and a must-read for every serious yoga student.

The Basic Tenets of Patanjala Yoga by Srivastsa Ramaswami (Cambridge Yoga publications).
Ramaswami has been a student of Prof. Krishnamacharya for over two decades in the theory and practice of Yoga. Apart from Yogasanas and Pranayama, he has studied yoga texts such as Patanjala Yogasutras, Samkhya Karika, Hathayoga- pradipika. UpanishadsasChandogya,Taithiriya, Svetasvatara,Isavasya,the Gita etc., adhyayana(chanting) of the whole of Taithiriya Aranyaka of Yajur Veda and Upanishads, Mantraprasanam etc., all from the Acharya. He has also had yoga lessonsfrom Sri T. K. V. Desikachar, and has written a seriesof articles on Yoga, and also contributed to a few journals. S. Ramaswami holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Oklahoma State University, and has had teaching experiencein Indian universities. He has been teaching yoga practice and also the texts for over fiveyears.


A Brief Introduction to Yoga Philosophy: Based on the Lectures of Srivatsa Ramaswami [Paperback]
David Hurwitz (Author), Srivatsa Ramaswami (Contributor)

This is a brief guide to the Yoga Sutras of Patañjali. It is brief by way of being practical. After stating the goal of Yoga, it is basically an exposition of the eight limbs of Yoga Patañjali gives in Chapter two and the beginning of Chapter three of his Yoga Sutras.




Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras: Based on the Teaching of Srivatsa Ramaswami by Pam Hoxsey
Book and CD by Pam Hoxsey
Local author and yogi, Pam Hoxsey, learned to chant the Yoga Sutras from Srivatsa Ramaswami, who learned them from his teacher. T. Krishnamacharya. They met one-on-one for two hours each morning in two-week intervals, repeated over three years. They chanted the sutras, and then Ramaswami would discuss their meanings. This book--and the CD--is the result of their meetings together.
This version of the Yoga Sutras is comprehensive. Each sutra is written as a phrase, followed by a word-by-word translation, and then a summary of its meaning. In addition, a “tacit question” is often proposed to suggest what topic is being explained. Sometimes there are additional short “notes” to further aid in understanding.
At the end of the book is Ramaswami’s handwritten Sanskrit, followed by the chant phrases written in English with red and blue markings to indicate where the pitch goes up and down. And then there’s the CD by Pam, who has a beautiful voice, chanting the sutras. So you can both read the Yoga Sutras and learn to chant them as they were originally chanted and passed on through the centuries before Patanjali wrote them down.
You can order the book directly from Pam by calling 847.328.4246.

VINYASA YOGA HOME PRACTICE BOOK [Kindle Edition] Anthony Hall (Author)

A Home Practice Book and stand-alone companion to Srivatsa Ramaswami's Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga (Ramaswami was a student of Krishnamacharya for over 30 years ).

This edition, over 350 page, includes Guidelines, Practice Notes and practice Sheets for 10 categories of postures; On your feet, Triangle, On one leg, Asymmetric, Seated, Bow, Meditative, Supine, Inverted and lotus as well as Practice notes and sheets for 83 subroutines within those categories.

Includes practice sheets on Pranayama, Pratyahara and meditation with video links to tutorials.

Also Includes video links for all the subroutines and an accompanying video and practice sheet page online.

It is of course NO substitute for Ramaswami's own books, 'The Complete book of Vinyasa Yoga' and 'Yoga for the Three Stages of Life' both of which I've gained renewed respect for in the process of preparing these notes. The Complete book of Vinyasa Yoga lays out the breath for every single movement in and out of every posture, in every subroutine, quite remarkable. The Three Stages of Life goes into such depth that I consider it the best book on yoga I've come across thus far.

This book is dedicated to my teacher, Srivatsa Ramaswami

ARTICLES


MY STUDIES WITH SRI KRISHNAMACHARYA Srivatsa Ramaswami in Namarupa Spring 2007
"WHENEVER úR Å KRISHNAMACHARYA taught me, prayer came first. Classes started with a meditative prayer (dhyána ùloka) to Lord Viüóu for the success of the session, followed by prayers to Lord Hayagràva, the repository of all Vedic knowledge, and to Lord Käüóa. Next would be a prayer appropriate to the topic at hand—to Patañjali if it was a yoga program, to Bádaráyaóa for a program on Brahma Sâtras, to Kapila for a Sáêkhya class, or the appropriate peace chant (ùánti páôha) for upaniüadic vidyás and Vedic chanting programs. There would always be a Pârva-ùánti (beginning peace invocation), and following tradition, class would always end with a peace chant called Uttara-ùánti, normally the surrender ùloka to Lord Náráyaóa found in Viüóu-sahasranáma, and the forgiveness or küamápana-stotra, if it was Vedic chanting class. The way my guru maintained añjali-mudrá while saying the prayer was a point of study. He said that in this mudrá the palms should be slightly cupped while keeping the hands together. There should be a hollow between the palms sufficient to hold an imaginary lotus or your heart in a gesture of loving offering to the dhyeya, the object of your meditation..."

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"My "white House", my home for more than 75 years, my father built in 1942 soon after I was born. Many good things have happened in the house, the birth of my younger sister (1946), the wedding of my elder sister (1953) the birth of my nephew (1955), almost daily puja of my mother and many vedic rituals performed by my father, learning vedic chants.. More importantly Sri Krishnamacharya would come to our house almost everyday for a few years during the later half of 1950's to teach yoga for my family, it was a great blessing. I have the pictures of the house and the yoga room where Sri Krishnamacharya taught attached".






A collection of Early 'Yoga Therapy' Articles on Asana, Pranayama and Yoga Philosophy By Srivatsa Ramaswami , while a Trustee of Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, MADRAS, 

The S Ramaswami downloads shown below are PDF copies of newspaper articles (The Indian Review, in serial form 1977-78 ) printed whilst he was trustee of the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram.



























Newsletter Articles : Srivatsa Ramaswami 2009-2012 (updated monthly)

Ramaswami's Newsletters Vol 1 2009 Collection

January 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami-Triguna

February 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami

March 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami -A “Creative” Hypothesis

April 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami -Vajrasana Story

Sanskrit Chants April 2009

May 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami - Yoga for the heart

June 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami -Vedic Convocation

June 2009 1. SRI PATTABHI JOIS--- 2. Between Death and Birth

July 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami -A Tale of two Bhakti Yogis

August 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami - Head and Shoulders above......

September 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami - Vinyasakrama Practice

October 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami-Svadhyaya and Story of Tirumular

November 2009 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami - Meditating on Meditation

December 2009 from Srivatsa Ramaswami - One legged poses and story of Bhagirata



Ramaswami's Newsletters Vol II 2010

January 2010 Newsletter-One Verse Exposition of Adi Sankara

February 2010 Newsletter From S. Ramaswami--Yoga Nerves

March 2010 Newsletter--T.T Program--Yoga vs Ach..choo

April 2010 Newsletter--Subhashita(Good Saying)

May 2010 Newsletter --Yoga and Bronchial Asthma

June 2010 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami--Chitta Vritti

July 2010 Newsletter From Srivatsa Ramaswami--Story Time

August 2010 Newsletter--2010 VK-TT Program Feedback

September 2010 Newsletter --Yoga Gymnastique

Mid-September 2010 Newsletter--Mr Mark Singleton's Letter

October 2010 Newsletter--Pancha Kosa Vidya

November 2010 Newsletter From S.Ramaswami--Yajnyavalkya

December 2010 Newsletter from Srivatsa Raaswami--Durvasa


Ramaswami's Newsletters 2011 Vol III

January 2011 Newsletter S. Ramaswami - Iswarapranidhana

February 2011 Newsletter-Thus Spake Sri T Krishnamacharya

March 2011 Newsletter from S. Ramaswami—Breath of Yoga

April 2011 Newsletter from S. Ramaswami—Mantra Cover

May 2011 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami-Advaita

June 2011 Newsletter - Statics and Dynamics of Asana

July 2011 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami—Trivikrama

August 2011 Newsletter —Yoga TT Program, What I Learnt.

September 2011 Newsletter—Spinal Exercise, the bottom of It.

October 2011 Newsletter from S. Ramaswami--AVVAIYAR

November 2011 Newsletter from S. Ramaswami—Yoga Joint

December 2011 Newsletter from Srivatsa Ramaswami-Chants


Ramaswami's Newsletters 2012 Vol IV

January 2012 Newsletter — Yoga, Knowing the Unknown

February 2012 Newsletter — Mantra Pranayama

March 2012 Newsletter — Chanting with Sri Krishnamacharya

Mid March 2012 — Message from Sri Krishnamacharya's Daughter -Vinyasakrama Yoga Videos

April 2012 Newsletter — Yoga Sutra Quartet--VK Yoga

May 2012 Newsletter — My Facebook Phase

June 2012 Newsletter — Asana and vinyasa

July 2012 Newsletter - YOGAGATE VISWAMITRA

August 2012 Newsletter — Divine Mother (Sakthi) Chants

October 2012 — Use of Voluntary Breath Control in Asanas

November 2012 Newsletter — Chittavritti,an Illusion

Mid November 2012 Newsletter — An Interview

December 2012 Newsletter — RISHIS

Ramaswami continues to post a newsletter every month see here
https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!forum/vinyasa-krama-announce


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Some mentions in other texts
Tantra Yoga Secrets; Eighteen Transformational lessons to serenity by Mukunda Stiles p322

"Krishnamacharya's student Srivatsa Ramaswami, comments on Sutra I,23: "The end of Spiritual practice is only attained by placing yourself in the Lord (Ishvara)" * Yoga For the Three stages of life, Srivatsa Ramaswami.

Yoga Body: The origins of Modern Posture practice by Dr Mark Singleton p185

" Srivatsa Ramaswami, Who studied with Krishnamacharya for thirty-three years until the letters death in 1989, recalls that when he asked his teacher where he might procure the text of the Yoga Rahasya, he was instructed 'with a chuckle" to contact the Saraswati Mahal library in Tanjore (Ramaswami 2000). The library replied that no such text existed, and Ramaswami, noticing that the slokas recited by krishnamacharya were subject to constant variation, concluded that the work was the "masterpiece of (his) own guru" *Yoga for the Three Stages of Life, Srivatsa Ramaswami

Yoga of the heart: The healing Power of Intimate connection by Mark Whitwell p141

"Other contempory books I can recommend for practical instruction and insights are:
Yoga for the three stages of Life Srivatsa Ramaswami"
Yoga beyond fitness: Getting more than Exercise from an Ancient Spiritual practice by Tom Pilarzyk p18
"Srivatsa Ramaswami, a yogi in the tradition of the great Krishnamacharya, argues that

What you might call Western American yoga has taken on a distinctive character. Yoga, with it's unique approach to physical culture, has to compete with other popular forms of exercise, like gym workouts or even gymnastics. We have 'power yoga' and other similar systems in which considerable exertion is used, like the pumping and jumping in Ashtanga yoga vinyasas a la gymnastic floor exercises. though these were part of the ancient vinyasa yoga, several parameters such as breathing requirements, leaping the heart and breath rate under check, have been passed over in favour of generating excitement".

Teaching yoga: Essential Foundations and Techniques by Mark Stephens p127

" But as Srivatsa Ramaswami (2000, 95-96) points out, pratyahara is of three types, one of which jivana pratyahara refers to the "efforts made by the individual to maintain life and more especially, breathing." The point is to explore asana practice through the steadiness and ease of the breath, continuously connecting the breath with the body and mind.

Yoga for singing: A Developmental tool for technique and performance by Judith R Carman pxiv
"…he (Krishnamacharya) was the teacher of B.K.S. Iyengar, pattabhi joys, Srivatsa Ramaswami, Indra devi, his son T.K.V. Desikachar, and senior student A.G. Mohan. From these master teachers and their students who became master teachers flow most of the main styles of yoga teaching in the world today".

Krishnamacharya His Life and Teachings A.G. Mohan p13

"Although qualified as an industrial engineer, Ramaswami was a stockbroker by profession, a partner in his father's brokerage firm; he served as senior consultant to my project in the mornings and worked for the brokerage firm in the afternoons. Ramaswami was a pleasant, soft-spoken person and we got along well. When I mentioned my interest in spirituality to him he recommended that i attend a lecture by a revered teacher he knew (krishnamacharya). Curious and eager to meet this teacher, i attended the lecture."( in 1971)

Yoga and the Luminous: Patanjali's Spiritual path to Freedom by Prof. Christopher Key Chapple p251

"Krishnamacharya's most prominent disciples include  B.K.S. Iyengar in Pune, his son and grandson T.K.V. Desikachar and Kaustub Desikachar in Chennai, Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, Srivatsa Ramaswami and others".

CHANTS


Here are some traditional chants

  1. Ganapathi.gif Durga Suktham (128kbps MP3)
  2. Ganapathi.gif Yoga Prayer (128kbps MP3)
  3. Ganapathi.gif Learn Pranayama Mantra Chant (128kbps MP3)
  4. Ganapathi.gif Learning 12 Suryanamaskara Mantras (128kbps MP3)
  5. Ganapathi.gif Learning Ganesha Prayer Chant (128kbps MP3)
  6. Ganapathi.gif Learning Gayatri Mantra Chant (128kbps MP3)
  7. Ganapathi.gif Learning Patanjali Prayer Chant (128kbps MP3)
  8. Ganapathi.gif Learning Peace Chant Mantras (128kbps MP3)
  9. Ganapathi.gif Learning Sanskrit Alphabets (128kbps MP3)
  10. Ganapathi.gif Learning to Chant Sivalinga Mantras (128kbps MP3)
  11. Ganapathi.gif Learning to Chant Yoga Sutras Lesson I (128kbps MP3)
  12. Ganapathi.gif Learning to Chant Yoga Sutras Lesson II (128kbps MP3)
  13. Ganapathi.gif Learning to Chant Yoga Sutras Lesson III (128kbps MP3)
  14. Ganapathi.gif Learning to Chant Yoga Sutras Lesson IV (128kbps MP3)
  15. Ganapathi.gif Learning Tryambaka Mantra (128kbps MP3)
  16. Ganapathi.gif Narayana Suktham (128kbps MP3)
  17. Ganapathi.gif Purusha Suktham (128kbps MP3)
  18. Ganapathi.gif Vedic Chant Pravargya (128kbps MP3)
  19. Ganapathi.gif Vedic Convocation Mantras (128kbps MP3)
  20. Ganapathi.gif Learn Ganesha Prayer (128kbps MP3)


List Of Chants in CDs

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Mantra Chants from Srivatsa Ramaswami (Recorded and marketed in India)
Between 1980 and 2000, Srivatsa Ramaswami recorded mainly for 'ÂSangeetha' (Master Recording Company) chanting of several ancient Sanskrit works
  • Prayer - Ganesha Stuthi
  • Pranayamam (Caution: To be learnt & practiced only under expert guidance)
  • Adithya Hrudayam
  • Ganesa Sahasranamam 60 minutes
  • Gayarti and Gayatri Sahasranama
  • Surya Namaskara-Yajur veda 60 minutes
  • Maha Narayana Upanishad-yajur veda ` 60 minutes
  • Indrakshi,Siva Kavacham 20 minutes
  • Rudram-Chamakanm-Yajur Veda 25 minutes
  • Purusha Suktam-Yajur Veda 10 minutes
  • Devi Mahatmyam Vol I 60 minutes
  • Devi Mahatmyam Vol II 60 minutes
  • Devi Mahatmyam Vol III 45 minutes
  • Aswa Medha- Yajur Veda Vol I 60 minutes
  • Aswa Medha -Yajur Veda Vol II 60 minutes
  • Aswa Medha-Yajur Veda Vol III 45 minutes
  • Mooka Panchadasi Vol I 60 minutes
  • Mooka Panchadasi Vol II 60 minutes
  • Mooka Panchadasi Vol III 30 minutes
  • Sundara Kanda from Valmiki Ramayana (2 Voumes MP3 10Hrs)
  • Swadhyaya/Kushmanda-Yajur Veda 45 minutes
  • Taittiriya Upanishad-Yajur Veda 45 minutes
  • Veda Parayana-Chitti sruk-Yajur Veda 45 minutes
  • Patanjali's Yoga Sutra 20 minutes
  • Anjaneya Sahasranamavali
  • Durga Sahasranama
  • Sri Lalita Sahasranama Stotram
  • Siva Sahasranama 45 minutes
  • Hariharaputra Sahasranama 45 minutes
  • Subrahmanya Sahasranama 45 minutes
  • Aditya Hrudayam from Ramayana 10 minutes
  • Sri Raghahavendra Sahasranamavali
  • Sandhya Vandanam 60 minutes
  • Bala Ramayanam ( Ramodantam) 45 minutes


Stotrams


Taittiriya upanishad (krishna yajurveda)

Sri devi mahathmyam

Aditya hrudayam & veda parayanam


Sri ganesha sahasranaamam


Ramayanam - hanuman chalisa


Sandhya vandhanam

Ashwamedha - recital (with achchidra)

Shri vishnu sahasranaamam


Sri lalitha sahasranama stotram & sowbhagya astakam

Mooka panchashathi


Sri raghavendra sahasra namavali


Varuna & suryanamaskaram-yajur veda


Sundara kandam


Indrakshi, sivakavacham & vedic chanting


Mahanarayanopanishad

VEDASARA SIVA SAHASRANAMA STOTRAM


Sahasranamavali


Yoga of patanjali

VINYASA KRAMA VIDEOS. Ramaswami teaching/demonstration on YOUTUBE


INTRODUCTION TO VINYASA KRAMA( inc. my favourite of Ramaswami's chants)



1. inc. HASTA VINYASA (HAND/ARM VARIATIONS)

2. inc. PARSVA BHANGI (SIDE STRETCH)



3. inc. UTTANASANA


4. inc. UTKATASANA


5. inc. MALASANA
6.  inc. PASASANA


7. inc. FULL TADASANA ( on toes)



A series of TV programs of Srivatsa Ramaswami on Vinyasa Krama Yoga in 1980

"During the early 1980s I gave a(n)  8 part series of asanas following
the vinyasakrama with my students from Kalakshetra. Each program was
about 20 mts aired every week under the youth program. Part of it was
asanas and the other part an interview with me which I have deleted in
these videos as they were in Tamil.. My son Badri, 8 or 9 at that time
had recorded it. During my visit to Chennai in Feb, my friends
Srimathy and Ravi of Ashtanga Yoga Chennai and former teachers at KYM
helped to edit it and get portions of the audio replaced with my
Indglish descriptions. The video quality is poor and the audio blank
in the later parts. It was interesting even for me to see how I was
teaching 30 years back. Have a look (at all the 4 videos) if you have
the time and maybe you would like to forward it to a friend or two.
Here are the links
Vinyasa Krama asanas 1980 I      http://youtu.be/vEM_QbH2fdo
VinyasaKrama asanas 1980 II  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKbmT8Ssuho&feature=plcp
VinyasaKrama asanas 1980  III http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjMrVq6HuOw&feature=plcp
VinyasaKrama asanas 1980  IV http://youtu.be/olAhZEBWTr0
For a more complete treatment of Vinyasakrama asanas, maybe you would
like to look at my book “The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga”. Here is
the Amazon link
Find this book on amazon.com"
Srivatsa Ramaswami Oct 2012 Newsletter

I Standing, triangle and some of the meditative series built on virasana and vajrasana


II Supine postures inc. Shoulderstand and some lotus postures


III mostly Bow postures


IV Some Seated and Asymmetric postures

 
"PS. You may also consider watching my videos on this subject 'Yoga and the three Gunas II to V' in my you tube channel. These videos running totally for about an hour contain a talk I gave at Sarah Matah's studio in Los Angeles a few months back". Srivatsa Ramaswami
https://www.youtube.com/user/srivatsaramaswami

    



Two excellent lectures on Linking Asana, Pranayama and meditation, developing an Integrated Yoga practice.





Ramaswami Chanting all fours chapters of the Yoga Sutras.





  



TEACHER TRAINING


SRIVATSA RAMASWAMI’S School of Yoga
200 Hour Vinyasakrama Yoga Program—Registered with Yoga Alliance

Loyola Marymount University
Address: 1 LMU Drive • Los Angeles, CA 90045 • USA

School of Yoga with Srivatsa Ramaswami
200 Hr Teacher Training Program on Vinyasakrama Yoga—Registered with Yoga Alliance.
Subjects:
1. Vinyasakrama Yogasanas (60 hours)
2. Visesha Vinyasas (20 hours)
3. Pranayama (20 hours)
4. Mantras and Meditation (20 hours)
5. Sri Krishnamacharya's Works (20 hours)
6. Yoga Sutras (20 hours).
7. Yoga for Internal Organs (10 hours)
8. Yoga Business and Teaching Methodology (10 hours)
9. Anatomy and Physiology (10 hours)
10. Subtle Anatomy and Chanting (10 hours)
Total: 200 hours



I. Complete Vinyasa Krama Asanas : In this program about 700 Vinyasas woven around several classical postures will be taught in 10 major sequences. Emphasis will also be placed on breath synchronization with the movements so important to Krishnamacharya’s krama or method. Total instruction 60 Hrs
II. Visesha Vinyasa and Viyasakrama : In this practicum, Speacial Vinyasa sequences, like several Sun Salutation methods and other unique sequences will be taught. Adapting Hatha Yoga to individual needs and developing a sustainable, progressive personal yoga practice will also be discussed. Instruction 20 Hrs
III. Pranayama Methods: In this course several Pranayama methods including Nadi Sodhana, Anuloma, Pratiloma, Viloma Ujjayi, Kapalabhati and Bhastrika and Pranayama with mantras will be taught in detail. Several textual references from Hathayoga Pradipika, Yoga Yagnyavalkya and Yoga Upanishads also will be discussed. Also teaching methods of Pranayama. Total Instruction 20 Hrs
IV. Mantras and Meditation: In this program, Mantras as a means of developing the mind towards meditation will be discussed and taught. Several classical mantras including Pranava (Om), Gayatri, Sanskrit alphabets (matruka) mantras will be taught. Introduction to vedic mantras. Total Instruction 20 Hrs
V. Sri T Krishnamacharya’s Works: Even as Sri Krishnamacharya is well known, his works which contain some of his great insights to Yoga are not yet well known. One way to study the Master’s wisdom will be to study his works. In this program, some of his important works especially Yoga Rahasya will be gone through in detail. Yoga Makaranda and his work on Yoga Sutras will also form part of the study. Total Instruction 20 Hrs
VI. Raja Yoga (Yoga Sutra) Studies: Traditionally Yoga Sutras have been the Yogi’s Bible. Sri Krishnamacharya would exhort his students to eschew any practice that may violate or is inconsistent with the teachings and thought process of the Yoga Sutras. It is incumbent on all committed Yogis to take a serious and depth look at the Sutras. In this course all the sutras will be taught with the sutra meaning. Total Instruction 20 Hrs
VII. Yoga for the Internal Organs: In this program, emphasis will be placed on a proper assessment of available yoga techniques to impart health to different parts of the body, especially the internal organs, called the kosas, as the heart (hrdaya kosa), lungs (svasa kosa), stomach (anna kosa) and others . Total Instruction 10 Hrs
VIII. Yoga Business and Teaching Methodology: Practical information on how to get a website, start a newsletter and generate word of mouth will be provided. In the second part of this course methods of teaching different aspects of yoga like asanas, pranayama, meditation, and texts to different groups of people(all ages) will be covered. Total Instruction 10 Hrs
IX. Chanting Yoga Sutras and Subtle Anatomy: This course contains two seperate segments. In the first, participants will be taught the methodology of chanting the Yoga Sutras. Practice of chanting several sutras using the conventional method of "chandas". Total Instruction 10 Hrs
X. Anatomy and Physiology: The class will take an overview of the major bones and muscles of the body. We will look at their location and function and specifically how they can be utilized in various yoga postures. Total Instruction 10 Hrs

Teacher Training Certificate Program in Core Vinyasa Yoga (week-long) and Two Weekend Yoga workshops-- 1. Yoga For Internal Organs and 2. Asanas, Pranayama, Mantras and Meditation

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1 comment:

  1. Thats all I can transcribe from his singing....


    Om Aindnye Karrathanai
    Aanai Muhhattanai
    Indhin Ilampirai
    pundrai Iritranai
    Nanthi Magandhinai
    Nyaanak Kolundhinai
    Pundhil Vaitthadi
    Pottri Hindreneh!!

    Found this meaning online:

    He who has Five hands and the elephants face,
    whose tusk is even as a crescent moon,
    The son of nandi, The flower of wisdom,
    Him I cherish in thought, his feet adore


    Great work... Amazing blog... Thank you

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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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