Mudras are described as hand positions, which are usually formed by both the hand and the fingers. Along with āsanas (‘seated postures’), they are employed statically in meditation and each area of the hand has a reflex reaction in a specific part of the brain. A Mudra locks and guides energy flow and reflexes to the brain.
Yoga, which is unlike any other form of exercise, helps one connect with your inner self and to slowly uncover it. Our inner selves are in a perpetual blissful state and yoga can help us reach there. Yoga instructors suggest that good results can be observed when yoga mudras are performed daily, over an extended period. Many of these include a level of meditation, a practice known to reduce stress and anxiety.
This course will cover Hand Mudra Yoga Therapy as a whole and enable you to practice the methods and techniques to deal with common conditions.
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Once the course is successfully completed, the learners get awarded the certificate of completion for ‘Certification in Hand Mudra - Level 3 by iAP’.
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|1. Fundamentals Of Hand Mudra|
|1.1. Programme overview||FREE||00:02:00|
|1.2. Basics of mudras||FREE||00:08:00|
|1.3. Basics of kundalini||FREE||00:04:00|
|1.4. Basics of chakras||FREE||00:09:00|
|2. Basic Hand Mudras|
|2.1. Vaayu mudra – mudra of air||00:02:00|
|2.2. Buddhi mudra – mudra of mental clarity||00:01:00|
|2.3. Shunya mudra – mudra of emptiness||00:01:00|
|2.4. Apana mudra – mudra of digestion||00:01:00|
|2.5. Surya mudra – mudra of the sun||00:01:00|
|2.6. Ruksha mudra – mudra of dryness||00:01:00|
|2.7. Ushas mudra – mudra of dawn||00:01:00|
|2.8. Akash mudra – mudra of the sky||00:01:00|
|2.9. Prithvi mudra – mudra of earth||00:01:00|
|2.10. Anjali mudra – mudra of prayer||00:01:00|
|3. Advances Hand Mudras|
|3.1. Root chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.2. Sacral chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.3. Solar plexus chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.4. Heart chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.5. Throat chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.6. Brow or third eye chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.7. Crown chakra mudra||00:01:00|
|3.8. Varun mudra – mudra of rain||00:01:00|
|3.9. Apana vayu mudra – mudra of the heart||00:01:00|
|3.10. Dhyana mudra – mudra of meditation||00:01:00|
|3.11. Linga mudra – mudra of heat||00:01:00|
|3.12. Prana mudra – mudra of life||00:01:00|
|3.13. Hand mudras for common ailments|
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