What is Anukalana Yoga?

The most natural way to practice Yoga

Anukalana means “Integration” and is an approach to the practice of Yoga and Meditation that relies on the ancient tradition of Tantra integrating elements of disciplines that share its aims and principles.

The Integral and integrated Yoga of Anukalana makes it possible to adapt this discipline to your constitution and personality resulting in a faster way to experience the benefits and the the transformations that these practices can lead when addressed naturally.

Anukalana Yoga is primarily the result of a long work of integration which allowed to regain an extremely fluid practice. The human body is made up of 75/80% of fluid matter and to move it respecting this nature makes it possible to multiply the benefits of asana practice in a fast way.

Anukalana is helping many people like you who seek a genuine and realistic way to practice Yoga, to break through the rigid and confusing schemes of the modern and overcome ancient dogmas, regaining contact with the true origin of the practices thanks to a natural approach.

Investigating the oldest disciplines we discovered that the fluid movement has always been at the base of Indian traditional practices such as Dance (natana), Yoga (asanas and vinyasa), martial arts (yaudha). Using the most recent discoveries in anatomy (studies on the fascia and biomechanics), we developed a practice that respects the body in all its systems and parts and opens the mind naturally thus preparing to meditation.

“Imagine feeling a single pleasant widespread feeling throughout the body at the end of the practice …”

Practicing pratiyahara (withdrawal) at this point becomes easy and natural and transcending the body is easy allowing you to get into the deeper levels of the mind and meditate for long time with ease.

This tendency to the fluidity that our research has shown to be already present in the origins of yoga, was lost when this discipline met with the West and has been influenced by a more “segmented” and less natural way to manage transitions between one position and the other.

Through integration with the principles inspired by other ancient and modern disciplines related to movement, Anukalana now gives you the smoothest, fluid and natural way to practice both maintained positions and transitions. And thanks to this natural way of using the body you will experience immediately a wonderful feeling of integration and a complete absence of tiredness even after the most intense Vinyasa.

Anukalana reveals to you various ways through which you can find out everything there is to know about Yoga and put it into practice in a very natural way without missing anything important.

A smart learning process

Anukalana means Integration and one of the meanings meaning of this term is related to the intelligent way in which the practice of yoga is learned according to this methodical approach.

Every principle of Anukalana is learned in a particular order that allows you to activate in a natural way an interior integration process: for example, once you have learned the first movement principle, and after giving time to this technical aspect to become a ‘habit, we pass to the study of the second movement principle giving time to assimilate it. When this has become a habit and occurs naturally during practice it will tend to integrate spontaneously with the one previously assimilated.

With this method, the process through which the principles of Anukalana take you to find the most natural way to practice Yoga, develops spontaneously. All you have to do is to dedicate sufficient time to the study of the principles in the right sequence and wait for your body and your mind to recognize them as a natural way to move and breathe.

The result is amazing. In fact, thanks to the extensive research that has led us to define the right teaching sequence, the body returns to be fluid, open, light and strong spontaneously and quickly.

To organize the learning process, Anukalana uses a Mandala that allows to have a clear scheme of the sequence in which all the principles should be learned one after the other in a natural way.