Angamardhana, a fitness system rooted in yoga, offers everyone the opportunity to invigorate the body and reach
peak physical and mental health. “Angamardana” means gaining complete mastery over the limbs, organs, and other parts of the body.
True to its name, this practice revitalizes the body on all levels including the muscles, circulatory system, skeletal structure, nervous system, and the basic energy system.
With exercises carefully selected by Sadhguru to be of universal appeal and application, Angamardhana needs no fitness equipment. It uses only the body and can be practiced anywhere, even during travel.
Regular practice of Angamardana revitalizes the body in many ways:Strengthens the spine, skeletal system, and muscular system
- Builds physical strength, fitness, and tenacity
- Takes years off the body, bringing a sense of lightness and freedom
- Prepares the body for Hatha Yoga
About Isha Yoga
Sadhguru’s vision is to bring the spiritual process into the life of every person on the planet. In this effort, he has created Isha Yoga, a subtle and powerful science. Isha Yoga is structured to promote beneficial changes in one’s inner chemistry to accelerate the release of physical, mental, and emotional blocks and produce a life-transforming impact of profound experience, clarity, and boundless energy. A proven tool for preventive health, Isha Yoga has helped thousands find relief from chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and migraines, as well as from emotional disturbances including depression, anger, and anxiety. In addition, practitioners experience enhanced memory, concentration, and decision‐making abilities.
Primarily through grass‐root initiatives and word‐of‐mouth efforts, Isha Yoga programs have gradually spread around the world over the last three decades, broadening the reach of classical yoga. Sharing Sadhguru’s vision and dedication, hundreds of Isha Yoga practitioners have chosen to become teachers, and have been trained under his direct guidance to teach various processes including Hatha Yoga, Kriya Yoga, meditation and Samyama practices. The universal principles and practices conveyed in Isha Yoga programs have touched and transformed the lives of over 7 million people from all walks of life – from tribal villagers to top‐level executives.