Firefly pose Tittibhasana
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Firefly pose Tittibhasana

Afrikanyoga

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Shen The Wheel
Wheel Pose Chakrasana
Greetings,
I’m Elizabeth Kamugisha, an Afrikan Yoga Yogini in training.
This is one of my favorite poses, its of me in Shen The Wheel, also known Upward bow, on top of a life sized adult Elephant.
This was taken last month, November 2013, in Uganda, during my first Afrikan Yoga Intensive with Pablo Imani.
I thought I would share!
Hotep,
Liz
Thank you for your photo submission!

Shen The Wheel

Wheel Pose Chakrasana

Greetings,

I’m Elizabeth Kamugisha, an Afrikan Yoga Yogini in training.

This is one of my favorite poses, its of me in Shen The Wheel, also known Upward bow, on top of a life sized adult Elephant.

This was taken last month, November 2013, in Uganda, during my first Afrikan Yoga Intensive with Pablo Imani.

I thought I would share!

Hotep,

Liz

Thank you for your photo submission!

 Shen The Wheel
Greetings,
I’m Elizabeth Kamugisha, an Afrikan Yoga Yogini in training.
This is one of my favorite poses, its of me in Shen The Wheel, also known Upward bow, on top of a life sized adult Elephant.
This was taken last month, November 2013, in Uganda, during my first Afrikan Yoga Intensive with Pablo Imani.
I thought I would share!
Hotep,
Liz
Thank you Liz for your photo submission!

 Shen The Wheel

Greetings,

I’m Elizabeth Kamugisha, an Afrikan Yoga Yogini in training.

This is one of my favorite poses, its of me in Shen The Wheel, also known Upward bow, on top of a life sized adult Elephant.

This was taken last month, November 2013, in Uganda, during my first Afrikan Yoga Intensive with Pablo Imani.

I thought I would share!

Hotep,

Liz

Thank you Liz for your photo submission!

 Shoulder Stand Sarvangasana
Pablo Imani 

 Shoulder Stand Sarvangasana


Pablo Imani 

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Elephant’s Trunk Pose   Eka Hasta Bhujasana 
Pablo Imani
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Elephant’s Trunk Pose   Eka Hasta Bhujasana 

Pablo Imani

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Reverse Prayer    Pashchima Namaskarasana
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Reverse Prayer    Pashchima Namaskarasana

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Crow Pose    Bakasana

Crow Pose    Bakasana

Bound Lotus   Baddha Padmasana
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Bound Lotus   Baddha Padmasana

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Lotus Peacock   Padma Mayurasana
Afrikan Yoga

Lotus Peacock   Padma Mayurasana

Afrikan Yoga

Awakening The Spine, Lake Victoria, Uganda. (by AmunLekan)

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What is Afrikan Yoga?


Afrikan Yoga founded by Pablo M Imani Khonsu Sekhem Ptah is a form of yoga known for it’s use of rhythmic movements, to the sounds of drums which aids in heating up the body in order to performSayunaats/Postures. Adequate natural body heat and energy generation minimises the risks of injury or strain when doing static postures.
There is an emphasis of elemental body awareness and breath.  The development of flexibility, mobility strength, and endurance are emphasized through dance and postures.  Afrikan Yoga is firmly based on the movements of the Neters/Neteru as found on the temple walls at The Temple of Luxor, The Temple of Horus at Edfu and on the scientific methods as mentioned in the Ebers Papyrus Edwin Smith Papyrus Rhind Papyrus the oldest books in the world known as The Pyramid Texts.
 
The Philosophy
Egyptian Philosophy of Maat as expounded by the Egyptian Book of the Dead known as the 42 Precepts or commonly refered to as the ‘Negative confessions’ or ‘Declarations of Innocence and the Ten Virtues of the Initiates’, the wisdom texts include:

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fyeahafrica:

What is Afrikan Yoga?

Afrikan Yoga founded by Pablo M Imani Khonsu Sekhem Ptah is a form of yoga known for it’s use of rhythmic movements, to the sounds of drums which aids in heating up the body in order to performSayunaats/Postures. Adequate natural body heat and energy generation minimises the risks of injury or strain when doing static postures.

There is an emphasis of elemental body awareness and breath.  The development of flexibility, mobility strength, and endurance are emphasized through dance and postures.  Afrikan Yoga is firmly based on the movements of the Neters/Neteru as found on the temple walls at The Temple of LuxorThe Temple of Horus at Edfu and on the scientific methods as mentioned in the Ebers Papyrus Edwin Smith Papyrus Rhind Papyrus the oldest books in the world known as The Pyramid Texts.

 

The Philosophy

Egyptian Philosophy of Maat as expounded by the Egyptian Book of the Dead known as the 42 Precepts or commonly refered to as the ‘Negative confessions’ or ‘Declarations of Innocence and the Ten Virtues of the Initiates’, the wisdom texts include:

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 Djehuti Monkey stretch in the Afrikan system of yoga.

 Djehuti Monkey stretch in the Afrikan system of yoga.