Course Overview

Dhyana is synonymous with meditation and has the specific characteristics of abiding attention. These lesson guide you through a classical series of steps used in Yoga. Attention is focussed systematically through body, hands, eyes and breath. Putting the pieces together culminates in a wholistic practice incorporating Asana, Mudra and Drishti.

Course Curriculum

    1. Introduction

    1. Lesson 01: Stabilising the seat

    2. Lesson 02: Freeing the neck

    3. Lesson 03: Lifting the Chest

    4. Lesson 04: Firming the neck to find the crown.

    5. Lesson 05: Kechari Mudra

    6. Lesson 06: Drishti

    7. Lesson 07: Jnana Mudra

    8. Lesson 08: Whole Body Awareness

About this course

  • 9 lessons

Soundmoves creator and curator

25 years Yoga teaching experience

M. Sc, C-IAYT, ERYT-500 Noah Mckenna

Noah Mckenna developed Soundmoves after two decades as a teacher trainer and therapist in the Yoga hotspot of Mysore, India. Soundmoves brings clinical experience and cutting edge research to the table infusing multiple healing modalities into a seamless formula. As an instructor Noah has the gift of distilling information and conveying it with simplicity and depth. The lesson designs reflect a coherent structure that comes from decades in the field. Noah's clinical research on the therapeutic effects of Soundmoves Yoga happens at the University of Adelaide School of Medicine in the discipline of Psychiatry. His clinical work tracks heart-mind connectivity when yoga practices are performed at specific frequencies. Heart rate variability is central to this work and intersects with blood pressure and brain wave rhythms.