Koghan - “Gha” Refers to the 9 energy zones of the body. “Koghan” refers to the process of generating that energy through the body.
The whole power of the Dhanda, longi, Hanthawaddy, Min Zin, and even the Letha yoga is from the internal energy system as it is generated through the Koghan system of zones. Posturing is always important, but not as important as developing one's internal life force. We have found that workshops are far more effective than the typical weekly class. Focusing on all the aspects needed to generate this energy "consciousness" needs a sustained practice time. Only then can the practitioners understand the true importance of this system as it was taught in the tradition of the Pyu.
Spring Camp June 2, 3, and 4 will be a great opportunity to learn this system and even though we have a full schedule it is a relaxed environment and is always fun. Space is limited and pre-registration is recommended. For more see "facebook.com/DeepCreekYoga"
New Classes in Friendsville or to book your own Workshops.
Koghan – System of yoga utalizing the pathways and flow of energy generated by the nine energy zones in the body. (Tibet and Pyu )
Hanthawaddy Yoga – A system of yoga which combines movement and breath, using specific alignment and energy flow from the Khoghan system. This system is very difficult and powerful. It would be hard to learn Hanthawaddy without these other systems.
Dhanda yoga – A system using Dhanda (staff) to develop alignment,
stability, flexibility and stamina. Dhanda is the yoga symbol for the human spine through which prana (vital energy or chi) flows.
Longi Yoga – A system using a rope to develop strength, flexibility, and proper alignment.
Min Zin – Internal system to generate, store, and transmit “Prana” internal healing energy. Focused breath and meditation.