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MUDRA TRAINING

A mudrā is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism.While some mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. A mudrā is a spiritual gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions and traditions of Dharma and Taoism. One hundred and eight mudras are used in regular Tantric rituals.

In yoga, mudrās are used in conjunction with pranayama (yogic breathing exercises), generally while seated in Vajrasana pose, to stimulate different parts of the body involved with breathing and to affect the flow of prana in the body

Mudra is sometimes considered Yoga of the hands. They are gestures that hold a particular energy. The aim of Mudra practice is for spiritual advancement. Each Mudra brings it’s own benefits to the one who practices it. The full effect of a Mudra will only be experienced through regular practice and when you have mastered a Mudra, you will feel the energy flowing through your hands. Each Mudra includes a Mantra (Prayer) which you recite inwardly whilst you practice. Mudras are excellent at giving you health and vitality because they are designed to energize specific areas of the body. Different mudras focus on healing certain organ or body parts such as the eyes, heart, head and ears.

A mudrā is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism.While some mudrās involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. A mudrā is a spiritual gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions and traditions of Dharma and Taoism. One hundred and eight mudras are used in regular Tantric rituals.

In yoga, mudrās are used in conjunction with pranayama (yogic breathing exercises), generally while seated in Vajrasana pose, to stimulate different parts of the body involved with breathing and to affect the flow of prana in the body

Mudra is sometimes considered Yoga of the hands. They are gestures that hold a particular energy. The aim of Mudra practice is for spiritual advancement. Each Mudra brings it’s own benefits to the one who practices it. The full effect of a Mudra will only be experienced through regular practice and when you have mastered a Mudra, you will feel the energy flowing through your hands. Each Mudra includes a Mantra (Prayer) which you recite inwardly whilst you practice. Mudras are excellent at giving you health and vitality because they are designed to energize specific areas of the body. Different mudras focus on healing certain organ or body parts such as the eyes, heart, head and ears.


1. Ganesh mudra

2. ushesh mudra

3. bhushan mudra


4. bronchial mudra

5.asthma mudra

6. prana mudra

7. Linga mudra

8. abana mudra


9. sangu mudra

10. surabi mudra

11. vayu mudra

12. sunya mudra

13. prithvi mudra

14. varuna mudra


15. bhudhi mudra


16. abanavayu mudra

17. kubera mudra

18.kundalini mudra

19. shebana mudra

20.rudra mudra

21. mathangi mudra

22 vajra mudra

23 uthrabothi mudra

24 magara mudra

25. mukula mudra

26. kaleeswara mudra

27. sivalinga mudra

28. chin mudra

29. diyani mudra

30. kamala mudra

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