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Learn a yoga practice for fitness and energy

Angamardana, 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.

"If strength and resilience is what you are looking for, you need to strengthen the fundamental fabric of the body. This is what Angamardana does"


Practice Benefits

  • Strengthen the spine, skeletal system, and muscular system

  • Build physical strength, fitness, and tenacity

  • Take years off the body, bringing a sense of lightness and freedom

  • Prepares the body for Hatha Yoga

​Practice Features

  • High-level intensity

  • Suitable for ages 8+
    (no experience of yoga necessary)

  • 30 minutes practice duration
    (once learned)


  • $175

Upcoming Programs

Angamardana videos

Angamardana: introduction

Sadhguru: What is Angamardana?

Angamardana articles

The Anatomy of Angamardana
Angamardana is a system of dynamic exercises that invigorate the body on all levels. Sadhguru looks at how Angamardana builds resilience and strengthens the fundamental fabric of the body.
Angamardana – Mastering Your Limbs
This week on Classical Yoga, Sadhguru speaks about Angamardana, a phenomenally powerful system that exercises both the physical and energy body.
Yoga vs. Strength Training: Which is Better for You?
Can Yoga help build muscle? If you are a gym rat who spends hours pumping iron, you might have a hard time believing that it does. In this article, Sadhguru gives us his perspective on the ongoing debate: Strength Training vs. Yoga.