The Dhatus in Yoga | Day 5: Bone
In Yoga and Ayurveda, the body is made from seven primary tissues called dhatus. The term dhatu means to hold or support and the seven—plasma, blood, muscle, fat, bone, nerve, and reproductive fluid—are the building blocks for the entire body. In this course we discover how all yoga practices from meditation to asana, and from diet to pranayama serve to enhance the function of these essential seven tissues.
The bone houses both vitality and longevity for the entire body. In practice we build more solid bones by tapping into the rich reserves of the bone marrow. We do supine poses to release the bones and standing poses and inversions to conduct electrical flow through the boney tissue.
Cost: $56 per day, or $360 for all 5 days (+tax)
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