-Yogic movements or poses are often used for strength and flexibility training. They also regulate the energy of the subtle body, cultivating awareness, relaxation, and concentration.
-The practice of quieting the mind by observing thoughts rather than identifying with them such as watching the mind from a bird's-eye point of view. Increases concentration, awareness, sensitivity, and calms the body and mind.
-Pranayama -Various breathing exercises used to increase oxygen intake which in turn regulates circulation, detoxifies the body and blood stream, and brings the mind to a meditative state.
Different forms of massage are used subtly throughout the practice to help one's body to relax into the pose. Thai massage techniques as well as acupressure points are used to correct energy alignment, detox the muscle tissue, and relieve pain and tension.
-Aroma Therapy -The use of essential oils, candles, or incense to promote physical health such as stimulating the immune system and increasing energy levels. Promotes psychological well-being, grounds the mind and reduces anxiety.