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Devote Yourself to Daily Sadhana Yoga Practice

You choose the number of days for your Sadhana Yoga.
Try a seven, ten, or thirty-day yoga series on the Practice with Clara Apps.
10 Reasons to Develop a Sadhana Yoga Practice at Home
  1. Cultivate awareness.
  2. Confront mental blockages.
  3. Embrace adversity.
  4. Develop strength in your body and mind.
  5. Confront obstacles in body and mind.
  6. Practice breathwork to clear stagnant energy.
  7. Build tapas (heat) to burn away impurities.
  8. Reflect on your choices and actions.
  9. Contribute to the Sangha (community).
  10. Create a habit to better your lifestyle, health, and connection to spirituality.   

New Members to the Practice with Clara Apps can try eight yoga classes with vinyasa, core, Yoga Nidra, Slow Flow and Hatha.

Definition of Sadhana Yoga by Shiva Rea:

Sadhana is a ‘spiritual technique that leads to perfection.’ Through devotion to a technique that is infused with meaning, the practitioners of these different forms find a means to refine aspects of who they are physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually through their bodies.

Understanding Sadhana Yoga 

A transformative spiritual experience— 

Sadhana translates as ‘realization’ from Sanskrit.

In Hindu and Buddhist traditions, a Sadhana yoga practice is a commitment to daily prayer to attain enlightenment.

The discipline (tapas) effort in Sadhana yoga helps cultivate an inner awareness of your responsibilities and reactions to adversity. 

In Sadhana yoga, you show up every day—especially on the days you do not want to. Sadhana yoga is arduous when you are irritated, bored, tired, and lack the patience, effort, and energy to commit to your ritual. Commitment is easy when you are happy, well-rested, and have the time to dedicate to your practice. 

When inconsistencies and difficulties appear, this is the most important time for you to show up for your Sadhana yoga. Working with and through challenges develops discipline, known as tapas in Sanskrit. 

Tapas is essential when walking a spiritual path.

It teaches you to face challenges head-on and develops strength in body and mind. In a yoga practice, Tapas builds heat. In ancient scriptures, tapas refers to burning away impurities to clear. The element associated with tapas is fire, and fire is traditionally associated with transformation, revealing the light and destroying all that it touches to make space for what’s to come. 

Develop a Daily Sadhana Yoga Practice

—take an online yoga series on the Practice with Clara Apps
New Members can try a 7-Day Sadhana Yoga series for free on the week-long trial. 
Members of Practice with Clara can enjoy any of the Sadhana Yoga series by visiting the series playlist on the apps. 

Check out our most popular Sadhana Yoga Series.

Reconnect 30-Day Yoga Series
Reconnect 30-Day Virtual Yoga Series presents 30 opportunities to reconnect to yourself through movement, mantra, and meditation practices.

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This yoga series features the Practice with Clara Program with seven days of yoga to balance the muscles. .

7-Day Core Yoga Series
  • Seven days of core-centric yoga classes.
  • Short, dynamic, and fiery. 
  • Meditation, breathwork, and simple stretching to unwind and ground.
7-Day Full Body Yoga Series

Yoga classes that feature equal parts strengthening and lengthening the specified muscle groups.

There are no peak poses in the classes in this series.

The Full Body Yoga Playlist offers movement, meditation, yoga Nidra, yin, and mantra classes for seven days.

7-Day Meditation Series

Meditation and slower-paced movement assists with:

  • Managing stress.
  • Observing intense emotions.
  • Enhancing imagination.
  • Increasing self-awareness.
  • Developing tolerance and compassion for others.
Participants can expect:
  1. A short meditation practice for each day of the series.
  2. Slow flow yoga classes on a few of the days to move your body.
  3. Breathwork, intention setting, affirmations, and visualization practices.
7-Day Inversions Yoga Series
  • Seven days of yoga featuring inversions.
  • Handstand, peacock, headstand, forearm wheel, and shoulderstand. 
  • Meditation, breathwork, and simple stretching to unwind and ground.
7-Day Mantra Series

We’ll chant each day and do a little bit of movement or meditation to align within ourselves.

What does Sadhana Yoga look like?

Your Sadhana yoga could be a few minutes of breathwork/pranayamas or mantras (chanting), a moment in silence for meditation, or a movement practice with yoga and simple stretches. 
Sadhana yoga is how you devote yourself to practice each day to transform your consciousness, connect with spirituality/Divine, and develop an awareness of the layers of yourself in mind and body. 

It can look different depending on how you feel or how much time you have for your practice.

Yoga is everywhere; it’s how you show up and take care of yourself. Yoga is how we interact with our environment and receive others. 

Sangha represents the community; it’s a Sanskrit word that means ‘company’ or ‘assembly’ and refers to the idea of individuals coming together to align for a greater purpose. Sangha, Dharma, and the Buddha make up the ‘Three Jewels,’ where practitioners seek refuge in Buddhist practices. Sangha is the community, Dhamra is the universal truth connecting all living beings, and the Buddha taught this enlightenment theory. 

Sadhana is how you devote yourself to practice each day to transform your consciousness, connect with spirituality/Divine, and develop an awareness of the layers of yourself in mind and body. 

It can look different depending on how you feel or how much time you have for your practice.

Yoga is everywhere; it’s how you show up and take care of yourself. Yoga is how we interact with our environment and receive others. 

Hatha yoga was born out of this quest for bodily-based spiritual transformation, and thus asanas flourished as the instruments of the sadhana or spiritual practice.

Shiva Rea.

Connect with Sangha ​

Sangha represents the community; it’s a Sanskrit word that means ‘company’ or ‘assembly’ and refers to the idea of individuals coming together to align for a greater purpose.

Sangha, Dharma, and the Buddha make up the ‘Three Jewels,’ where practitioners seek refuge in Buddhist practices. Sangha is the community, Dhamra being the universal truth connecting all living beings, and the Buddha taught this theory of enlightenment. 

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