Special techniques

There are number of special and complex practices that are unique to Savita Yoga and that represent a culmination of the Savita Yoga training.
These techniques are usually very intensive and bring very deep, complex and positive impact on the whole inner system of the practitioner.

Prolonged and repeated pranayama, visualisation, mantras, meditation, work with inner energies and deep musical integration
are the key elements of most of these practices. The practices usually cover 30- 120 minutes and at certain parts are supported and further intensified by inspired live Savita Music.

Under some conditions they can be practiced at home as well, but the most intensive and deep effects usually occur during Savita Yoga workshops and retreats where the guidance support is directly available, group energies are unified and connected and the live Savita music and mantras present. Usually, only after such a direct experience during a Savita Yoga seminar, the following individual practice could be made really fruitful.

By repeated and long term practice of these techniques, one may enter various levels and types of inspiring inner experience (that is alway fresh and new) and get in deeper and deeper aspects of his own existence. The harmonising effects towards one’s everyday life are also clearly perceivable.

A number of participants come regularly to our Savita Yoga courses that are periodically conducted at some locations for already many years. Many times they have gone through Chakra Breathing, Tattwa Sudhi and other techniques and they report very new type of experiences and impact every time. The inner discovery, and exploration of our existence are without limits …

Here is a short description of some of the well-known Savita Yoga special techniques:



Savita Chakra Breathing is a unique version of an ancient technique that enables to come to contact with one´s chakras, to feel their work and to get the energies moving in them. It is accompanied by special inspired live music. There are up-front as well as integration practices that make the chakra breathing complete. Chakra Breathing has several forms and levels of practice. After mastering the basic level, more advanced and complex varieties of the practice are offered


Savita Tattwa Suddhi is one of the core practices given by the Savita Yoga System. It is an ancient practice described in many original sources. It recreates the evolution of humans through working with tattvas/bhútas – principles described in classic yoga and sánkhya. Linking the energies of tattvas with breathing, visualisation, mantras and special supporting music enables one to retrace the steps towards Unity with the Absolute and back. This results in harmony, stability and creative potentials manifesting within your whole being.

Similarly like Chakra Breathing, Tattwa Sudhi practice has also several forms and levels of depth, length and intensity.


A number of ancient texts describe also chakra laya – a much neglected area in contemporary spiritual yoga. Here the chakras and their various functional aspects are being recognized, felt and then merged to higher and higher levels, until the whole functional system of the practitioner is melted into the Absolute. Then a “reborn” system is emerging from the Absolute to fulfil its tasks here on earth.

The music (normally performed live) is an inseparable part of the practice. It supports the whole process step by step, by invoking particular energies within and around each chakra, empowering the overall intensity of the practice and helping to keep a stable concentration at each chakra. The artistic values of the inspired musical flow further enhance the process of practices.


Koshas are “sheats” of various density in which our whole existence is anchored – from the gross to most subtle levels: Annamaya kosha, Pranamaya kosha, Manomaya kosha, Vijnanamaya kosha and Anandamaya kosha.

They are interlinked and fully functional and perceivable at all times and their harmonious functioning and interconnection make the ground for our harmonious personal existence and development.

In this practice, we will first try to feel and perceive the five “koshas” and then we will enter the process of harmonising each of them and realising the full foundation of our “multi-layer” existence


“Shiva” and “Shakti” are the two main polarities that interplay within this universal creation. They are fully anchored in all the aspects of our personality and inner system as well and their harmonious interaction is the core and basic condition of our balanced life.

This practice is aimed at harmonisation of these two polarities within us. A series of powerful ancient mantra recitations (with special visualisations) is linked with intensive pranayama repeated in cycles and finally ended with a deep integrative musical relaxation.


is a salutation series based on the full form of Gayatri mantra. It has some similarity to Surya namaskar, but here we don’t address the physical sun but the Sun of Consciousness (Savitr). Accompanied with simple physical movements, deep feelings and visualisation, this practice – in conjunction with the Vyahrtis and Shiras of the Gayatri mantra can help us to realize our real “home”, the Source we have emerged from, the Source that is shining within and without us at all times and that we have a full unlimited access to. A source that can have us immersed in bliss.


Our present existence, psyche and personality is not a “tabula rasa” but is very much derived from our ancestor line, especially our parents. We have inherited many aspects from them not only at physical level, but also at mental, emotional and causal levels – within the system that is very much interconnected. All this brings deep imprints, valuable heritage, unconscious tendencies and sometimes also a burden or various blocks within us. Sometimes we don’t know why we stagnate in our practice and personal development, why our moods and behaviour overwhelm us etc. Very often it can be a result of unresolved ties, non-expressed feelings or unmelted blocks in the direction to our parents and other close relatives.

It is no wonder that also in the old Indian spiritual tradition, the immense importance was given to the relationship with the parents, that often formed one of the basic foundation, support and inspiration throughout the whole life.

As a result of this very special complex technique , we may feel these essential relationships purified, many of the deeply rooted past problems resolved and our present state felt as more stable with many inner obstacles melted.


Here we use specially selected Vedic or Tantric mantras
and use them to focus on selected aspects of our inner
processes – be it activation, purification or opening higher
levels of perception. Practicioners can often perceive
the real power and energies of the mantras – as never

Very intensive practice, often supported
and further deepened by special types of pranayama
and mental techniques.