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Mudra

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Expert instruction on DVD for using hand positions to find balance, energy, and more.
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When you join your hands together in prayer, offer your open hand to a friend, or even point your finger to emphasize an idea—you are using a symbolic body language with roots in antiquity. On Mudra: Gestures of Power, you will join yoga expert and mudra authority Sabrina Mesko to discover an elegant, yet powerful, system for connecting your intention with the flow of energy through every cell in your body.

Mudra is a Sanskrit word meaning "seal" or "sign." Mudras are used by the yogis of India to describe the ritual hand gestures they practiced during deep meditation. Ancient priests secretly investigated how we can actualize inner states through outer expression with asanas or postures, including positions for the hands and fingers.

From fearlessness, to patience, to energy, to enlightenment—every higher quality we aspire to can be sealed and activated with its own mudra. Now you can investigate for yourself one of the oldest esoteric arts for strengthening your body, clarifying your thoughts, and deepening your meditations with Mudra, Gestures of Power.

You Will Learn:

  • 18 specific mudras, taught step-by-step by a master practitioner
  • How mudras can calm your mind and enhance concentration—in just a few minutes a day
  • Ancient symbolic connections between your hands and the cosmos
  • Which mudras to use for spiritual growth
  • Mudras for eliminating fatigue, enhancing longevity, and recharging your energy
  • The history and practice of hand gestures from past to present
  • The only practice video on the art of mudra
Format Details
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Contents Video Download (45 minutes)
Filetypes MP4, PDF
Product Code VT00011W
ISBN Number 978-1-60407-531-1
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Sabrina Mesko

About Sabrina Mesko

Sabrina Mesko, Ph.D. is the author of Healing Mudras: Yoga for Your Hands, and is a lecturer, teacher, and graduate of the Yoga College of India. She has studied and practiced with many renowned yoga masters, who instructed her in the ancient art of the mudra. Sabrina holds a doctorate from the American Institute of Holistic Theology.

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Reviewed by Mary M.
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Very pleased. Ihave the boo. The Dvd is even better. I have been sharing the info with my fellow yoga students.Thanks for sharing this with us

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Reviewed by ragna v.
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why didn't it go to gold stars kept flipping to red - 5 gold stars is what i give it - she is good - i have two of her books also - thank you - peace

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Reviewed by Virginia M.
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I have her book and found that the video was very helpful in understanding what was meant by the breathing techniques. I wish she could have demonstrated all the mudras found in her book.

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Reviewed by Gina C.
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Yikes. Not at all what I expected. She mostly does a bunch of breathing exercises, huffing and puffing for minutes on end. Its more like a breathing class than anything else. Never would have bought it if I'd known.

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Reviewed by SLK
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Loved this DVD. Sabrina Mesko is lovely and a great instructor. Her directions were clear and there were 18 mudras, enough to satisfy anyone looking to try hand mudras. I especially liked the clear instructions on breathing.

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