Definition and Origin

Dynamic Yoga and a very healthy that is directly related to the Dance, Martial Arts and Theater Hindu. The Vyayam Yoga, in its origins was a discipline exercised by warriors and then by people involved in dance and theater, can now be practiced by all people and all ages can develop different practices and help them to the quality of their lives
The word is a Sanskrit term Vyayam very old. There are lots of fitness programs available but gives you look that you always desired. Decomposes in two words: Yama, which means “tame” and Vyu means “push the air or the breath internally and externally.” Vyayam is the Art and Discipline by which we learn to tame the energy that comes through the air to breath. At present, in some places it is practiced under Dravidar names (not Sanskrit) as Maipayat, which are aerobic exercises power and harmony, and KalariPayat, “the master of gymnastic movement.” Vyayam and KalariPayat the same thing. Some are ancient Sanskrit and names, and other recent Dravidar.
The Vyayam stems from the training I received Vedic warriors and especially in the Art of Archery and the internal energy, called DhanurVidya. Its applications extend from traditional ayurvedic medicine, therapeutic massage, Indian dance and yoga and mistico magic called Tantra.
His teaching is framed within the teaching of Tantra and the therapeutic application of Ayurveda, Traditional Medicine in India. Emerged in southern India and has inspired other Energy Gymnastics and Martial Arts. Today is expanding its teaching in Spain and in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, USA, Japan and elsewhere.
Their movements are full of strength and harmony and always be coordinated with the breathing, the fundamental basis of this practice. We can say that if there is no breathing Vyayam, as this practice is based on the movement of the breath and body. In this way the Vyayam plays an important role in the relationship between breathing, body and mind, being a great practice of internal balance and the elimination of stress for the person. Maintaining and increasing the vital capacity and at the same time calm the minds of those who practice it.