Vasi Yoga is a millenary technique used by the Siddha yogis since at least three thousand years back to attain enlightenment. This tradition has been kept alive all this time paving the way for the configuration of a tradition possessor of every required support to attain enlightenment (jivan mukti). The Siddha yogis practiced Vasi Yoga, known under some other names such as Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Tantra Yoga, Laya Yoga, Siddha Yoga, Siva Yoga, Bija Yoga, Navakona Valai Yoga, Agni Yoga, Mauna Yoga, Aumkara Yoga.
The objective of the Vasi Yoga is to attain a seed consciousness, a pure consciousness without duality according to Siddha Sivavakkiyar. The barrier of duality prevents one to reach the cakra sahasrara, wherein the pure consciousness dwells. For this reason it is necessary to succeed in the so called susumna breathing that enables us to rise from the muladhara cakra to sahasrara cakra. This implies that the person needs to have mastery over pranayama. The Siddhas appreciated highly not only a healthy body but also a body with a high level of subtle energy, given that the whole enlightenment process is carried out in our body. The body must be free of impurities, not only physiological but also energetic, mental and emotional.
Vasi Yoga is a technique integrating into itself the simultaneous work of the posture or asana, mantra, cakras and meditation. The activation of the kundalini energy is an essential element in this technique.