Vinyasa Yoga

Practicing with Egely Wheel

Woman practicing Vinyasa yoga, performing downward dog yoga pose

Vinyasa yoga tries to combine movements and breath together. The focus is on continuous and fluid movement in concert with the breath, eventually finding complete focus and detachment from thought patterns. This can result in many transformative benefits for both the mind and body.

The Egely Wheel Vitality Meter helps you to find steadiness, ease,

and pleasure in your body and mind through the breath.


The Egely Wheel is the result of many years of intense scientific development. Although some of the basics of the phenomenon are not yet fully understood, extensive control experiments have proven that the rotation of the wheel during measurements is not driven by heat, convection, or electromagnetic energy. The inventor, Dr. George Egely, a Hungarian physicist PhD formerly with the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is an expert in the field of energy transfer processes.


With the help of the Egely Wheel Vitality Meter you will learn how to direct your energy flow and influence the direction of the wheel’s rotation, as well as practice vinyasa yoga, since the wheels will not rotate when the person using it feels overly tense. It reveals your body/life energy in a fun and entertaining way, while making you conscious of your mental power also.


The Egely Wheel comes in an attractive wooden box together with an extensive booklet of instructions on how to use it, ideas for improving vitality level and the historical and scientific background of the measurement.



“Get your

Egely Wheel”



“Measure your

life energy”



“Balance your

mind and body”

Measurement methods

Put your hand next to the wheel, concentrate and wait about 30-60 seconds until the wheel starts rotating.

Rotation speed

The average rotational speed is 6 r/min. When being in a cheerful, harmonised and energetic mood, the rotational speed is higher. In an upset state, the rotational speed has a bigger oscillation. Current stress or anxiety almost always stop the rotation of the wheel. On such occasions, life energy “gets stuck” in your body or less of this energy is produced.

Direction of the rotation

The direction of the rotation goes towards the fingers as energy is flowing from the body towards the fingers. In rare cases, especially in case of left-handers the wheel doesn’t rotate towards the fingers, but in an opposite direction.

Duration of the measurement

A measurement takes 10-15 minutes on average.


Frequency of the measurements

Don’t make more than 2-3 measurements a day.

Measurement techniques


Measurement with two hands

The rotating effect of the left and right hand indicates a definite and certain connection between the characteristics of the right and left cerebral hemisphere: the rotational speed of the left hand (which is connected to the right hemisphere) indicates higher values in case of analytical-sensible persons, when you are measuring with both hands at the same time. The measurement differences of the right and left hand indicate the differences between the two cerebral hemispheres. Women are usually stronger with their left hand. The reason for this is their right hemisphere which has intuitive skills.


How to use the Egely Wheel


Prepare for the Vinyasa yoga and make a measurement before it.


An important part of the Vinyasa yoga is proper breathing. Observe the connection between the energies flowing in your body and the rotation of the wheel.


While doing the Vinyasa yoga, close your eyes and listen to the beep sound indicating the rotation of the Egely Wheel.


Monitor the progress during the Vinyasa yoga.



Rotation of the wheel by hand.


Changing the rotational speed.


Changing the direction of the rotation.


Rotation without hands.

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