“Live quietly in the moment and see the beauty of all before you. The future will take care of itself....”
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Perhaps the oldest written texts on our planet, India’s most ancient teachings The Vedas date back several thousands of years BC and hold the early seeds of yogic thought and wisdom. These authoritative teachings were 'received' as divine wisdom by the Rishis (sages) who undertook long periods of asceticism and meditation. The knowledge, rituals and prayers of the Vedas describe what it takes to live an exalted life, be liberated from worldly attachments and entanglements, a
The word Yoga means union of the individual soul with supreme consciousness – of one's individual spiritual self, the Atman, with the Parabrahman or Paramatman. In short: Yoga is about self-realisation. Our Yoga Retreats and Yoga Teacher Trainings contribute to your personal growth and spiritual evolution. Even though the practice of yoga is much broader than just body moves, when practiced with precision – with attentive movements of the body, breath control and mental disci
This is a variation of Parivrtta Parsvakonasana and considered one of the most challenging standing poses. It requires your focus, balance, flexibilty and strength. It is a great pose to flow into from Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II) and to create length in your side body.
It builds strength in your lower body as you’re forced to balance most of your weight on the bent leg, deepens flexibility in your hips, engages your core and relieves tensions in your shoulders. Here you se
A general reminder: Being playful at times is important too. Here you see Deepak Ji, one of our teachers in yoga flow with another intructor on the banks of Ganga Ma. After all, yoga is about communion with nature, and there is nothing static about it. We develop ourselves through playing. Through playfullness, we learn to think creatively and to surrender ourselves completely to one thing. Not part of our schedule, but just for information: in Acroyoga, there usually is one