Monthly Archives: August 2014

The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com. In Part 6 we will do a Introduction to pranayama and in part 7 we will examine the Deeper nuances of Pranayama practice. Pranayama   “Pranayama...
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The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com. From Part 5 we will get deeper into Ashtanga Yoga. Ashtanga Yoga: The Eight Limbs of Yoga   Ashtanga yoga literally means “eight-limbed yoga: “ashta =...
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The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com. In the previous post we examined the Exercise and Breathing aspects of Yoga. 1.4 The Five points of Yoga contd. Yogic practice can be broadly classified...
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The following series of articles, an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com   1.4 The Five points of Yoga Yogic practice can be broadly classified into five important aspects we will examine the first 3 points in today’s...
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The following series of articles an in-depth look at Yoga has been compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by Avdhoot Limaye for Parimukti.com   1.2 History of Yoga Continued Yoga also finds its place in the scriptures of the Vedas and Upanishads. The ancient yogis or saints originally performed...
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Today we are starting a multi part new series on Yoga for an in-depth look at evolution progress and aims of Yoga and it's meaning as well as interpretation in the modern world. The following series an in-depth look at Yoga is compiled by Merel Martens founder of Parimukti Yoga and produced and packaged by...
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I get up every morning around 5.30am and at least 1,5 – 2 hours before i have to be anywhere. This gives me the time to properly wake up my physical and mental body by doing some asanas, pranayama and meditation. Why is this so important? How you wake up will color your whole day....
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I still remember the first year when i started teaching yoga. It was an exciting and in the same time very difficult time. I had to register my own bussiness, make my own website, take care of my branding, etc. Everything was new and it took me many, many hours, or better weeks and months...
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Since many of our Teacher Training courses are located in Dharamshala, which is the home town to the Dalai Lama and many Tibetan refugees, we are eager to share some of the Tibetan art and culture with our students. Today we paid a visit to the Norbulingka Institute which is an institute dedicated to preserving...
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The choice to join our Yoga Teacher Training in Goa is choosing to committing yourself to change your life. Together we start a new chapter that goes along with intense and confronting processes. So.. after a couple of weeks into the training it is time for a day off. This time we choose to visit...
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