Monthly Archives: November 2014

today we had a tough vinyasa class in the morning followed by 2 lections of anatomy, discussing the different upper body muscles. but actually we couldn’t wait for noon to come, so we could all go to the beach – some the very first time here in goa. in the evening we went to the...
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almost one week is behind us, five days of working on our body, mind and soul. “my neck pain is gone” or “i had such a great sleep” are just a few of the benefits i can hear in the group. at yesterdays kundalini dance lots of emotions came up, also in todays breathing exercise...
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after an amazing 2 hours vinyasa class in the early morning, we had philosophy with yogesh again. this time: yogi diet! of course a topic that everybody can relate to, we all have our opinion – high protein or high carb, raw or cooked. but not only physical food is part of the yogi diet,...
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today we learned all the sanskrit words for the sun salutations in vinyasa – some you know from the class, but some are just really long. we have to learn and use them since it is yoga, so we had our first practical lessons in teaching today. although i already know both variations of sun...
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good evening, guys! i just returned from my training, gonna do my homework and fall asleep! it was an exhausting day. after hatha yoga in the morning, we had a class called art of teaching where we got the basic structure of a vinyasa class. after lunch we had anotomy and actually i think the...
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hello guys, namaste! i had a really good day today: mind opening classes in stunning surroundings, i’m still flying! ūüôā we started the day with an easy vinyasa class while the sun was rising. my favorite was the following philosophy class, we discussed what yoga is and what it’s not. it was interesting to hear...
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namaste! my name is sandra, i’m from austria and i am doing the parimukti 200 hrs yoga teacher training in goa. i am going to keep you guys updated on daily base with pictures about the classes & around. so just let me know if you like it, or if you have some questions, or...
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‘Nobody is perfect’. This is one of these sayings that is used often and everybody agrees to generally shaking their head in vogorous approval when somebody blurts it out. But have you really reflected upon accepting yourself as you are and integrated it into your life? Have you really applied this saying towards yourself? Have...
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In yoga classes and meditations often the teacher asks you to ‘open your heart’, to see the good in everyone, to ‘realise that we are all one’ and ‘to develop love and compassion for all around you’. One very important remark that has to be noted when reflecting upon these statements is that while opening...
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