Monthly Archives: May 2016

Written by Yoana Moya Moving From Passion To Compassion Allow your senses and your mind to move down to your heart. When your actions are driven by compassion and kindness, miracles come in a never ending stream. It is easy to say, and you probably like the idea too. However, this simple statement requires patience,...
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How To Incorporate The Senses In A Childrens Yoga Class? When I discovered yoga; in 2008 I almost instantly started to teach yoga to children. At the time I was teaching children creative writing and theatre and loved to use yogic elements to help them get to know their body, themselves and other children a little...
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Written by Yoana Moya Yoga: A Tool for Social Change A post published in this blog by Sharon Brooke Uy, “Ego, inspired me to write the introduction to this post (http://www.parimukti.com/8377-2/). We are all concern about the social problems happening nowadays in the world. Violence and human rights violations. People fighting against each other to defend...
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Written by Yoana Moya VIPASSANA MEDITATION As taught by S.N Goenka in the tradition of Sayagyi U BA Khin THEORY Vipassana means to see things as they really are, and it is also a synonym of “establishing of awareness”. Originally from India, Buddha discovered this technique more than 25,000 years ago. Vipassana is the sience of...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder What Is Your Big Why? The “Big Why” may be a life purpose, a goal or vision that one is passionate about, or simply an important need. Without a “Big Why” we eventually lose motivation to do the work necessary to accomplish great things. Your journey toward extraordinary results will be built...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder The power of non-reaction in Vipassana Meditation About 2 years ago I did my first Vipasanna 10 day course. Vipassana dictates a blanket command of non-reaction. No matter the pain as you sit, or the fact that your hands and legs fall asleep and that your brain is crying for release....
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Yin Class For Liver And Galbladder Written by Sophie Nusselder Spring is in the air in Europe. The season of such aliveness, the season of the wind in traditional Chinese medicine.  The season of the liver and the gallbladder. This blog includes a yin practice targeting these meridians. May the wind blow through your hair,...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder Yin for the liver and gallbladder Spring is in the air in Europe. The season of plants which are sprouting new growth, the season of  aliveness. The predominate atmospheric energy in this season, the Wood time of year, is Wind. The season of the liver and the gallbladder. This blog is about these...
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Learn To Balance Yang Energy In Yin Yoga Written by Sophie Nusselder Next to dynamic “Yang classes” (like vinyasa and ashtanga) which are merely focused on strengthening the muscles, most yogaschools offer Yin Yoga these days. Yin Yoga. This sounds quite a relaxing, slow and easy style don’t you think? Well, I must admit, it...
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