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This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti Part 1: Addicted to wanting to know When learning a trade, a language, or perhaps when we’re next in line to carry the torch of a lineage such as yoga, or other spiritual tradition, it makes sense to have a...
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I am very happy to finally announce the new Parimukti Yoga Therapy Training for yoga teachers and health professionals. Many people over the years have come to me asking to treat them for migraine, or pain or some other problems which they were not completely happy treating with western medicine. While we continue offering Level 1, 200hrs Yoga...
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I have often been asked the question; Whats your favourite yoga style? I would initially think of my favourite school of practice-ashtanga yoga. Then yesterday I was with a friend that I haven’t seen in a long time. We decided to go and swim at the temple. I had never seen a female bathing there...
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Months feel as short as a week on a teacher training. Time goes so quickly. I came in April and its now September. It was cold and wet, now its like a european summer. Bursting blue skies with a crisp breeze. Nature is really gifting us here and it has helped me a lot this...
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Some days you just feel overwhelmed by gratitude. Today is one of these days for me. One of the students giving her exam class started her class today with the following quote from Marcel Proust: Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. First...
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After a week of reading harrowing stories in the media surrounding the refugee crisis all seriously disturbing. I have found myself selfishly asking “What can I do ?”. I want to help and I know this helping will alleviate the guilt I have about being so lucky to be born in the country I was....
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I have always believed that regardless of culture we are all the same. When I moved to Australia from Ireland it was the first time I was immersed in a different one. It felt so ‘foreign’ to me. I didn’t understand the humour, the politics, the lifestyle and I was made aware that I sounded...
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Ah the life of a yogi.. It may seem chill, full of herbal tea and enriched with chia seeds, but in actual fact we face real problems.. An average day on the mat.. -You wakeup early,  bundle on every layer of your ethnic hippy cloth only to reach the mat and have to de-robe yourself...
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My arms are aching, my abs are screaming and my hamstrings are so tight that I am certain they have magically shortened! This is all after a week of chaturanga practice. I am actually so happy my body feels this way. Its a sign to me that I am actually using my muscles and not...
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most people have no idea , how good their body is designed to feel.  kevin trudeau
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