Yoga TTC in Dec

Written by Roos Apotheker for Parimukti Roos joined the Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training and is sharing her experiences with us here. On the 7th day of our yoga teacher training, during an extra yoga asana workshop, I made an unfortunate move and sprained my knee. What exactly happened I don’t know, but I still...
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Balance, samata or samatva in Sanskrit, is a fundamental aspect of Yoga. A balanced approach of life includes an equal mood and the capability to feel the unity in the diversities. In order to be balanced, we have to be non-judgemental and treat others with impartiality, equanimity, equal kindness and compassion. One way to reach Balance in life...
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Since many years, I always have a tennis ball with me. This is on my list of the five things that I always carry (the other four are my yoga mat, tiger balm, tea, and a book). I absolutely need it, no matter where or when… No, I am not a tennis player… Actually this tennis...
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Did you ever start crying uncontrollably during a Yoga class?! I did. It happened to me during my first yoga class, in New York city about 10 years ago…  If I remember well,  it was almost at the end of the class. The big room was crowded, full of young dancers from the Broadway Dance...
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My background as a dancer brought me a lot of skills… but many injuries at the same time. When i really started my yoga practice a couple of years ago, i realized how much my body was broken, damaged and desperately needed some healing. At the start of my asana practice arm balancing was absolutely...
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I feel it is incredibly important to be aware of the ‘power of touch’. You can give so much by doing an adjustment in an asana, but giving an adjustment without awareness or the right intention, can have a desastreus effect. Being a professional dancer and dance teacher for many years, taught me a lot about...
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On Friday the 9th of Oktober I arrived in the beautiful village of Dharamkot, North-India. I flew in from Colombo, where my journey had started one month earlier, through Chennai and Delhi to finally arrive in Dharamsala. There a taxi driver would be waiting for me. Dharamkot is a small hillside village overlooking the Kangra...
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Slowly, slowly we are getting ready for the upcoming season in Arambol, Goa. Thanks to the hard work of our teachers… uhm… Mandi actually 😉 the hall is ready. Very beautifully located in a quiet area in Arambol, in the fields behind ‘Double Dutch’ restaurant, for the insiders. As we build the hall on a rooftoop...
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