Yoga Teacher Training in Dharamshala

Blog post written by Roos Apotheker Over the next few days, Roos shares her experiences of her month long training with Parimukti in Dharamsala Half a year ago I was hiking through a national park when suddenly I had a gush of inspiration. A short while before I had quite my job, and since I...
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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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Written by Sophie Nusselder for Parimukti When I discovered yoga in 2008, I almost instantly started to teach yoga to children. It was great as it is a very low profile way of starting to teach yoga. In the meantime very profound! As children learn and develop behaviour that forms much of their personality I...
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Hi! I’m Sophie Nusselder; 34 years old and in Dharamkot since two days. For the next two months I will be volunteering for Parimukti Yoga & Meditation. From now on you can read my columns in this blog which will be about psychology, anatomy, physiology, philosophy and other topics related to yoga. During the last...
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This is part one of a two-part series on Intuition. Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti   Part 2: The initiate takes the plunge Have you been in a yoga class where the instructor has said, “be your own teacher?” They’re telling us to find and be guided by our own inner wisdom. Not to mimic...
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Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti I live in a yoga class desert in Goa. There are lots of teacher training programs, but as far as I know, the closest public asana class is 40 minutes away, at 7am, twice per week. Unfortunately for me, I find it difficult to maintain a personal daily asana practice....
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Last week, Merel was interviewed by the popular Dutch newspaper ‘het Parool’ for their column on former citizens of Amsterdam who have moved abroad. The article is based on a 1,5 hrs interview and written in Dutch by Anouk Vleugels. Below you find the translation. PS World weekly Skypes with a former citizen of Amsterdam who...
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Bring your own mat. Over the month of a teacher training you spend more time on the mat than in your bed, so make sure its a good one. I think the key to a decent mat is one that is grippy so you don’t get slippy. There are some really great recycled rubber ones...
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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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In 2014 I travelled to Goa to do a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training where I met Merel. I immediately became fond of her. She was very knowledgable about yoga and how it specifically affects the body. Her great personality made me want to know more about every subject and work hard to understand it fully....
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