Yoga Teacher Training India

To work at his best, the mind and the body need to be balanced. According to Ayurveda, disease comes from imbalances and are psychosomatic. That means body and mind are always involved both, working together and have to be considered as a whole in the process of healing and health. Our senses and our actions are oriented...
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This series consists of two articles and is written by Azuka Muse: #1 Allow yourself to be guided by the unexpected #2 A practice to invite female transformational energy in your life A practice to invite female transformational energy in your life “In the yoga tradition as a ‘dark goddess’ governing time, death and change. Her fierce form is...
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This article consists of three parts: #1 – The Root of Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear #3 – Asana & Meditation to Overcome Fear of Death #3 – Yin Yoga Sequence to Overcome Fear of Death Body-Mind Connection In the last part of this series I introduced a few meditation techniques to...
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This article consists of 4 parts. This is part 1. Written by Sophie Nusselder Building a relationship with the self Building a relationship with the self. Manjeet Manthur; one of the teachers of Parimukti is exploring this in meditations done by 2 persons. The Shiva and the Shakti The last week I have joined wonderfull...
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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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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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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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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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