yoga teacher training in india

Last Monday we started a new Yoga & Meditation training with a new group of beautiful people from all around the world (England, Germany, India, Netherlands, France, Sweden). It is so beautiful and inspiring to be part of, and at the same time observe their journey. I feel that there is a lot of courage needed...
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Written by Emily Curtis for Parimukti I attended a three-woman acapella theatre ensemble recently. It was a welcome surprise to see a guerilla theatre expression of young women in the Indian context. The space, a mix bohemian bookstore-library, boutique clothing retailer, café, was filled with a wide cross section of people. Notably exceptional, was to be the only...
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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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One of the most amazing things about organising the yoga & meditation teacher trainings is the great variety of people from many amazing cultures that come together. For one month, going through a life changing experience together. It is great to learn about other cultures and realising certain conditioning, behaviour and thought patterns that you...
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A bumblebee was bumping against my window for a good twenty minutes to try to find its way out. It would vehemently flap its wings, producing actually a lot of noise, and then fall back down to the bottom of the window and try again. Again and again and again. Really determined not giving up....
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Yesterday, i attended a workshop by Naida Luna, from Bioluminescent. She ‘played’ her Crystal Singing Bowls for us, which was truly amazing. We talked about the healing effect of sounds and was reminded again of the experiments by Masuru Emoto. I am sure many of you are familiar with the experiments performed by Masuru Emoto and the...
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Breaking out in an itchy rash in India is surprisingly not as fun as it sounds. My whole body is covered and I can’t stop scratching. It is actually my worst nightmare. I can’t sleep. I can’t manage a single Down Ward Facing Dog without scratching myself like one! Clothes, sun, moisture..everything aggravates it. When...
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9 people, 1 puppy and some sweaty limbs later and I had experienced my first contact dance session. We started slow and just free flowed into the music. At first I didn’t think I was being reserved at all. Then came the contact part. I watched as everyones bodies swirled around each other. Graceful and...
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Alert, Yoga is for everyone! When i first started to do yoga I was not really coming from a good headspace, and lets be honest I had no idea what it was about. It was prescribed to me as a theraputic option to help me over come fear and trauma. I started going to classes...
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I love travelling. However lets be honest as groovy as it is living in India teaching yoga and being surrounded by free spirited people sometimes I just miss my mom! However, being in a community of backpackers is awesome and helps when ever a bout of ‘missing the family’ arises. Being with friends and sharing...
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