Yoga Training in Dharamsala

This blog series consists of three articles: #1 – The Root of Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear through Meditation #3 – Asana & Meditation to Overcome Fear of Death #2 – Turn Unhealthy Fear into Healthy Fear through Meditation In the previous blog I introduced the concept of healthy and unhealthy fears. Today...
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What can be practices to be a self-care yogi? # 2 Written by Sophie Nusselder Last Tuesday I shared a text, written by Rachel Naomi Remen MD, about how “helping” suggests inequality while “fixing” suggests that another person is broken. You don’t have to “fix” or “help” people. Better “serve” from a place of gratitude....
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What Can Be Practices To Be A Self-Care Yogi? Teaching yoga is beautiful and inspiring, right? Mostly we, yoga teachers or yogi’s who are planning to do a training, just love how yoga transformed our lives and thus became motivated to share what we love so much with other people. Although we might not think...
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Ignite your fire in a summer yin practise Written by Sophie Nusselder Midsummer Summer Solstice in Chinese calendar is on June 21st. So…Today! This summer season, is the most yang time of the year and is filled with abundant energy, long days and sunshine. In Chinese medicine the element of summer is fire, which allows...
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By Sophie Nusselder When we teach yoga we want to create a safe space where people can experience themselves in the moment. I have been teaching in beautiful well-lit cosy and warm yoga studios but also cold gymnasiums, public school classrooms, dark basements and dusty small rooms in community centres. These experiences got me thinking...
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      What can be technical elements for a children’s yoga class? Written by Sophie Nusselder Every hosted a children’s yoga class? It can be superfun! In this blog I share a list of “ingredients” – elements that proved to be powerful in children’s yoga classes I hosted the last view years. Hopefully they help you to...
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The Power Of Eye Contact Have you ever looked someone for 4 minutes in the eye? I did. When I was in India in October 2015, I was lucky to join wonderfull heart meditation workshops with one of the teachers of Parimukti: Manjeet Mathur. Having eye contact for a longer period with people, who are mostly...
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Written by Sophie Nusselder I am 35 and single. Around me people seem to find life goals as finding a suitable partner, marry, buying a home, have kids. When I tell them I am single after having a five-year relationship, they sometimes look apologetic. Some of them politely are comforting me with things like “you...
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Written by Yoana Moya Moving From Passion To Compassion Allow your senses and your mind to move down to your heart. When your actions are driven by compassion and kindness, miracles come in a never ending stream. It is easy to say, and you probably like the idea too. However, this simple statement requires patience,...
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How To Incorporate The Senses In A Childrens Yoga Class? When I discovered yoga; in 2008 I almost instantly started to teach yoga to children. At the time I was teaching children creative writing and theatre and loved to use yogic elements to help them get to know their body, themselves and other children a little...
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