Yoga schenkt uns nicht nur die nötige Ruhe im Alltag sondern lässt und auch physisch und mental stärker werden. Als Yogalehrer(In) machst du deine Leidenschaft zum Beruf und bist Vorbild für viele. Was könnte es schöneres geben, als Menschen zu zeigen, wie sie gesunde Entscheidungen treffen können? Deinen Schülern zu mehr Ausgeglichenheit zu verhelfen und zu beobachten wie sie am Ende der Stunde in Shavasana komplett abschalten, ist ein wundervolles Gefühl, oder?
200 Stunden Yoga Ausbildung in Rishikesh, Indien – 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India
Stell dir vor, du machst deine täglichen Atem-Übungen irgendwo im Himalaya Gebirge, meditierst am heiligen Ganges und endest den Tag mit einer guten Tasse Chai auf der Dachterrasse. Stell dir eine atemberaubende Aussicht von deinem Yoga Shala vor, welche du niemals zuhause oder in einem stickigen Yoga Studio hättest haben können.
Imagine practising Pranayama between the Himalayas, meditating at the riverbanks of the holy Ganges River and ending your day with a cup of chai on the rooftop. Imagine this breath-taking view from the yoga shala that you could never experience at home or in a congested yoga studio.
"Meine Yoga Ausbildung in Indien hat mich komplett verändert, mir Kraft geschenkt und mein Herz geöffnet. " - Sophia Beestermoeller
"My yoga teacher training in India changed me completely, gave me strength and opened my heart" - Sophia Beestermoeller
A short intro about myself: I’m Lisa. 26 years old. From Lyon, France. Studied something with culture and management. Introvert yet quite outgoing. My nine-to-five-job almost killed me.
After my studiesgned my first working contract at a cultural centre in Paris. The work was fine in the beginning, but the repetitive and unmoti, I sivating atmosphere had a big impact on me. I thought that “this was it” and that I will be doing this kind of work my entire adult life.
Dualism refers to two entities (e.g. mind and body) which are in opposition and are separate to each other in some essential, irrevocable way. “‘Non-duality’ is a translation of the Sanskrit word ‘Advaita’, which simply means ‘not two’ and points to the opposite of duality: an essential oneness, wholeness, completeness and unity).
Many people in our world today struggle daily with the looming dark clouds of depression. The World Health Organization reports that more than 300 million people suffer from depression across the globe. With an estimated $17 billion USD growth projection over the next two years (according to the New York Times) the pharmaceutical antidepressant industry continues to grow exponentially
In today’s world, whilst managing the work and the personal life, we do not really think
much about our eating habits or eating schedule. Due to which the majority of people go through
digestive disorders like Constipation, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Gallstones, Ulcerative
Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, etc.
Yoga is a moving meditation allowing us to find stillness of the mind. Our stream of consciousness is constantly jolting from one thought to another initiating moments of fear, anxiety, and stress. If you are faced with daily bouts of anxiety and stress, a regular practice of pranayama, asana and meditation may help to calm the mind and soothe moments of negative thought processes and tendencies towards catastrophic thinking.
What is Yoga?
Yoga — a mind-body practice — is considered one of many types of complementary and integrative health approaches. Yoga brings together physical and mental disciplines that may help you achieve peacefulness of body and mind. This can help you relax and manage stress and anxiety.
Parivritta Trikonasana is also known as Revolved Triangle Pose. We already discussed Triangle Pose with you recently, so now we will focus on the reversed version of it. The main benefit is that you stretch and twist your chest and intercoastal muscles which will result in a better and easier breathing process.