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White Lotus Yoga
March 29th, 2012 by tanja
Have you ever seen a beautiful white lotus in full bloom? It is a beautiful flower. There is something more special about the flower than just its beauty which is the message it sends us. When you look at a white lotus most people see the beauty, but what is missed is the dirty water in which it grows. Even... [read more]

Ananda Yoga Retreats
March 28th, 2012 by tanja
Yoga retreats are a great way to recharge your spiritual life and recharge. Taking a weekend that is spent in uplifting surroundings and new atmosphere will help invigorate your spiritual practice, promote healing, and renew your personal connection to the Divine. Working with yoga teachers at a yoga retreat will give you the chance to learn yoga, improve meditation skills,... [read more]

Ananda Yoga and Meditation
March 26th, 2012 by tanja
We live in a chaotic world where we run around trying to maintain some sort of balance and harmony. The daily demands that weigh us down can eventually take their toll on us. So, how do we rise above the chaos and remain in a healthy state of mind? Being able to have a plan to fall back on is... [read more]

Ananda Yoga and the Benefits
March 23rd, 2012 by tanja
The method of Ananda yoga has redefined the wellness program as we know it. Ananda yoga merges energy and harmony between our realistic and spiritual worlds. Yoga teacher training makes it possible for us to learn this style and guide ourselves to achieve the natural cognoscente state. (more…)

Ananda Yoga Teacher Training
March 22nd, 2012 by tanja
We need to be able to go beyond the physical portion of the exercise and dive into the deeper areas of yoga. It is a life changing experience for everyone that practices yoga. As you experience Ananda unique focus to working in unison with your body and its energies for spiritual growth and wellness on all levels you will wake... [read more]

Ananda Yoga Practice
March 21st, 2012 by tanja
Ananda Yoga is a technique that was founded by Swami Kriyananda. Our highest inner happiness is referred to as Ananda, which in Sanskrit means bliss. Ananda does not come from an outer source but is inside each of us. Many are looking to become yoga certifiedand find a yoga teacher training program that will help them achieve a stronger practice... [read more]

Jivamukti Yoga Benefits
March 20th, 2012 by tanja
The demand for Jivamukti yoga is growing as people are beginning to feel the magic it holds. Yoga teacher training is bringing more opportunities to your door to be part of this growing method of yoga. Jivamukti yoga is powerful and collects energy and power for the purpose of health. (more…)

Jivamukti Yoga Retreat
March 19th, 2012 by tanja
Jivamukit Yoga retreats are exactly what they claim to be. Leave your “normal” everyday life and come dive into a deeper yoga practice. Here you will give your heart and soul space and time to heal, enrich yourself in an exotic and earthy adventure!                                          What to expect! While you are away you will enjoy daily asana practice, kriya, pranayama and... [read more]

Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training
March 16th, 2012 by tanja
Jivamukti Yoga was developed by Sharon Gannon and David Life in 1968 with a contemporary yoga approach to living in the world today. The method follows the ancient scriptures and ethical ideals of yoga. The word Jivamukti is a Sanskrit word that mean living liberated. It is a yoga practice that views how spiritual values can help you work through... [read more]

Jivamukti Yoga Practice
March 15th, 2012 by tanja
Jivamukti yoga is one of the nine internationally known styles of Hatha yoga. The name Jivamukti refers to liberation while living. This meaning is pulled from the Sanskrit term Jivamukti which means the state of enlightenment or God realization. The part Jiva refers to individual soul and Mukti mean liberation. Yoga teacher training will teach you all about this method.... [read more]

Vinyasa Krama Yoga Benefits
March 14th, 2012 by tanja
Vinyasa Krama yoga is a style that was developed by the great yogi Sri t. Krishnamacharya and his son TKV Desikachar. This style is one of the more popular with yoga teacher training programs because while it moves with flowing motion it is also a mind calming practice. Sir T. Krishnamacharya has taught many yogis that have been responsible for... [read more]

Vinyasa Krama Yoga Poses
March 13th, 2012 by tanja
What are the vinyasa Krama yoga poses? What does Vinyasa Krama really mean? This term refers to the technique of connecting your yoga poses in a series. The connected movement and postures will then connect to your breath. Those that practice this method say that in vinyasa yoga the breath and movements are related and go together as one. Yoga... [read more]