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Vinyasa Yoga Philosophy

Vinyasa Yoga Philosophy

Yoga Philosophy : Vinyasa literally means “connection” and Vinyasa yoga is the practice of breath-synchronized movements. The flow is composed of a series of yoga poses where the yogi moves with the power of breathing. Practicing Vinyasa allows students to feel as if they are dancing with an intent to enter the inner dimension of […]

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Yoga And Cultural Tour in India

Yoga And Cultural Tour in India

At the end of each month we offer a cultural and Himalayan tour package to all of our guests at the Vinyasa Yoga Academy. Many students who have finished their TTC feel that they would like an opportunity to explore more of India while they are here. The choice to extend your stay after training […]

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Weekly Yoga & Detox Retreat

Weekly Yoga & Detox Retreat

Our weekly yoga program is ideal for those who have limited time or are just interested in “dipping their toes” in the world of yoga, meditation and spirituality! The course is tailored to the individual needs of the student. Whether they are wanting to deepen their practice or gain a comprehensive introduction to yoga, all […]

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Ayurveda

Ayurveda

Ayurveda One of the world’s oldest and holistic healing system is called Aryuveda. It was created in India thousands of years ago and is based on the approach of treating and assessing the mind, body, and spirit. Aryuveda encourages a delicate balance in the mindy body and spirit in order to live a harmonious and […]

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Silence Practice

Silence Practice

Silence Practice The practice of silence is a fast from speaking. This technique is used to create a deeper understanding of meditation. It is extremely important to practice the absence of speech in order to develop self-knowledge and live in harmony from within oneself. It is thought that silence helps clear the mind and deflect […]

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Types of Yoga

Types of Yoga

HATHA YOGA: Most forms of yoga fall under the umbrella term of “Hatha” yoga. In sanskrit the word literally means sun=”ha” and moon “tha” which is representative of balance. The full word simply refers to the physical practice of yoga postures to create balance. Hatha is designed to align and calm the body mind and […]

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Teaching Methodology

Teaching Methodology

Teaching Methodology While it is true that teachers are born and not made, proper knowledge of teaching skills and methodology help to support the role of the trained teacher so that lessons are understood effectively. We believe strongly in the idea that yoga teachers have a a very important and delicate role towards their students […]

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 21st  June 2016

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 21st June 2016

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 2016 Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice Having its origin in India, Which Aims to transform both body and mind. On December 11 in 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga. The declaration came after the call for the adoption of […]

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Contemplative walking

Contemplative walking

Contemplative walking The act of walking with a very directed and focused manner with focus on the actual act of walking. It is a method we can use to increase our mindfulness as we participate in a natural part of life. It is important to recognise that this meditation is not about contemplation during walking […]

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Reiki Healing

Reiki Healing

Reiki Healing Reiki is the “laying on of hands” with use of the “life force energy”. It is a Japanese technique which allows a flow of energy from practitioner to patient in order to increase ones “life force energy”. When a person is long on the energy they are more susceptible to illness and stress […]

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