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Mountain Pose Tadasana | Asana Explained How can we stand on our head if we cannot stand on the feet? In Sanskrit, tada means mountain and asana means pose, so Tadasana means mountain pose. Mountain pose Tadasana is one of the most important poses in yoga. It is the simplest and lays the foundation for […]

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Taking the next step! What’s the next step after completing Yoga Teacher Training? You have finished your intense Yoga Teacher Training. You are probably feeling elated, much more flexible both mentally and physically, stronger and more capable… Some of you will know exactly what, when and how you are going to proceed. But then maybe […]

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Why learn to become a yoga teacher? So, I am sure you haven’t failed to notice that the number of qualified yoga teachers in the world has risen dramatically over the past few years! Well let’s talk about that for a moment. Is there a reason for this? And what does it mean for the […]

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Preparing for yoga teacher training So, you have made the decision to take your 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training, or are considering it. Well done, you have taken the first steps on a remarkable journey! You will most likely be excited and ready to take on the challenge but on the other hand you may […]

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The Yogi Code; Exploring the five Niyamas The Yamas and Niyamas as set out by Pantanjali make up the first two points of spiritual practice in the eight fold path system of Ashtanga yoga (not to be confused with Pattabhi Jois’s system). The word Ashtanga meaning exactly this: Ashta meaning eight and anga meaning limbs. […]

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Exploring the five Yamas These days when we encounter yoga in the media or at a studio the main focus is the asana or physical posture. We see Instagram photos of yogis contorted into impressive poses. Or we see yoga as a means to achieve a tight and flexible beach body. This is how most […]

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Reaching Enlightenment through Enkriya Meditation The purpose of meditation The purpose of the meditation is to awaken the Kundalini energy by igniting the seven chakras or seven energy centers in the subtle body. It aims to evolve and connect oneself to the spiritual path. It is believed to awaken the third eye or Ajna chakra […]

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Pranayama: Expanding our life force What is Pranayama and why is it important? Let’s start with the meaning of the word itself. Pranayama is derived from the Sanskrit words ‘prana’, meaning the life force or subtle energy that resides inside all living beings and ‘ayama’, meaning to expand or enlarge. So ultimately ‘Pranayama’ means to […]

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