Barcelona Yoga Conference a Green Event Green Yoga Association and the BYC join efforts to make the BYC a Green Event. We are passionate and enthusiastic for compensating fully our carbon emisions by creating a forest in the Brasilian Amazonas. When you register for the BYC you have the option of planting trees with us. […]More
The Barcelona Yoga Conference is an event where everyone can find inspiration. People of all ages, backgrounds, with or without yoga experience can be part of this celebration. A team of renowed and dedicated teachers from the five continents will come and gather to offer their personal vision of the ancient wisdom and tradition of Yoga.
The Guruji Yogacharya B.K.S.Iyengar (Guruji) is a living legend who has taught yoga in unique way to all his students. He finds the meaning of the yoga sutras by his practical search and regular practice of yoga. Thus, he has helped all to experience the wisdom of the yoga sutras. His style of teaching yoga […]More
Anusara (a-nu-sar-a), means “flowing with Grace,” “flowing with Nature,” “following your heart.” Founded by John Friend in 1997, Anusara yoga is a school of hatha yoga, which unifies a life-affirming Shiva-Shakti Tantric philosophy of intrinsic goodness with Universal Principles of Alignment. Anusara yoga has become one of the most highly respected schools of hatha yoga with […]More
Yoga Nidra (Sanskrit for Yogic Sleep) is a powerful technique from the tantric Yoga tradition. It creates an altered state of consciousness allowing the practitioner to enter the realm of subconscious and manifest effective and seemingly magical changes in their life. Yoga Nidra is a part of the Pratyahara limb of Raja Yoga, one of […]More
Yoga is not only the asanas, it is a whole life philosophy. Doing the best you can for the others is one of the yogic teachings. The Green Yoga Association with their projects gives us the best and purest example of original yoga practice. One of their projects, that should be a project for all […]More
What is Kirtan – by Jai Uttal “Kirtan is the calling, the crying, the reaching across infinite space — digging into the heart’s deepest well to touch and be touched by the Divine Presence. Kirtan is singing over and over the many names of God and the Goddess, the multi-colored rainbow manifestations of the One. […]More
(This is an excerpt of Anna Clark’s article @ http://www.alternet.org on Feb 10, 2011) ‘ Here is what the Africa Yoga Project wants you to know: it is not religious. Nor is it a collective of devil worshippers. If you come to AYP’s free and rambunctious Saturday morning class in Kenya’s capitol city, you will […]More