The name Shadow Yoga is derived from the 6th chapter of the ancient tantrika treatise ‘The Shiva-Svarodaya’ (the birth of the breath of life revealed by the god Shiva). This chapter, entitled ‘Yoga of the Shadow Man’, dealswith the intricate manifestations of the shadow and their significance both inside and outside the human organism. The […]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.
We are not just what we eat…we are what our bodies assimilate. So it is not only important to eat the foods, but to also cook them right, or in this case uncook them. Eating vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds in the least processed way possible, we can maximize the assimilation of nutrients. What is […]More
A little bit of history… Looking back in the ages, hoops have always been toys. Along with the ball, the hoop may be among the most popular toys. The ancient Greeks were the first to popularize the hoop, and many of their documents—including illustrations on pottery—show the hoop in action. The hoop was not only […]More
“Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.” Dave Stringer quotes those words from author Arundhati Roy to sum up the moment his life changed in an Indian ashram in 1990. Pre-India, Dave was a film editor living in Los Angeles. Post-India, he is a passionate kirtan wallah and world-travelling troubadour, singing Sanskrit love songs […]More
Describing an amazing practice like AcroYoga, I couldn’t find better words than the ones that the founders Jenny Sauer Klein & Jason Nemer wrote: “AcroYoga blends the spiritual wisdom of yoga, the loving kindness of Thai massage, and the dynamic power of Acrobatics. These three ancient lineages form this practice that cultivates trust, connection and […]More
On the morning of the 27th of September 1953, in a small poor fishing village, Parayakadavu in the Quilon district of Kerala, a baby girl was born. Her parents gave her the name Sudhamani. She came into this world not in tears as babies usually do, but with a beaming smile on her face, as […]More
Traditional Thai massage dates back to some 2500 years ago in India, in times of Ayurvedic and Yogic healing. It was brought over to Thailand as a medical practice by a famous Indian doctor “Jivaka Kumar Baccha”, the Buddha’s personal physician and doctor of the monks in the monasteries of that time. He is now […]More