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Yoga for Cancer

Over the next few months, we are sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from the ashram's recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.

This fifth in the series is from Jo Furnival Doran entitled Yoga for Cancer.  An excerpt from the introduction is given below, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.

Yoga and Bees

Over the next few months, we are sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from the ashram's recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.

This fourth in the series is from Reva entitled Yoga and Bees.  An excerpt from the introduction is given below, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.

Recent Satsang with Swami GyanDharma

Below is a link to an audio recording of Swami GyanDharma giving a satsang - question and answer session - on the recent Sound into Silence course at the Ashram.

Cultivating a Trauma Informed Approach to Teaching Yoga

Over the next few months, we will be sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from our recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.

This third in the series is from Rebecca Sutton (Rudrani) entitled Cultivating a Trauma Informed Approach to Yoga.  An excerpt from the introduction is given below, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.

Flowing with Ayurveda

Over the next few months, we will be sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from our recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.

This second in the series is from Margaret Clarke (Premdevi) entitled Flowing with Ayurveda.  An excerpt from the introduction is given below, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.

Yogic Rewilding: Towards an Environmental Yoga Therapy

Over the next few months, we will be sharing some of the final projects (~7,500 words) written by the graduate teachers from our recent 2015-17 Yoga Teacher Training Course.

This first in the series is from Olivia Desborough entitled Yogic Rewilding: Towards an Environmental Yoga Therapy.  A brief summary is given below from Olivia, and the link to her full project is given at the bottom.

Swami Satyaprakash

Swami Satyaprakash, who was a very dear friend and supporter of the ashram for many years, died last Thursday afternoon, June 29 2017. Both Swami Nishchalananda and Swami Krishnapremananda give their personal appreciation for who she was.

The Opening of the Heart Space - part 2

The opening of the heart space is supported by the clarity and spaciousness that arises from the Agya Chakra – the eye of intuition/ insight, and the self-empowerment arising from the Manipura Chakra – the navel centre. Without these twin supports, the opening of the heart can simply lead to becoming overly sentimental or emotional: this only keeps us on an immature level. It can be commonplace to talk about ‘coming from the heart’ yet, without skillful integration with these other chakras, such talk can easily be superficial.

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