Conducting the Yoga Therapy course at the Mandala Yoga Ashram was a big privilege and an opportunity to share with fellow yoga practitioners.
It was my first course at the Ashram and I was very much touched by the enthusiasm, sincerity and openness of all 26 participants. I was very honoured by the interest shown in the course and the fact the many people came from so far away even as far as Holland and Spain!
Twelve years of living in London and I knew it was time for a change. I had recently graduated from a yoga teacher training programme and the course had stimulated my interest in aspects of yoga other than postures and breathing. I felt I had a lot to learn.
A serendipitous click of the mouse on a webpage link led me to Mandala Yoga Ashram in Carmarthenshire. I thought I’d go for a couple of days to see if a longer stay – perhaps a month or so – would be suitable.
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Anahata (Heart) Chakra is the centre of compassion which awakens through yoga. This is the chosen symbol for Mandala Yoga Ashram as we feel it to be the most important quality needed in the present era.