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Non-Dual Yoga - Personal Development Course & TTC 2019-2020

What is Non-dual Yoga? Yoga in its self MUST be non-dual oth­er­wise it would­n’t be Yoga. The word Yog, in San­skrit, means Union, bind­ing and ulti­mate­ly One­ness. If the state of Yog is not Non-dual or One­ness, we can’t call it Yoga.  But as the Mind has the Art of split­ting like the prism cut one bright light into a rain­bow, in this train­ing, we learn how to go back to the One­ness and expe­ri­ence the Light before going through the prism.

In this train­ing, we will cov­er sub­jects such as Yam, Nya­ma, Anato­my, pranaya­ma, con­cen­tra­tion, con­tem­pla­tion,  med­i­ta­tion, phi­los­o­phy, dif­fer­ent Koshas, Patan­jali, Bha­gavad Gita and using oth­er tech­niques to find back our ori­gin, who tru­ly we are.

For more infor­ma­tion or per­son­al meet­ing before sub­scrip­tion, please con­tact us. A timetable is online.

Sub­scrip­tion includes 2 class­es per week: 990€

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