Ashtanga Yoga: Yamas - Aparigraha

Ashtanga Yoga: Yamas – Aparigraha or being undemanding

Consumerism, longing for things that we want to call #mine, works at the expense of our tranquility. Whenever we consume too much, we lose our serenity. Let’s take teaching Yoga as an example We want to hold courses, need a nice room, mats, pillows, there is work to do to organize everything around classes. This […]

thoughts on releasing control, zwei Frauen in Virasa machen entspannende Arm- und Handbewegungen, Yoga Einzelstunden in Innsbruck

Thoughts on releasing control

‚To release control, the only solution is to find our base of being. This is not withdrawal because this central position allows us to open up. When we open up like this we receive a lot of information. We offer our heart, and if we do not have a base, all this information overwhelms us. […]

SHAKTI

Meditation and Indian Mythology – SHAKTI

SHAKTI is the devine universal power of energy. She represents the active principle as the energy from which all manifestation arises. In the #tantric cult #brahma, #vishnu and #shiva are seen as the pillars of SHAKTI, the cosmic energy. Body (Brahma), breath (Vishnu) and the mind (Shiva) are perceived as devine aspects in each of […]

SHIVA

Meditation and Indian Mythology – SHIVA

SHIVA 🔥 is the dissolver. His essence is symbolized and worshipped in the ashes of wood. In the #yogasutra the quality of a shiva mind is described as citta vrtti nirodhah, a mental state where feelings and thoughts do neither control nor define us. Tranquillity arises and the immortal core of life in us can […]

VISHNU

Meditation and Indian Mythology – VISHNU

VISHNU 🐍 is the #preserver, the #eternal resting on #ananta, the #serpent. The essence of his power shows itself in the eternal breath and is symbolized as #ananta. When our breath flows smoothly and regularly you are experiencing the power of #harmony represented by the god #vishnu #mythology#yogaroots#yogainspiration#indiayoga#india

Brahma, indian Mythology

Meditation and Indian Mythology – BRAHMA

#meditation and indian #mythology BRAHMA🌸 symbolizes the #power of #creation. His four faces are looking to the four cardinal points. The essence of his power is represented as a lotus flower. In your practice you will discover the essence of Brahma in experiencing a feeling of #sthirasukham – lightness and stability 🧘🏾‍♀️ #yogaroots#indianmythology#patanjali#yogainspiration#yogaphilosophy

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Was sind die Doshas?

Das Tridosha – Prinzip im Ayurveda Ayurveda, die traditionelle indische Medizin, arbeitet mit den Prinzip der drei Bioenergien oder Doshas: Vata, Pitta und Kapha. Das Spiel dieser Kräfte im Mikro – wie im Makrokosmos zu beobachten, vertieft das Verständnis auf die Dynamiken in unserem Körper und eröffnet uns einen neue Perspektive auf Gesundheit und Krankheiten. […]

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In den Flow mit Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga 🌊😌 🔥

Du fühlst Dich eher steif und suchst mehr Beweglichkeit in Deinem Körper? Oder überflexibel und brauchst Stabilität, willst aber Deine Beweglichkeit auskosten? Du hattest nie was mit Sport am Hut, oder  gerade umgekehrt, Du kommst vom Sport? Für Dich bedeutet Yoga Spiritualität oder umgekehrt du kannst damit (noch) nichts anfangen? Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga paßt für […]

Das Konzept Asanas oder wie Asanas wirken

Wie Asanas wirken 🐒🐕🦁🐂🦅🕊🐢🐊🐍🐟

🐍 Immer wenn wir Asanas mit Achtsamkeit und liebevoll ausführen, entstehen vielfältige psychischen Erfahrungen. Diese haben das Potenzial, tiefsitzende Blockaden aufzulösen. Wie nebenbei wird der Körper gesünder, leichter, harmonischer. Im Geist und den Gefühlen gerät alles in Bewegung. Wir sind im Fluß oder auch noch nicht, weil es innere Widerstände gibt oder gefühllos üben. wie […]

How MEDITATION changes your stress response, Yoga für Ihr Unternehmen, entspannendes Yoga

How MEDITATION changes your stress response 🎈

„Meditation helps us to understand our mental habits by giving us the opportunity to observe them from a neutral vantage point.(…) It’s like watching a rainstorm from a warm, dry room. The peace we feel when we are watching our minds rather than identifying with our thoughts is the peace that is at our core. […]