The usual length of the workshop is between 2 and 5 hours. The scope, detail and length of workshops can be customized. Our workshop consists of a practical and a theoretical part. The following topics are just an example of possible areas and themes. A specific theme can be prepared according to your wishes and requirements.
We live in a world that tries to convince us that we can achieve fulfilment and happiness by owning things or by looking celebrities in the colour magazine. However, our experience confirms the passing of such satisfaction, and we are increasingly aware that nothing outside can fulfil the desire for something deeper. What is yoga and where do its roots go? Is it just a physical exercise? Is it religion, philosophy or ideology? Is it a way for the "Westerner" or are yoga techniques created exclusively for Indians?
Because we believe that we all want to mature and not to grow old, we have prepared a workshop for you which reveals the wisdom of Ayurveda and offers advices on how to "pause time".
Yoga contains techniques that allow us to live in full. Our goal is to show you that yogic wisdom is not only valid on yoga mats, but is also fully portable to our everyday life. We can say with certainty that some of the information we share with you will open a whole new perspective on the mystery of relationships and offer a new paradigm that you have not yet known.
In the Western world, the popularity of yoga has risen through physical practice, and this part remains the most well-known. But can we say we really understand it? What is the meaning and how the asanas and their practices have evolved and what is the energetic effect on the physical and psychological level.
Tantra is a thousands-years old tradition leading to the full development of human potential in the material and spiritual sense. It uses a variety of techniques for the most effective harmonious development of the body, mind and soul.
Through breath life begins and ends, without breath there is no life. By breathing we absorb a life energy into the body, which we call the prana. Pranajama means the expansion of the prana (breath or life energy) and is above all a set of breathing techniques for energy, harmonizing, purifying and calming our body and mind. Pranajama is one of Pathanjali's basic pillars of yoga, which has a fundamental influence to our body and mind. Pranayama should be an integral part of every yoga practice, since even minor adjustments to our breathing habits can fundamentally change our lives.
Mantras and meditation are an vital part of the tantric tradition and are an integral part of practice for those who chose yoga for as a way of life. This workshop is designed for advanced adepts who want to understand the vibrations, rhythm and syllables of Om, Maha Mrityunjaya and Gayatri and significantly deepen their knowledge and experience.
For centuries, knowledge of the energetic body has been part of the wisdom of physicians and healers from all over the world and has been and is part of yoga tradition. Yoga sees the human body as a vibratory energy phenomenon, in which there are Nadis that make up body systems. Blockages in Nadis lead to health problems both at the physical and psychological level. Modern science confirms not only their existence but also their importance. And not just at the body level ....