Having a Personal Yoga Philosophy

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 in Ashtanga Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Teacher Training

The philosophy of yoga gives meaning to the practice as it guides the seeker inwards towards the wisdom and peace inside. By studying the ancient texts of yoga philosophy we learn that the mind, body and spirit are all one, inseparable. We learn that there are many different tools like meditation, pranyama, asana practice and certain rules of living, Yamas and Niyamas, we can use when we explore our inner world. With a constant yoga practice we will connect to that inner...

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My Yoga Puzzle

Posted by on Jan 30, 2014 in Global Yoga, Yoga in Nicaragua

by Johanna Eriksson Johanna Eriksson is a former professional mogul skier from Åre, Sweden. Her passion is skiing and of course yoga. She is also the author of a cook book which has enabled her to travel through South America during 2013.  She completed her 200 hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training with It’s Yoga Nica in November 2013 and her goal is to spread the power of yoga among the skiers in Åre. You can contact Johanna on FB. Johanna Eriksson. My personal yoga...

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My Yoga Philosophy

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 in Yoga Philosophy

My Yoga Philosophy One of the requirements for our 200 hour yoga certificate is writing a personal yoga teaching statement. This is the yoga teacher statement written by Stephanie Gurewitz who did her training with us is July 2013.  Enjoy. Namaste Catarina Lacayo Director Its Yoga Nicaragua Breathe We often forget that we can control our breathing, and that we can control our life. In life we have choices; we choose what to eat, what to wear, what we put into our bodies,...

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