In a stunning Tibetan monastery nestled in the Himalayan foothills outside Kathmandu valley, join these three transformational days to discover Yoga as the harmony of the mind, body and soul, to delve into Yoga philosophy and psychology, and to explore Yoga’s practical tools to bring integration and joyful balance into the various dimensions of our lives.
Whether you are a beginner or practice yoga regularly, come and enjoy the powerful energy, peace and surroundings of the retreat and take away a new practice to develop and treasure, including:
- what yoga is and how it can benefit you
- how our thought-patterns and actions influence the health of body and mind
- how mindfulness can reduce stress and change your everyday life
- yoga poses under expert guidance through plenty of asana practice.
In a stunning Tibetan monastery nestled in the Himalayan foothills, join three transformational days to find your balance and harmony through yoga.
: Pranamaya yoga
I believe that when we practice yoga consistently and devotional, one day we will be able to overcome life’s challenges and our fear of death, not just by intellectual reasoning and getting experience in facing our problems, but because a real realization happens. Yoga is the way. Yoga is the means to understand the truth, not just for health and well being, not just for living. Yoga is everything in life to me.
I am a certified yoga teacher from the International Sivananda Yoga Centre. I hold a master degree in Buddhism, where yoga is also the part of the course, and I studied Sanskrit, the language of yoga, at the Sanskrit University and the White Gompa.” See more photos and other events by this presenter
Today, my sharing of these practices is deeply inspired by my heart teacher and partner Emil Wendel.
Working with breath, movement and meditation Yoga allows me to reach a center point in which I feel a sense of stillness and attentiveness, a place out of which I feel content and grounded. From this place, I am able to share life with other Beings around me in a harmonious and joyous way.
I see teaching as an act of giving and devotion; my intention is to guide and inform my students, and to encourage us all to remain inquisitive, adventurous and non-dogmatic along the mysterious and magical journey that life is. See more photos and other events by this presenter
She also founded the first Ashtanga Yoga studio in Norway, Ashtanga yoga Oslo. Over recent years she has dedicated herself to Buddhist, Sanskrit and Himalayan Language studies, which has deeply influenced her teaching of Yoga as a tool for self-transformation and her understanding of the culture and traditions of Yoga and Nepal. See more photos and other events by this presenter