We have a special offer for our yogis that want to go deeper into their practice. Here’s your chance to experience Yoga Thai Massage plus two sessions of private one on one teaching so you can focus your practice on your path, all with a very good discount.
Take advantage of this opportunity, transform your practice and allow it to transform your self.
This will also make a great gift for anyone looking to start with yoga practice, to get a great personal experience and an introduction custom tailor for them.
OFFER VALID UNTIL 01.2016
This Wednesday 10.21 at 19:45
In the same way that when you sing Om you for a moment become this vibration, in an instance you are the whole universe, the singing bowl vibrations have a powerful effect on us, not just physically but deep in our consciousness. Come and experience it for yourself.
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Autumn in Ayurveda is considered a high Air season which can be cool, light, dry, windy, and unpredictable. All good things, but may cause some imbalances, specially if you are a Vata type (if you are already constituted by Air energy). A way to find balance is using warmth, oils, deep nourishment, loving-kindness, and a sense of stability, routine, and being grounded.
Find a happy balance and enjoy fully this season of harvest and abundance with a giving generous heart. Make it a Bountiful Autumn!
One Ayurvedic practice you may like is Oil Self Massage:
Try a routine of rubbing warmth oils into your skin every day. It’s warming, hydrating and calming. Self care rituals can be spiritual practices.
Oil Mix: Bountiful Autumn
Cinnamon and Clove Essential oils that are bring the right warming sweet spicy blend to this season.
Sacha Ichi Oil: I got this oil in Perú, it’s traditionally used for healing many different ailments of skin, muscles and general wellbeing. It has a light consistency that’s easily absorbed by the skin. It has an earthly smell. More about Sacha Ichi here.
Sesame Oil: Ayurveda considers Sesame TriDoshic, meaning that it’s soothing for all three energy constitutions. That’s why it’s a really powerful base for our healing mix. It smells a bit woody and smokey.
Hausgemacht and available exclusively at Yoga Raum Trier.
A workshop with Ken Rose, PhD
Saturday July 25, 2015
13:00 — 16:00
€25 (€20 for Students)
How do you define yoga?
Is yoga only a challenging and beloved physical practice or is it also an intimate and treasured spiritual practice? Some yogis think that the more modern the yoga approach the better, while other yogis want to trace their yoga style back to ancient India. Without realizing it, many yogis identify yoga with the yoga that they know without giving much thought to the many other kinds of yoga and to how they fit together.
This workshop explores traditional Indian sources of yoga’s unified physical, mental, and spiritual philosophy of life. Together, we’ll study the common core of teachings, practices, and goals that ancient and modern yoga traditions share. This will give us a larger understanding of why yoga, whether practiced in the forests of ancient India or in a yoga studio in Trier, has always been a practical philosophy of life.
About the Workshop Facilitator
Ken Rose, Ph.D., author of the soon-to-be-published Yoga, Meditation, and Mysticism, is a professor of philosophy and religious studies in the USA, where he teaches courses on comparative religion, happiness studies, meditation, and yoga. An avid yoga practitioner, Ken also teaches yoga philosophy courses in yoga-teacher trainings programs and at yoga festivals. He has travelled widely India and is well-acquainted with Asian yoga and meditation traditions.
Check out Ken and Beate Rose’s website at http://www.lifeforceyoga.org/