Traditional Hatha Yoga is a science of inner experience that leads one to feel unity. Precise and internalized learning of the different techniques will enable the development of a sensitive consciousness of body and breathing, with direct benefits to health and general wellness. These practices affect the five bodies of being, from the physical body to the subtle body that lies in the deepest part of us. With regular practice the experience becomes ever more profound over time, and life finds a new and deep balance. Our relationship with ourselves and the world around us becomes richer and more pleasant.
Workshop: Traditional Yoga
14 February to 16 February 2020 | 4:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation Techniques
Nathalie ANTHONY is a teacher from the “International Teachers Network” of the Kaivalyadhama Institute. She has been teaching since 1982. She has devoted herself to studying yogic tradition and to transcribing and translating texts. Her experience is based on two educational foundations:
- solid knowledge of the anatomy of movement and of physiology as applied to Yoga, enabling her to structure the postures and impart a profound understanding of breathing exercises,
- the authentic traditional contribution of Yoga as conveyed by Sri O.P. TIWARI from the Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute through practice and the study of texts, as well as training on the physiology of Yoga from the Institute’s doctors. She has also completed Chinese Energetics studies with Jean-Louis Blard and taught massage for a long time (certified Master’s Diploma)
A trip to India in 1989 to study Yoga and Ayurveda convinced her to meet Sri O.P. Tiwari of Kaivalyadhama and to become his apprentice. Thanks to him, she was able to receive knowledge of traditional Yoga as it continues to be passed down by some Indian masters.
French, Spanish and, if required, English.