In this 3 weeks program the schedule will be a little bit more intensive with just half a day or a day free per week instead of the whole week end.
To get out of the routine we will have educational field days where we will connect with the elements of nature during the practices.
Living in the ashram enables students to focus intensively on their training, away from everyday tasks and distractions, fully immersing themselves in a process of learning and self-discovery. Students discover the joy of deeply engaging in yogic practice and lifestyle without their usual responsibilities and the busyness of daily life. A close, and energetic group environment is created to enable students to share their experience and learning process and thus collectively deepen their understanding of the yoga practice.
Students explore tantra yogic lifestyle, philosophy and arts. Together we will discover ways in which to implement the yoga experience into everyday life.
Through the Tantra teachings students learn about the energetic exchange between Shiva and Shakti, the two polarities, and how to integrate sexual energy into their yoga exploration.
Course content is focused on Kaula Tantra Yoga
Techniques of pranayama are taught in Tantra Yoga and Kundalini Yoga practices
Chakra work through the kundalini, tantra yoga and meditation practice
Intuitive Anatomy and Phisiology
Heyoca – the shamanic clown
Expressive Arts of the Being
Shamanism and Cosmovision
Tantric and Shamanistic Rituals
Durga’s Tiger Dance
Applied Tantra Philosophy
Yoga exploration laboratories where students discover other yoga techniques
Work with a shaman and medicinal plants of the jungle, or the Andes
Personal work or work in group
Morning session of theory or practical learning and yoga practice
Lunch and afternoon break
Afternoon session of theory, or practical learning and yoga practice
Teachings of applied tantra philosophy, mantra chanting, dancing or special arts events related to the course material (two or three evenings per week).