To be fully and completely there
I am here in my body: How to really feel your own body and why it is so important to develop a good relationship with it. By Angelika Doerne.
Asana: Backbends with Liz & Roland
Part 1 - Urdhva Dhanurasana: Finding deep expression with a stable foundation, supple spine and open heart. By Liz Huntly & Roland Jensch.
Moving through space
With Ajapa-Japa meditation, you don't stop in the doorway - you walk through it and begin to experience new things about yourself. About the beginning of Kriya-Yoga. By Hamsananda.
Preparing for Pranayama
How to prepare specifically for pranayama practice: Why warm-ups, learning the bandhas and expulsive breathing techniques are important - explanations and exercises. By Gitta Kistenmacher.
Part1: Introduction - basic impulses for the fascia: Knowledge and Practice. By LuNa Schmidt.
The art of meditative reading
If we really want to understand spiritual texts, we need more than just a sharp mind. Often the ancient scriptures only reveal their true depth and poetic beauty on another level of our consciousness. By Bernhard Spirkl.
Asana: Spirit Yoga - the recipe
The elements earth, water, fire and air stand for complementary aspects that enter into a harmonious interplay in our new workshop series. In Part 1 of the series, Patricia Thielemann-Kapell introduces the basic principles. By Patricia Thielemann.
The journey to our own strength
Discovering the power of resilience: How yoga shows the way to more To more ability to act, gives confidence in life and strengthens our And strengthens our resilience. By Timo Wahl.
Yoga as a response to stress
The reconfiguration of the mind as a way out of the pressure of suffering, towards an to an authentic and self-determined life: encouraging hints for a mental restructuring with the help of yoga concepts. By Anna Trökes.
Very many people among us suffer from the consequences of trauma of various kinds. But healing is possible: how yoga can help, how yoga can help you to go through life with new courage after a trauma. By Doris Iding.
Why polarity and duality are not the same - a discerning look at duality. By Armin Risi.
You are not alone
Liliana Lakshmi is a yoga teacher and co-creator of the "Bhakti Yoga Summer Festival". In YOGA AKTUELL she talks about the positive power of of loving community and about the essential importance of regular regular contact with nature. Interview: Nina Haisken.
Forbidden love in the Himalayas: Tiziana Stupia fell in love with a swami of all people with a swami of all people. How the hopeless love story ultimately became a path to self-liberation became a path to self-liberation, she tells in this interview. Interview: Doris Iding.
Remembrance of the essence
A.G. and Indra Mohan are among the few people still living who have been who were personally taught by Sri T. Krishnamacharya for many years. During a workshop in Graz we had the opportunity to ask them some questions to ask them a few questions. Interview: Melanie Müller.
Smile instead of grinding your teeth
More and more people are permanently under tension. Many people react with tension in the jaw and grinding of the teeth at night Teeth grinding. Yoga teacher and author Inka Jochum knows how small exercises can help small exercises can help. By Irene Dalichow.
From an Ayurvedic point of view, lunch should be the biggest meal of the day Of the day. Nutrition expert Daniela Wolff knows how to do this succeed. By Daniela Wolff.
Lotus: The much-appreciated plant
For centuries, the lotus has been a symbol of the spiritual growth of man Growth of human beings. We have tried to find out why so many Cultures and religions feel inspired by this plant. From Irene Dalichow.
Ayurvedic tips: Healthy bones and joints
Nutrition is a decisive factor for the health of the Musculoskeletal system. A profound illumination from an Ayurvedic perspective offers many important tips. By Kerstin Rosenberg.
How do I find the perfect teacher training?
The range of yoga teacher training courses is large and wide. Here you can find out which criteria can be helpful in making a decision, you can find out here. By Dirk Bennewitz & Andrea Kubasch.
The power of the feminine in yoga
"There is no yoga, nor has there ever been, nor will there ever be, comparable to the divine woman." By Ela Thole.
The serpent as power animal, healer and creator
The serpent has always exerted a special fascination on man and Man and teaches him many valuable lessons with its unique power Lessons. What the snake teaches us and what role it plays in ancient myths in ancient myths. By Doris Iding.
Dates, trends and news
The latest from the yoga world. By Nina Haisken.
Ashtanga meets Raga
How the classical Indian tone sequences with their very special Can fruitfully support the yoga practice and which fascinating tradition fascinating tradition behind them. By Stephanie Schönberger.
Yoga off the mat
Yoga where it is really needed
The Homeless University in Berlin is a mobile educational institution by and for homeless people. In March 2015, the yoga teachers Janine And Dania Schumann started a yoga course there, which they teach on a which they teach on a voluntary basis. By Julia Johannsen.
Yoga and winter sports
Skiers and cross-country skiers, snowboarders and snow tourers are getting are all getting their money's worth at the moment. How you can prepare for skiing with yoga and find hotels that combine the two, you can find out here. By Doris Iding.
Provocative answers to basic questions about yoga that are asked far too rarely. By Dr Ronald Steiner.
YOGA-AKTUELL readers worldwide
Yoga to the music of the waves: Aneta Gäb sent us an impression from Ko Samui
This time: Neem Karoli Baba. By Doris Iding.
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