A Yoga Love Story. {Video}

Via The Global Yogini
on Mar 25, 2012
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Yoga as a science of life.

As I visualize this Yoga piece, I sense the real meaning of yoga as an experiential science; the science that guides our life to a higher level of consciousness on and off our mats.

Throughout this story, we livened up to a week of asanas, pranayama and meditation techniques. But, most importantly, we shared a deep commitment to self-understanding, self-development, and self-evolution. Sharing and learning yoga psychology—the way in which we can teach our minds how to think—and yoga philosophy—the way in which we teach our minds what to think—, enticed our imagination to a colorful yoga love story where our hearts were fed with tranquil and happy rhythms of life.

Stories like this one empower my heart and truly inspire my commitment to promoting healthier and more creative lifestyles, in which yoga becomes a true science of life.

The Ashiyana Yoga Retreat Center was the paradisiac setting of our ‘Trikaya Wings’ 2012 Ayurvedic Yoga Retreatone that will last in our minds and hearts forever.

 

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Editor: Andrea B.

 

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About The Global Yogini

Carolina Daza is a multi-faceted artist and globe-trotter spreading her love for yoga and the arts in a uniquely creative way. She completed her 500HR Ashtanga Yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance) in Paris with Gérald Disse & Linda Munro at Ashtanga Yoga Paris and has been leading retreats for numerous years. Carolina has a Master's in Contemporary Arts from the Université Paris VIII and completed a second Master's of Arts at New York University (NYU). While her studies at NYU, she lived at the Bhakti Center prime ashram in the Lower East Side of Manhattan together with her teacher Divya Alter, founder of the Bhagavat Life. Carolina has studied with senior level Ashtanga Yoga teachers such as Chuck Miller, Ron Reid, David Garrigues and Kino MacGregor. Besides her artistic projects, she is also part of YALACollective.com a worldwide community of creative wellness, organizing Yoga journeys and workshops around the globe. Currently she is based in Medellín, Colombia.

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7 Responses to “A Yoga Love Story. {Video}”

  1. Tanya Lee Markul says:

    Posted to Elephant Yoga on Facebook and Twitter.

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  2. Andréa Balt says:

    Thanks Carolina!

    Posted to "Featured Today" on elephant culture.

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