Yoga, YOGASFERA YOGASFERA Un espacio Internet para reunir toda la información sobre el mundo del yoga y su esfera: centros, estudios, profesores, cursos,clases, formaciones, eventos especiales ... todo lo que ocurre alrededor del yoga y que podemos compartir: consultar actividades. Un espai Internet per reunir tota la informació sobre el món del ioga i la seva esfera: centres, estudis, professors, cursos,classes formacions, esdeveniments especials... tot allò que passa entorn del ioga i que podem compartir: consulteu activitats. YOGASFERA Welcome to Yogasfera, a page on internet that brings together information about the world of yoga: centres, studies, courses, teachers, training, special events, in fact anything that happens in the world of yoga that we can share together: consult activitie

Yogasfera incorpora una botiga Ioga on trobaràs una acurada selecció d'articles d'una excel·lent qualitat, naturals i respectuosos amb el medi ambient, de marques que rarament es troben al mercat europeu, totes elles amb compromís mediambiental i social. Yogasfera incorpora una tienda Yoga donde encontrarás una cuidada selección de excelentes productos para la práctica, naturales y respetuosos con el medio ambiente, de marcas que difícilmente se pueden encontrar en el mercado europeo, todas con compromiso medioambiental y social. Store Yoga, Manduka, Yogitoes, Mats, Yoga Bags, yogui towels. Estores de Ioga, esterillas de Yoga, bolsas de Yoga, bosses de Yoga. Accessorios de Yoga, accessoris de Ioga, Props YOGA Clases de Yoga, Classes de Yoga Barcelona, Calendario actividades de Yoga, directorio de centros de Yoga, tienda de Yoga
Gyantse, Kumbum, Tibet author:Víctor Domènech

We’ll begin today’s publication with a few thoughts about Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.

This is more than just another commentary on the great master work of yoga. Instead it is the clear wish of the practitioners (Sadhakas) who meet at the Yogaia yoga studio in Barcelona to practice and create shangha from within the practice of Svadhyaya: the study of our being through the ancestral knowledge of our masters.

Determined in our desire to establish our roots in the tradition of yoga through our lineage, and aware of the temporary nature of our existence and knowledge, by studying the Sutras and the Gita we can unite an uninterrupeted line of sadhakas who for countless centuries have grown with yoga (and themselves created yoga), within a family that offers new and transformational energy to these great gems of knowledge.

On a weekly basis we meet to listen, reflect on and share the words of Patanjali, in a simple yet continual practice. We feel the need to share our thoughts; believing that in this way we can contribute to strengthen the bonds of the shanga, by gathering to read, reflect, meditate and contemplate the knowledge of yoga.

For each of these sessions in Yogaia we aim to finish with a few minutes of meditation. Meditational silence is essential when studying the written word. Silence allows us to rest the mind and soften the heart so that the wisdom of the masters can transform it.

The practice of Svadhyaya protects the sadhaka from their ego, and continuously transports them back to the almost hermetic essence of this ancient wisdom.

Tapaḥ Svādhyāya-Iśhvara-Praṇidhānāni Kriyā-Yogaḥ

Kriya Yoga consists in the practice of Tapah, Svadhyaya and Ishvara Pranidhana

Sometimes we doubt whether we will have the strength and the discipline to keep up our practice, to walk straight in the hard path which is the life of a yogi. Kriya yoga is the action that removes that doubt. Kriya yoga is the action that transforms our lives in a ritual of service. Kriya yoga is the action that allows us to discover the vocation to purity that lies within every human heart. Kriya yoga is the door to the practice, the fundament, the root of any yoga action: Tapah, Svdhyaya, Ishvara Pranidhana.

Read more... Comments{ 4 } Author: Alvise Vianello

Jala neti

Richard Schmidt
Fakire und Fakirtum im alten und modernen Indien: Yoga-Lehre und Yoga-Praxis nach den indischen Originalquellen
Berlin, 1908

The Jala neti (Sànscrit jala, water, and netiHatha Yoga Pradipika refers to six Kriyas, cleaning or exercises to clean: Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Trataka, Nauli and Kapalabati, and Gheranda Samhita replaced Nauli by Lauliki. In both texts explain how to clean the nostrils with the help of a cord that goes from one of them and goes out by the mouth, of this technique has been borned the cleaning with salt water.

It is a simple and effective cleaning is done with salt water and returns us the sense to feel clean and fresh sea water and fresh air. The nasal douche, Jala Neti is one of the first kriyas and it's mentioned often when we began the practice of yoga and meditation.

Read more... Comments{ 2 } Author: Mariona Costa