“It is just within this 'fathom long' body
endowed with perception and cognition
that there is the world, the origin of the world, the cessation of the world,
and the way leading to the cessation of the world.” Rohitassasutta, SN 2.26
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The cornerstone of the Dynamic Mindfulness method is a contemporary fusion of holistic asana flow and Buddhist mindfulness meditation. The approach to sequencing is a carefully crafted blend that incorporates: The vigor of sequenced asana…
In this fourth instalment of our series on the Six Perfections, we boost our energy levels by looking at Virya: Exertion.
The new lazy?
"I am soooooo busy," I said. "Oh my god, same here," my friend replied. We shook our heads saying this,…
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This invigorating standing yoga sequence is suitable for the outdoor practice. We love to practice it in the park or by the water. Hero salutation originated in the Zenyoga School in Croatia. The cornerstone of the Dynamic Mindfulness method…
This meditation in movement was developed by Master Sheng Yen of Dharma Drum Mountain as a means of allowing people living stressful and busy lifestyles to enjoy some of the benefits of Chan meditation. Eight-Form Moving Meditation is a set…
HOLD YOUR HORSES!
In this third instalment of our series on the Six Perfections, we explore the topic of “kshanti” – having patience or forbearance. Heard this before? “I’ve been patient with this, I really have…but I’m TOTALLY…
“The ultimate goal of spiritual practice is to transcend this world.”
True or false? For many spiritual disciplines, both Eastern and Western, the answer is YES – the goal of spiritual practice has been personal salvation; to leave this…
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Advanced Anatomy for Yoga Teachers
with Stephan Lautz
Rolfer, Somatic Experiencing and NARM Practitioner January 22nd and 23rd, 2018 from 14:00 till 17:30 A part of Dynamic Mindfulness Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Guest course fee: 150…
with Lorna Neuber
prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher and educator
Saturday, July 21st 2018 from 10:00 till 17:30 with tea breaks and a lunch break A part of Dynamic Mindfulness Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Guest course fee: 150…
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Twists, Hip Openers, Backbends, Forward Bends and Inversions
In the first part of this post about the categories of yoga asanas, or postures, we looked deeper into Standing and Balancing Asanas. In this post, we'll continue with an overview…
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Most of the physical movements and postures commonly recognised as “yoga asanas” haven’t been around that long, but have come to be widely accepted as sacred forms. But things are evolving quickly, and yoga is now adapting to evidence-based…
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