10 day’s Yoga Psychology Program
The program is carefully designed by Yogalife team to make sure you are a new person after the whole process. The program is based on Yoga Psychology and delivered under the expert guidance of Patrick, Manoj and Els. The program has a very easy approach unlike a certificate course. The real active duration of the program is 60/70 hours in total.
What we want you to give you /show you?
We work on all five sheaths of human existence (called the koshas). We will work with body, energy, emotions, mind and consciousness. We will use an integral approach of life through yoga.
How an Upward Spiral days look like?
We start at 7 am with a 90 minute session of Asanas, Pranayamas and Pratyahara. We have a small break with tea and fruit. We continue till 10 am (it can become 10.30) with exercises in self-exploration combined with lectures about life energy, emotions, consciousness and the human mind.
After that you are free to have an extended breakfast or early lunch. The weather will be fine, always a blue sky and around 25 degrees. From the Yogashala you can walk onto the beach for a long walk of hours in both directions on a very broad uninterrupted beach surrounded with palms and old trees. You can swim, relax, sunbath, socialize or talk with the teachers……
We start again at 15.30 with the art of yoga nidra, the art of relaxation combined with Sankalpa work (sowing the seed of intention in your life). We will do exercises in self-expression and share insights. We end with a 90 minute session of Yoga, Pranayama, meditation and we will do sun salutations by sunset until it starts to becomes dark at 18.30 pm.
After that you can shower, have dinner, socialize and explore the places and shop around Mandrem. Arambol, go to the night market on Saturday… or just enjoy the peace of your hut at Casa D’Calma… And all this for 10 days. You will feel how your energy will change and how you will feel new possibilities… This is our promise.
Strengths of USP (Upward spiral program)
The USP synthesizes the best of two traditions. The Western psychology tradition of research into the power of emotions, combined with the Eastern psychology tradition of research into the depth of human consciousness.
The three teachers have lifelong experiences.
Manoj in yoga, Indian culture, Hindu way of life and human psychology.
Els in yoga, tai chi, chi gong, Nia dance, creative art expressions and health therapy.
Patrick a lifelong Yoga practitioner, a Yoga teacher, a professional psychologist. A writer with his two well appreciated books across the world. His most recent work, Feel the highest possibility; Open the energy for positive change is now in preparation for publication
Goa, India –18th February to 27th February 2015
There are two pricing options.
The price includes
Yoga classes, lectures and mediation and personal USP sessions with Patrick/Manoj/Els
Lodging for the ten days (single rooms or huts)
Local assistance and guidance
(We could have included food also but Goa has a variety of different cousins and we want you to enjoy that. The food is very inexpensive in Goa)
How to book?
Send us your request to book on email@example.com and we will guide you to make your payment and also for your clearly guided logistics including Visa, vaccinations, travel and other important details. You can trust our organizational expertise and relax in peace
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