Velkommen til Kundalini Yoga Skolen.
Vi underviser i en effektiv, helhetlig og komplett form for yoga som er designet
for å møte de utfordringene som tiden vi lever i bringer! Vær med å øk din fysiske, mentale og emosjonelle helse med Kundalini Yoga. Opplev mer tilstedeværelse, styrkede sanser, indre ro, og rett og slett mer glede, harmoni og balanse!
Kundalini Yoga gir deg:
• Økt konsentrasjon og tilstedeværelse • Mer energi og overskudd • Indre ro og mental klarhet • Sterk kjernemuskulatur • Økt fleksibilitet • Stressmestring • Bedre søvn
Vi tilbyr: - Ukentlige klasser for alle nivå - Lærerutdanning i Kundalini Yoga - Yoga for Bedrifter - Gong Meditasjoner - Karam Kriya - Privattimer og Yogaterapi - Workshops’ og mer..
Vi holder til på Frogner og St. Hanshaugen i Oslo, samt Asker og Hønefoss.
For mer informasjon og timeplan se: www.kundalini-yoga.no
Yggdrasil Yoga school is one the oldest yoga schools in Norway. We are situated in central Oslo and have close to
thirty weekly classes in yoga and meditation. You are also welcome to our drop-in classes on Saturdays and Sundays. Furthermore, we also give weekend courses all over Norway. In the summer, we have retreats in the beautiful Norwegian countryside. See the website and contact us for more information.
Shannon (Sati) Chmelar is an American Yoga and philosophy teacher, writer, speaker, and therapist. She is the Founder
and Director of Vasudhaiva Institute, a global educational institute dedicated to the study of classical Indian thought, Yoga, and Buddhism. In all of her work she strives to illuminate how ancient wisdom teachings may help us overcome our daily struggles and cultivate a more compassionate existence.? Sati teaches in the United States, Europe, and Asia returning annually to Kathmandu, Nepal to lead various projects. She is currently based in Oslo, Norway with her husband. Sati's asana lineage is Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in the tradition of Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois and T. Krishnamacharya. She has practiced for over 10 years and is a dedicated practitioner of the complete Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Sati is a Buddhist in the Tibetan tradition. She has received most of her guidance within the Kagyu tradition but has studied under Sakya and Nyingma lineages as well. She has a deep reverence for various schools of Indian philosophy most notably Advaita Vedanta and Ashtanga/Classical Yoga. Her strong interest in comparative religion, contemplative psychology, and progressive education inform her pedagogy and her background as a performance artist and massage therapist influence her approach to therapeutic process.