Can you stay with yourself in any circomstance despite all distractions?
Nowadays yoga is a well-known concept. the attention is mainly focused on the body postures and the practice often does not go beyond the classroom. At Center Lothlorien, we teach Indian Classic Yoga, Yoga as it is taught in India. Here Yoga is “A Way of Life”. This course focuses on a number of basic principles of Yoga and you get practical tips on how you can use Yoga to remain with yourself in hectic everyday life.
A person consists of a connection between body, mind and soul. The soul is seen as your purest being, which is part of the galactic consciousness that we can sometimes get a glimpse of. Body and Mind are the parts that make us human. They are inextricably linked, every physical complaint has an effect on your mental state and mental problems lead to a physical manifestation in your body. During this course we help you to work on a healthy body and a healthy lifestyle. We will also consciously look at your own way of thinking and help you to exercise control over this. By being physically and mentally in balance you are able to ward off whatever life throws at you.
The activities are spread over 5 mornings and consist of workshops and group sessions, but also practical exercises such as Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation.
Attention is paid to your personal situation or difficulties. The week is given in English.
About Pinky More
The week is given by Yoga experts, led by Pinky More.
Pinky More was born in India. Here she has completed an advanced teachers training Program at The Yoga Institute in Mumbai, the Oldest Organized Yoga Center in the world. After a few years of working and traveling over the world she has settled down in the Netherlands to introduce Indian Classical Yoga, the traditional style of Yoga. In Kerala, India, Pinky has studied Ayurveda and started with Ayurvedic massages. Since 2012 Pinky organizes Yoga retreats at Centre Lothlorien in France. In 2019 she started the affiliation between Centre Lothlorien and ‘The Yoga Institute’. Currently, besides leading her own Teacher Training Courses in France she teaches in several other European countries and participates to Yoga programs in Ghana and India.