9/03/2007

Sri Dharmadeva - Arturo Garcia


Sri Dharmadeva - Arturo Garcia (Mexico)

President of Alianza Mexicana de Yoga (Yoga Alliance of Mexico)

President of Yoga Dharma Association of Mexico

Member of International Yoga Integral® School
Member of World Yoga Council of International Yoga Federation
Director of Communications of International Yoga Federation
Member of Latin American Union of Yoga

5 comments:

sutrananda said...

Dear Yogis and Yoginis of the world:
Sri Sutrananda Presents:
The art of giving- an Enlightenment and Self Realization workshop.
Free over the Internet.
Register here:
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Everyday is Christmas ( The Art Of Giving )
Broadcast LIVE from Canada.

An Enlightenment and Self Realization Workshop.

Date: Thursday December-17-2009

Cost: FREE

Duration: 1 Hour. From 6pm to 7pm.

Description: In this workshop you will learn how to open the Heart Chakra, the Heart Chakra it is the second Kunda, if we want a world without violence, without crime, without greed and free of Fear, we must change the frequency of our heart. Be part of the change, "Be The Change You Want To See In The World"

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asmin said...

Power yoga is basically the westernized version of Ashtanga Yoga. While the general concept is the same, the session is accomp retreat yoga d by physically demanding activities not generally associated with yoga practices. For example, it is very common to find push-ups, toe touches, and various other forms of aerobic movement during Power Yoga sessions. Because of the heavy influence of aerobics, power yoga is a lot similar to a well choreographed exercise routine with one movement leading into the next and so on. It the most simplistic terms, power yoga is a combination of yoga and aerobic exercises resulting in a form of yoga that is physically demanding workout more so than a relaxing slow paced experience.

V.Pasztor said...

May LOVE , health, PEACE, prosperity and JOY fill you all in 2012!!!

V.Pasztor said...

Hello Arturo! How are you?