Everything starts with ourselves. Wouldn’t it be a good to realise that self-love is an emotional filter for our world, our own unique individualised perception. Knowing yourself, means we can care for others because we are self-aware first.
Can yoga help manage the ageing process? If your practise enhances your awareness of yourself and how you interact with your world then yes, it can.
Yoga is useful for making changes on the neurological level. So how can that help?
When you practice yoga do you know what your intention is?.
Yoga practice and intention? What is my intention when I roll my yoga mat out? As a yoga teacher or a student, your intention will effect the outcome dramatically. – What we can learn at a Scaravelli inspired Yoga workshop about the meaning of intention in relationship to a yoga practice.Continue Reading
To mark the 33rd anniversary of the Bhopal gas disaster, yoga studios around the country will be holding classes in support of the Sambhavna Trust Clinic in Bhopal.
‘Sambhavna’ is funded by the Bhopal Medical Appeal and uses yoga as one of a range of treatments for the survivors of the Bhopal Disaster. Yoga is used to treat chronic diseases involving the respiratory, musculo-skeletal, neurological and endocrine systems.Continue Reading
What is Scaravelli inspired Yoga? & who is Vanda Scaravelli?
Scaravelli Inspired Yoga is a form of Yoga practice that respects the ‘revolutionary’ understanding of Yoga shared by Vanda Scaravelli during the later years of her life and through her book ‘Awakening the Spine’.
Who was Vanda Scaravelli?
Vanda Scaravelli, the namesake of Scaravelli, inspired Yoga, was born in 1908 in Florence Italy, to a highly musical and intellectual family.
Her mother Clara Corsi, a teacher, was one of the first Italian women to graduate from University. Her father Alberto Passigli, a successful businessman, was instrumental in the world of music and opera helping to create the Maggio Musiclae Fiorentino and also the Orchestre Stabile enabling Florence to have its own orchestra; Vanda herself trained as a pianist to concert level under the tutelage of Ernesto Consolo. During her childhood and family life she was exposed to some of the century’s most formidable artists; the family villa Il Leco became a salon for such masters as : Arthur Schnabel, Arturo Toscanini, Federico Fellini, Bronislaw Huberman, Pablo Casals and Andres Segovia