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Ramiro Antonio Calle Capilla (Madrid, 1943) is a yoga teacher and writer. He has written more than a hundred[1] books on various subjects, mostly philosophical or spiritual, but also collections of short stories and travel guides.[2] Since 1971 he has directed the yoga center Shadak, through which more than three hundred thousand people have passed.[3] He has also taught at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and has lectured elsewhere.[4] He has also given classes at the Autonomous University of Madrid, and has given conferences in other places.[5] He has written several books on yoga.
Among his books is «En el límite» (2011) where he narrates his near-death experience due to a disease he contracted in Sri Lanka, listeriosis that left him in a coma for several days and from which, despite the severity, he was able to recover.[8] He has also published a number of books on the subject.
His work as a popularizer of yoga and meditation in different media, including the program Saber Vivir (TVE), Otra Dimensión (Telecinco) and Cuarto Milenio (Cuatro), stands out.[9][10] He has also participated in radio programs of different networks including COPE, Antena 3 de Radio, Cadena SER, RNE, Onda Cero (as a collaborator in a travel program), Cadena Rato, Radio Voz, etc. He is known for being the yoga instructor of Fernando Verdasco, Gabino Diego,[5] Guti, the Queen Sofia[11] or Rodrigo Rato, who gave him a prologue to one of his

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Ramiro Antonio Calle Capilla (Madrid, 1943) is a yoga teacher and writer. He has written more than a hundred[1] books on various subjects, mostly philosophical or spiritual, but also collections of short stories and travel guides.[2] Since 1971 he has directed the yoga center Shadak, through which more than three hundred thousand people have passed.[3] He has also taught at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and has lectured elsewhere.[4] He has also taught at the University of Madrid.
Among his books is «En el límite» (2011) where he narrates his near-death experience due to a disease he contracted in Sri Lanka, listeriosis that left him in a coma for several days and from which, despite the severity, he was able to recover.[8] He has also published a number of books on the subject.
His work as a popularizer of yoga and meditation in different media, including the program Saber Vivir (TVE), Otra Dimensión (Telecinco) and Cuarto Milenio (Cuatro), stands out.[9][10] He has also participated in radio programs of different networks including COPE, Antena 3 de Radio, Cadena SER, RNE, Onda Cero (as a collaborator in a travel program), Cadena Rato, Radio Voz, etc. He is known for being the yoga instructor of Fernando Verdasco, Gabino Diego,[5] Guti, Queen Sofia[11] or Rodrigo Rato, who prefaced one of his books[12].

Ramiro to the street

Ramiro Antonio Calle Capilla (Madrid, 1943) is a yoga teacher and writer. He has written more than a hundred[1] books on various subjects, mostly philosophical or spiritual, but also collections of short stories and travel guides.[2] Since 1971 he has directed the yoga center Shadak, through which more than three hundred thousand people have passed.[3] He has also taught at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and has lectured elsewhere.[4] He has also taught at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and has given lectures in other places.[5] He is the author of «In the limit» (2011), where he narrates his near-death experience due to his illness.
Among his books is «En el límite» (2011) where he narrates his near-death experience due to a disease he contracted in Sri Lanka, listeriosis that left him in a coma for several days and from which, despite the severity, he was able to recover.[8] He has also published a number of books on the subject.
His work as a popularizer of yoga and meditation in different media, including the program Saber Vivir (TVE), Otra Dimensión (Telecinco) and Cuarto Milenio (Cuatro), stands out.[9][10] He has also participated in radio programs of different networks including COPE, Antena 3 de Radio, Cadena SER, RNE, Onda Cero (as a collaborator in a travel program), Cadena Rato, Radio Voz, etc. He is known for being the yoga instructor of Fernando Verdasco, Gabino Diego,[5] Guti, Queen Sofia[11] or Rodrigo Rato, who prefaced one of his books[12].

La ira, una historia espiritual.

Hoy nos acercamos a la vida del profesor de yoga español más importante de todos los tiempos, Ramiro Calle. Hablamos de un famoso escritor que cuenta con 250 libros publicados, 120 viajes a la India y casi 50 años enseñando la sabiduría oriental en la primera escuela de yoga española: Shadak.
Durante años, ha sido el mayor divulgador de la espiritualidad oriental en nuestro país. Es profesor de yoga y meditación y por su centro han pasado miles de personas. Sus obras son, en su mayoría, filosóficas y espirituales, además de varias recopilaciones de viajes e historias.
Sus enseñanzas se alejan de las corrientes más modernas, de ese yoga gimnástico banalizado y de la meditación aprendida en una consulta. Las enseñanzas de Ramiro Calle conectan con el camino espiritual, mental, emocional, de autoconocimiento y desarrollo personal. Su filosofía siempre ha bebido de las verdaderas fuentes.
Por supuesto, es un gran defensor de los beneficios físicos y mentales del yoga. Una práctica originaria de la India y con una antigüedad de más de 5000 años . Las enseñanzas de Ramiro Calle comprenden las enseñanzas originales de esta disciplina, que incluyen meditación, respiración, mantras y rituales. Es decir, yoga físico y yoga mental.