Ramiro calle clases de yoga

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Ramiro calle clases de yoga

Ramiro calle : yoga : postures and relaxation session

Jaipal Singh / EFThe practice of yoga examines the relationship of the human spirit with the material world, and how the spirit could free itself from suffering through discipline and introspection. And, in reality, it has very little to say about postural practice, at least in its origins and sticking to Patanjali’s Yoga-sutra, as explained in David Gordon White’s books The Yoga Sutra of Pantajali. A Biography, or Barbara Stoler’s Yoga. Discipline of Freedom detail about the origins of yoga and how it has spread through the West.
But today this practice seems to have evolved into a discipline, at least in appearance, rather physical. We find yoga classes in various gyms, sports centers, and yoga schools that offer a myriad of styles: Brikam, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Asthanga, Yin yoga. Yoga swing… Styles that, perhaps, far from bringing us the true essence of this millenary practice -and apart from the teacher’s training or the intention itself-, treat yoga as a niche market and a booming business, something that has little to do with this discipline.

Clase de yoga 30 yoga psicofísico por ramiro calle

Ramiro Calle es profesor de Yoga en Madrid. Fue introducido en el Convento de las Clarisas de Valladolid por un amigo periodista. Pronto la Madre Superiora le pidió que diera clases de Yoga a las monjas. Las fotos de esta página documentan su primera clase el 29 de enero de 2013.
Las monjas recibieron clases de Hatha Yoga más técnicas de respiración consciente y relajación profunda, así como algunos ejercicios de visión. En lugar de encontrar orientación en la espiritualidad de Santa Clara, San Francisco de Asís y, sobre todo, de Nuestro Señor Jesucristo, las monjas recurren a una religión oculta oriental para encontrar alivio al estrés.
“El yoga es ante todo un sistema soteriológico [lo que busca la salvación] que pretende conducir al practicante hacia la liberación definitiva: moksha. Nació como una técnica espiritual y también como un conjunto de prácticas para conducir la mente al trance del Yoga, el samadhi. Como ciencia, tiene un amplio alcance, abarcando la psicosomática, la psicología y la metafísica, además de contribuir a la medicina natural como posición vital.” (entrevista aquí)

Yoga class 37 freeing the mind by ramiro calle

What do you understand by spirituality? I understand spirituality as an attitude and a way of proceeding. A way of living based on nobility, compassion, cooperation and mutual help.    A way of acting that allows us to reconcile our own interests with those of others,
What would you recommend to world leaders to put down their arms and genuinely seek peace? I would recommend them to meditate, but they prefer to meditate in order to provoke chaos and thus achieve “profits in troubled waters”.
What do you have to give up to be free? Every moment, every instant, without carrying the old mind saturated with wounds, resentment, fear, desire for revenge, to disidentify oneself from the ego in order to be oneself; to disalienate oneself, to recover one’s inner home.
What reaction does death awaken in you? If we were conscious of death at every moment we would not be so petty, we would not have so many silly attachments, we would be more cooperative and we would love our loved ones more, because we can lose them at any moment.

Yoga class 1 agility and wellness by ramiro calle

Ramiro Calle is considered one of the three most important western yoga experts. I leave you the information that I found in a blog in which they describe the master Calle along with the other two experts. It has been a pleasure to collaborate with mindalia.
He is the most important orientalist writer in this country and one of the most important in Europe. Author of numerous works, he has studied in depth the therapeutic effects of Eastern psychologies and the contributions of meditation to psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and neuroscience.
He has made more than 60 trips to Asian countries, visiting India more than 50 times. He has been invited 5 times by the Government of India, in gratitude for his continuous work of research and promotion of yoga and Indian culture.
His disclosures have also been of great interest to scholars and researchers of the Samudrika Shastra treatise, who consider that the recently disclosed information could be the basis on which the aforementioned text has been drafted. The Samudrika Shastra deals mainly with the psychological implications projected by the morphological characteristics of the hands, the face and the external shape of the skull. Others interested in its disclosures have been the scholars of Vastu, who have found unpublished information on that discipline.