mark kan dharma yoga workshop 2012

September 22-23, 2012 at first Croatian YOGA FEST
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday at 10am-1pm
LOCATION: ZAGREB YOGA FEST, Zagreb Fair, Avenija Dubrovnik 15, Zagreb, map


Reserve your space for this transformative yoga experience on time! Info & reservations at, tel:+385994922261.
Master Practice Maha Sadhana - Dharma III-V (Intermediate, Advanced & Teachers)
This class is for intermediate and advanced students and yoga teachers. The practice is Dharma Level V of Sri Dharma Mittra’s Shiva Namaskara Vinyasa series. Teachers and students, as well as teachers of all backgrounds from around the world commonly take this class. Be ready for an amazingly graceful yet extremely challenging practice steeped in 50 years of Sri Dharma's experience of the classical traditions. One of the joys of Master Practice is exploring variations of advanced postures you may not encounter anywhere else in the world of today, as well as the instruction in how to take the steps necessary to acquire these postures. You will be guided through a purifying Deep Healing Relaxation session which includes Yoga Nidra, and can begin to cultivate the mind through invaluable and profound sacred teachings on the ethical rules (yama), the yogic observances (niyama), the laws of karma, yogic diet, ancient varied breathing practices and sound techniques. Highly recommended for regular practitioners and yoga teachers. Caution: do not miss out.
Mark’s journey of self discovery began over 10 years ago after some time of feeling disconnected from the path he took as a visual artist. This, and Mark’s quest for more knowledge of this ancient science, took him to India, training as Sivananda Yoga teacher in 2006. That same year Mark reached a milestone in this enriching journey, through a first encounter with Dharma Mittra, bringing together the synthesis he was searching for in yoga practice and everyday life. Finally the lights were on and someone was home. This encounter soon took Mark to New York to study with his humble Guru.

He cultivates the qualities of yoga he has learned from the teachings of his guru, Sri Dharma Mittra -humility, compassion, understanding, humour, selfless service and non violence.

He believes his role is to serve and help others through the practice of yoga, enabling students at any level to overcome their fears and become steadfast in their yoga practice and in their daily life. The teachings he shares are rooted in the classical yoga tradition. Students are transformed by these simple ancient teachings, which embrace all aspects of the science of yoga from the physical to the mental and spiritual levels.

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