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Review of the recent Sacarest retreat - Mastering the Basics by Michelle Beazeley - Reading UK

I love going on retreat. I make sure I go on retreat at least once a year to keep my mind and body in check. As such, it kinda surprised me when I turned into Grumpy McGrumpster from the onset. Even before I had landed in Spain I was grumpy. No, actually, even before I had boarded the plane at Birmingham I was grumpy. A gaggle of girls were also boarding my flight full of giggles and fun times ahead on their journey to sun, sand, sea and booze. I couldn't help wanting them to shutup and let me be grumpy in peace.

 

Sudaka - Account of how my yoga teaching and practice are aligned to core yoga and Buddhist principles

ACCOUNT OF HOW MY TEACHING IS ALIGNED WITH THE PRINCIPLES OF SATYA, AHIMSA AND SVADHYAYA, I.E. HOW IT IS SAFE, GROUNDED IN MY PRACTICE AND MY STUDENTS’ PRACTICE, AND HOW IT IS TRUTHFUL. 

 

Testimonials from the recent open retreat in Sacarest - Mastering the Basics

Fantastic retreat which gives a good grounding in mindfulness and mindfulness based yoga. The retreat offers the right level of challenge versus support and I totally trusted Sudaka and Sadhita and their friendly approach. Absolutely glorious. Gaelle Tuffigo, London, U.K.

Review of the 500 hour Teacher Training, June 2014, in Solterreno by Jo Newman, Birmingham, U.K.

I came across Bodhiyoga in 2012, attending a yoga retreat at Ecodharma, and was incredibly inspired by Sudaka and Sadhita's teaching, which was grounded specifically within a mindfulness and buddhist context. In 2013 I gained my 200hour certification from Sun Power Yoga Teacher Training,  a course which gave me a rich and firm grounding in the practice, and since qualifying I have been teaching regularly across Birmingham.

Review of the 500 hour Teacher Training, June 2014, in Solterreno by Andrea Campbell, Norwich, U.K.

I started practising yoga in the early winter of 2004 whilst living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I was looking for a way to get back in touch with my body: my basic motivation was to get in shape. But from the first drop-in class I attended, I discovered that yoga offered access to a deeper way of being, a deeper awareness. While my teacher was not a certified Iyengar teacher, she was influenced by his teachings. Her attentiveness and her encouragement of her students’ abilities influenced how I would one day aspire to teach. 
 

Review of the 500 hour Teacher Training, June 2014, in Solterreno by Dharmacharini Aryajaya, Cambridge, U.K.

I have always loved yoga.  The body has always felt for me like a gateway into my experience, especially the inner realms of subtle energetic experience. The very real health benefits of yoga practice; toning, strength, improved immune system, diet, access to breath and energy have also been an exploration that continues in my practice. I first practiced due to an injury and yoga asana continues to be a way I deal with the tensions and strains of my body and modern lifestyle.  I am also a meditator and yoga asana not only supports this but informs it in many ways.
 

The New Bodhiyoga logo

We recently commissioned a Logo for Bodhiyoga.

Clearly we wanted an image that embodies what we represent and is both pleasing and striking to the eye which will be easily identified as Bodhiyoga.

The Logo has three elements.

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