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Pathways of Yoga, Part II

Further reflections 

Having written “Pathways of Yoga, a personal exploration of three approaches to Yoga, a few questions arose. Principally, why? Why take up yoga practice in the first place. Why take up posture practice and why meditate?
 

You the yoga teacher; The pro’s and pro’s of the trade

Becoming a teacher is a big step and we want to help any budding yoga teacher move into a professional career through careful and nurturing steps to grow from being a practitioner to a teacher. 

James Mallinson on “Tantric Traditions and Haṭhayoga”

Professor James Mallinson is Senior Lecturer in Sanskrit and Classical and Indian Studies at SOAS, University of London. His interest in yoga grew out of a fascination for India and Indian asceticism – he spent several years living with Indian ascetics and yogis, in particular Rāmānandī Tyāgīs, and in 2013 he was honored with the title of ‘mahant’ by the Ramanandi Sampradaya. He took his BA in Sanskrit and Old Iranian at the University of Oxford, followed by an MA in Area Studies (South Asia), with Ethnography as his main subject, at SOAS.

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