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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.

Pathways of Yoga - a personal exploration of three approaches to yoga - Sudaka

Dharmachari Suḍāka 

Co-Founder of Bodhiyoga International 
13 November 2019
Yoga. mindfulness and meditation are enjoying more and more popularity these days. There is a richness, breadth and depth of understanding evolving around these ancient spiritual practices of hathayoga (psycho-physical disciplines) as well as mindfulness and meditation. I want to draw out a few threads that are current in my own practice and teaching. This has especially come to light since establishing and running a yoga teacher training based on Buddhist Mindfulness teachings called Bodhiyoga International.


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