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Geza started teaching yoga as a yoga teacher in 1975. He learned from European and renowned Indian yoga and spiritual teachers (1977-2019) mostly in India. Since 2016 he teaches also a unique way how to work towards spiritual maturity using the practical technique of Srí chakra sadhana.
Empowering the human system through Srí chakra sadhana – a unique way of working with the energies defined in the practical philosophy of Srí chakra – the experiential model of the micro and macro cosmos. Reflection, asanas, pranayama, mantra and meditation give the structure of training.
The training has 9 levels, and at the 3 ninety minute workshops, 9 will be discussed and 6 practiced. The training includes work with selected personality traits, Srí Chakra mantras, asanas, pranayama and meditation. The process will be supported by written course materials and the CD – Shrí chakra sadhana by both G.M. Timcak and I. Sedlacek). This gives possibility to continue the practice at home.
|Workshop Title||Workshop Time||Workshop language||Workshop Description EN||Workshop Description FR||Workshop Description IT|
|Yoga beyond asanas||Main Morning Workshop / Atelier principal du matin | 10.00 - 13.00 (Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday)||Language:English (avec traduction en français)|
Geza practices yoga since 1958 and was guided by a number of Indian yogis. He is well versed in various areas of classic yoga. Since 1979 he is a qualified yoga teacher, with extensive international expertise. His presentations focus on some of the often neglected areas of Western yoga culture.
The offered practices will include some of the shatkarmas (e.g. kapalbhati) and basic asanas as well as pranayama (usually ujjayi) and meditation with object and without object.
Then the basic models and practices of the Srí chakra sadhana which leads to Srí chakra vidya will follow. It is a unique way of working with the energies defined in the pratical philosophy of Srí chakra – the experiential model of the micro and macro cosmos. It includes becoming aware of the obstacles stemming from our personality traits as well as re-tuning them so that we can avoid getting identified with them in common life situations. Here reflection, asanas, pranayama, mantra and meditation give the structure of practice.
The workshops show also the importance of uncovering the ultimate experiential answers to the phenomenon of consciousness, its personalised, trans-personalized and non-personalized varieties through object-free meditation.