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In the practice of Yoga one can emphasize the body, the mind or the self and hence the effort can never be fruitless.

T Krishnamacharya

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Wed 03 Feb 2021

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

YOGA-360

Indica Yoga is pleased to present a 2 credit (30 hr) course titled - YOGA 360 - An in-depth immersion into the philosophy, practice & application of Yoga. This course will offer a 360-degree perspective of multiple facets of Yoga as a philosophy, as a practice, as a system of health and healing and also as a science of the mind. Further, this course will explore the core principles behind the practice of Yoga. At the same time, it would provide a broad overview of the content covered at Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram's teacher training courses. The course is primarily designed to integrate the philosophy of the Patanjali's Yogasutra with practical lived experiences and correlate how and why the tools of Yoga are relevant in this day and time.

The course will commence on 13h January, 2021 and go on up to 14th April, 2021. The details of the course can be seen at: https://www.indicayoga.com/upcoming-course-titled-yoga-360-by-nrithya-jagannathan/

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Smt. Nrithya Jagannathan

Chief Faculty

Nrithya Jagannathan, Director, KYM Institute of Yoga Studies, Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, a student of Sri TKV Desikachar with over 18 years of experience. Nrithya Jagannathan is also the Editor-in-chief of KYM’s quarterly e-journal on Yoga and Yoga Cikitsa. A life member of the Indian Yoga Association, Nrithya is a member of the Standing Academic Accreditation committee of the Indian Yoga Association as well. She has traveled extensively representing the KYM at numerous events/seminars/workshops across the world. Nrithya is trained in Vedic chanting as well. She is C-IAYT as well as ERYT-500 and YACEP. She is also Bharatanatyam dancer, teacher and choreographer, with many awards to her credit.

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