Where is Yogi Vishvketu in 2013?
August 16-18, 2013: Akhanda Yoga Retreat at Sanctum Retreat in Alberta
September 18 – Dec. 18, 2013: Yoga Teacher Training programs in Rishikesh, India
February 1 – March 7, 2014: Yoga Teacher Training program in Rishikesh, India
March 28-30, 2014: Singapore
April 4-6. 2014: Retreat with Shiva Shakti Yoga, Byron Bay, Australia (contact www.yogainbyron.com)
April 11-15, 2014: Retreat in Kameoka, Japan (contact Eesha at email@example.com)
September 13-14, 2014: Pranav Kutir Retreat, Bologna, Italy (to register contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 20-21, 2014: Pastoral Reteat in Italy (for coming details please visit www.anandi.co.uk)
September 24 – December 16, 2014: Yoga Teacher Training programs in Rishikesh, India
About World Conscious Yoga Family
From its inception yoga has been experiential; teachers transmit the seed of knowledge, but true understanding comes through independent practice and mindfulness of the resultant shift on all three levels: physical, mental and spiritual. Teachers and students alike are on the quest for self-realization and together create a community that promotes and reflects this goal.
World Conscious Yoga Family was developed by Yogi Vishvketu and Chetana Panwar in 2001, in order to create an international community of Yoga teachers trained holistically in all of the diverse aspects of this ancient consciousness-raising tradition. We offer Yoga Teacher Training courses (YTT) at Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh (India), and in various locations across Canada (Toronto, Edmonton, Kemptville).
We call our holistic approach Akhanda Yoga®. Our Akhanda Yoga® YTT programs are professional certificate courses registered with the Yoga Alliance at the 200- and 500-hour levels. We also offer Yoga for Transformation retreats and workshops, and teach classes at yoga conferences internationally. World Conscious Yoga Family has also recently released a mantra CD Anando-ham, and an instructional yoga DVD entitled Moving into Bliss with Yoga, which presents a balanced sequence of asana and pranayama techniques in a harmonious and meditative flow set to classical Indian music.