Saturday 21.1.2017, 09:00 - 19:00
Sunday 22.1.2017, 8:30 - 12:30
costs: CHF 250 incl. snacks, tea & lunch on Saturday
Digestive problems and disorders are one of the most common health complaints of a modern man. They may range from the simple ones like indigestion, to the more serious such as the peptic ulcer and the like. They limit the ability of a person and sometimes tangibly reduce the quality of life.
In the science of yoga, and Ayurveda as well, it has been recognized that the source of health lies in the power of digestion. Therefore, in these two related sciences the proper functioning of the digestive system is considered of paramount importance for good health and long life. It has been stated that a strong digestive system is an absolute prerequisite for the state of good health and high vitality.
At the same time, digestive problems and disorders are one of the most common health complaints of a modern man. They may range from the simple ones like indigestion, to the more serious such as the peptic ulcer and the like. They limit the ability of a person and sometimes tangibly reduce the quality of life.
Practices, techniques, attitudes and applied principles of yoga in one’s life represent efficient and applicable tools for keeping the digestion in good order, and to manage related disorders if they already exist. They have been in use for a long time and have benefited a large number of people, increasing their vitality and helping them to get rid of disorders.
In this workshop the basic structure and functions of the digestive system will be outlined, yogic and ayurvedic concepts of digestion explained, and the application of the relevant yogic approach experienced. The aim is that participants leave from the workshop with better understanding of the importance of the care for their digestion, and with practical and applicable yogic tools to do so.
Dr. Swami Mudraroopa Saraswati MBBS, MD is a Yoga practitioner from early youth. From 1995 to 2008 he lived in India at the Bihar School of Yoga where he completed MS degree in Applied Yoga at Bihar Yoga Bharati university and then dedicated himself to sannyasa life. Since 2008 he resides in Belgrade, works toward implementation of yoga in various fields and writes for the magazines on the subject of yoga and conducts yoga programs all lover Europe.