Our evolutionary practice and teacher training empowers people around the globe to cultivate your life as your art, passion, and path of fulfillment. For 25 years, I have have served the roots of yoga, the emergence of vinyasa flow and the evolution of prana vinyasa along with sacred activism projects. As a global teaching collective, we serve the life-force in empower people to connect with the vinyasa of their lives to bring greater life-presence, vitality, and joy.
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Evolutionary Prana Vinyasa® Teacher Training Journey
We were in one of the huge rooms of an empty country estate looking out over the lush green countryside. In this practice, my body became a ritual vessel for this sacred movement meditation practice. Yoga was honoured as an ancient tradition with roots and lineage. It filled the spaces where holes had been, and felt like coming home. From that moment on I was hooked. I had already been practising and studying yoga and philosophy for many years, but not like this. I went on to do more workshops and then a hr teacher training with Shiva. There is something within it for every season of life. It connects us to the healing force of nature, the sacred texts, mantra, ritual space, the planet and each other.
with Shiva Rea
Kata est formatrice depuis Join us for the full HR program for the first time offered in Boulogne Billancourt! Plus practice labs, teaching, journaling, monthly check in calls and so much more! Movement is life for Shiva Rea, M. She has taught thousands of students, teachers, and movers and shakers how to integrate yoga as a way of life. Her studies in the Krishnamacharya lineage, kalarippayatu, world dance, yogic arts, and somatic movement infuse her approach to living yoga and embodying the flow.
Shiva Rea born is a teacher of Vinyasa flow yoga, and yoga trance dance. She is the founder of Prana Vinyasa yoga. She is one of the best-known yoga teachers in America, and around the world. Shiva Rea was born in Hermosa Beach, California, in ;  her father, liking the image of Nataraja , dancing Shiva , named her after that Hindu deity. The author and yoga therapist Janice Gates honoured Rea with a chapter of her book Yoginis. She has been called one of America's leading yoga teachers. Vanity Fair called her "the Madonna of the yoga world" in a desert photo shoot; the photographer, Michael O'Neill portrayed her in Dancer pose Natarajasana wearing bikini briefs and an outsize bead necklace, with two tigers in a featureless flat landscape. The article said she was "the best-known instructor of Vinyasa flow yoga" and famous for "Yoga Trance Dance". It stated that she visits up to thirty-five countries every year on her teaching tours. Official website.