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Yoga in Every Day

Yoga teaches us to connect with the innate healing resources inside of us. It promotes the integration of body and mind creating harmony in your life. It normalizes and stabilizes the various functions of the body system by cleansing and purifying body and mind. Asana, pranayama, meditation and chanting affect the nervous systems and balance mind and body. The best way to enhance the life force in the body is yoga combined with good nutrition and a positive mental attitude.

Yoga in Every Day  - Your Practice

Students often are frustrated with the irregularity of their own practice of Asanas (postures) and Meditation.  My instruction is to start small, this is the discipline to keep to until one feels their Saddhana -practice has become a habit in their life.  There is a simple technique to use. 

What happens  that prevents you from creating a daily Saddhana -practice is that you firstly get highly motivated (this is good), then you get on your Yoga mat, this is great, you made it to 2nd base and sometimes the most difficult part of  beginning a Saddhana.  So you are actually on your mat and begin with ease, oohh yes the body awareness feels wonderfully opening, stretching, warm and releasingthe mind is stilland so you go on until 1 2 hours has passed, you had the time that day for your Sadhanna, this is great.  Feeling fantastic you get on with your day.  The next day comes and you dont have 1-2 hours for your Saddhana, so you simply get on with your day.  The next day comes and you dont have 1-2 hours for your Saddhana, so you simply get on with your day.on and on this goes until one day your body begins to feel uncomfortable again, and your mind overburdened.  You get to a point where you must do something about this.  Remembering how good you felt after your last Yoga practice you return again to your mat, this is great, however, all the benefits you received from your last practice have dissolved and you have to start all over again.  Is this sounding familiar?

The technique to create a habit of Saddhana (practice) in your daily life is to 1. Put a clock near your mat, 2. Get onto your mat, 3. time yourself to 10 minutes of Sadhanna,  4. When time is up get off your mat  immediately, this is the discipline, and enjoy  your day.  Do this for 3 months, 6 mornings  per week.  Create a Sadhanna habit in your life, just as you would clean your teeth or take a shower. May you be at peace, May all be at peace, Kate Nirlipta




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Maya Tampilang
from : Jakarta - Indonesia
Kate Nirlipta is an inspiring beautiful teacher, she taught me how to balance my unbalanced guna's, she gave encouragement with her compassion and I had special emotional moment through her session class. Thank you for guiding me to understand the "Svadhyaya" and the yoga lifestyle about "cleaning the mirror" and "spreading the light". Always love her meditation, relaxation and evening activity. Love the healing power of song "I am the light of my soul" every time I hear the song my heart & soul feels like a blooming lotus flower. I feel so blessed to have you as my teacher and you have helped me to spread my wings…absolutely transforming. Terima kasih banyak ibu cantik. Love always

Robyn Sedgwick
from : Australia
I am delighted to recommend Kate Nirlipta to anyone at all who is interested in experiencing heart based wisdom through embodied yoga. She is simply the best yoga teacher I have been fortunate enough to learn from. Her approach remains influential in my own practice and teaching. Kate first inspired me fifteen years ago to practice yoga. I was an ex dance teacher still grappling with issues resulting from a car accident and a crushed T12. Her sensitive and knowledgable teaching helped me discover a new way of experiencing my self and my body and began my love affair with the transformative power of yoga on all levels. She also introduced me to the incredible practice of Yoga Nidra . Last year in 2012 I attended a yoga teacher training intensive in Bali largely for the opportunity to again learn from Kate. Her mastery as a teacher and her heart felt warmth and compassion was acknowledged and highly valued by all in the course who were wide ranging in age and cultural backgrounds. She embodies her teaching and has encouraged us all to find our own authentic way to do this in our practice and the classes we offer. I'm deeply grateful for the opportunity to learn from her and would encourage anyone of any age or experience to take to opportunity to learn from this outstanding teacher.

Jacki, Narooma
from : NSW, Australia
I love yoga with Kate! Yoga day is my favourite day of the week, a special time I dedicate to myself.
Kate has shown me that yoga is so much more than postures and stretches.Her knowledge and experience is shared gently with love and kindness.The Breathing Space studio is filled with loving, healing energy. Natural light floods the room, the birds sing in the garden and the ocean waves area gentle sigh in the distance. A very special place to practice yoga and meditation.
I feel blessed to have found Kate and her classes. Her yoga is the real deal, truly a mind, body and spirit experience. Thank you Kate.

Kate Nirlipta

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