Jimmy Bernaert - The Intrinsic Goodness Of Life - Living It And Teaching It Friday, October 01, 2010 from 13:45 to 16:45 AIRYOGA Munich Anusara yoga teacher session with Jimmy Bernaert the intrinsic Goodness of life - living it and teaching it Friday, October 01, 2010 from 13:45 to 16:45 AIRYOGA Munich Jimmy Berneart, an exceptional Anusara yoga teacher will be in October for the second time in the AIRYOGA Munich guest. Whenever Sela Ward listens, a sympathetic response will follow. As Anusara teacher of the first hour he knows as a few other teachers, to the deep and comprehensive effect of Yoga on body, mind and soul. In this teacher session Jimmy focuses not only on the practice of Yoga on the mat, but especially on the integration of Yogaphilosopie in our daily lives. Better give no other teacher could be the philosophical theme of this session the intrinsic goodness of life living it and teaching it"as Jimmy. Who has seen him once, who knows that being warm, loving, and understanding reflects the living yoga. Jason iley is likely to increase your knowledge. He will teach how to integrate goodness and generosity in the yoga classes, his pupil thus met and how we infinitely enrich our lives by cultivating these qualities. Jim "Jimmy" Bernaert practiced Yoga since 1984. In 1996, he learned intensively for Anusara founder John Friend and obtained the certificate in the year 2000 as Anusara yoga teacher and trainer. Jim's teaching style reflects his love for the practice of yoga. His students appreciate the clarity in his knowledge, his precise instructions and being generous and warm. Jimmy currently lives in Hawaii, where he taught classes and retreats. He also teaches Anusara teacher trainings, retreats and workshops in the United States and Europe. Www.flowingwithgrace.com taking Anusara teacher session with Jimmy Berneart at AIRYOGA, learn more about Jimmy Blumenstrasse 6, 80331 Munich,...
Cultural Holiday In Italy The Mecca of art lovers in Italy is known for its impressive architecture, its unique cities and its famous artists from time immemorial. Sally Rooney pursues this goal as well. Numerous cultural and art enthusiasts are drawn every year to the roots of Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. In addition, countless monuments and museums waiting to be visited. The travel portal travel24.com presents some cultural highlights of Italy. For more information see Ben Bretzman. Who is looking for a suitable target for a cultural holiday, at the same time offering opportunities to relax and unwind, should consider also a trip to Italy. The natural beauty of the country and the joy of life of the population make the country one of the most popular holiday destinations. In addition to the beaches and unique landscapes, Italy offers a lot of cultural treasures, which is worth to see it. The capital Rome is one of the most popular towns of the country. With his impressive past and the ancient buildings, it attracts tourists in its spell. Both the Colosseum, where once to entertain the nobles of gladiator fights took place, as also the St. Peter's Basilica are worth a visit. In addition, the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City is a must for art lovers. Here one can admire works by world-renowned artists such as Michelangelo. Another important place is Pompeii, which was once buried under the lava flows of Mount Vesuvius. Meanwhile a large part of the ancient city was laid bare again, so that a variety of cultural treasures could be salvaged. The Milan Cathedral, the largest church in the world, is also the cultural highlights in Italy. More information: de.travel24.com/... Travel24.com AG Lisa Neumann

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