28 Sept. – 05 Oct. , with Celine Ryf & Heidi Aemisegger

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Jivamukti & Pranayama Retreat with Celine Ryf & Heidi Aemisegger

(28 September - 05 October 2018)




Be Grateful – Be Great Retreat A Jivamukti Yoga & Pranayama Experience with Dhyāyinī (Heidi Aemisegger) & Céline Ryf The practice of gratitude is a deep yogic practice that can completely change the perception of yourself and the world around you. Focusing on that which we have been given instead of on that which is lacking will make us feel more whole and at ease. According to the yogic teachings this is our natural state. The regular practice of asana, pranayama, meditation and mantra combined with the appreciation of the gifts of mother nature that are so apparent in Triopetra supports our journey within – the journey to who we really are.  



Daily schedule (changes are possible)

07.00-08.30: Meditation, Mantra, Pranayama
08.30: Breakfast
10.00-12.30: Jivamukti Yoga Practice
13.00 Lunch
Afternoons free for beach, excursions etc
18.30 Dinner
4 times a week either before or after Dinner: Restorative Yoga, Meditation, Mantra, Lecture, Discussion

Celine Ryf

CÈLINE is an advanced certified Jivamukti teacher. She has studied many years under the guidance of her beloved mentor Yogeswari and Jivamukti Yoga founders Sharon Gannon and David Life. She has also studied with Sharat Jois as well as with Sanskrit and Yoga philosophy teachers Jayashree and Narasimha in Mysore (India). Sanskrit teacher Manorama is a another and continuous source of inspiration. Céline is a co-director of Dayayoga Bern where she teaches regular classes. She has a peaceful yet powerful way to encourage students to question things and find the truth within.


Heidi Aemisegger

HEIDI Dhyāyinī  is a former dancer and choreographer with more than 20 years of experience on stage. She is deeply rooted in the Ashtanga Yoga system which she teaches in the classical Mysore style. In 2014 Dhyāyinī graduated from the 300 hour Jivamukti Yoga teacher training. Years of study with renown Pranayama teachers O.P. Tiwari and Paul Dallaghan have deepened her understanding of Pranayama which she now shares with students. Meeting Manorama in 2011 was another turning point. Dhyāyinī now studies intensively with the Sanskrit and philosophy teacher who gave her her spiritual name. Heidi is also a co-cirector of Dayayoga and lives and  teaches regular classes in Bern.


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