Marina Del Rey, CA
Marina Del Rey, CA
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Maria travels extensively with her Yoga Seminars around the World. Throughout 2008 she was teaching in Moscow, Petrozavodsk and St. Petersburg. Now she continues teaching in Los Angeles. She believes in Kundalini Yoga Technology!!
My Yoga tradition/style/center, Yoga practice, Yoga Master/s, Teacher/s
Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhadjan. I also practice Bhakti Yoga & go to Hare Krishna Temple in Los Angeles.
More about me:
With the Yoga boom all over the World, Maria has discovered a huge interest in Kundalini practice in Russia and is currently successfully teaching on the international arena, both in Russian and English languages. Her favorite Seminars are “Mind and Meditation-TRANSFORMATION” and Yoga for Women, which include various in length workshops: RELAXATION AND STRESS REDUCTION, REJUVINATION AND BEAUTY SERIES, DETOXIFICATION SERIES, BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM AND BALANCE YOUR METABOLIC SYSTEM SERIES. Maria is a member of P.E.T.A. and American Green Cross International and is a public speaker for environmental issues, including the 1986’s Catastrophe of Chernobyl and 2005’s Tragedy of the Hurricane Katrina. She helps Nature by being a vegetarian, as she does not believe in exterminating live animals. Maria boycotts wearing animal fur and actively participates in OCEANA’s actions to stop the brutal massacre of Dolphins by the Japanese Islands.
My Favorite Quote/What inspires me:
The twenty qualities of Jnana (knowledge) enumerated in the Bhagavad Gita are certain mental and emotional attributes, moral attitudes and ethical principles that are essential pre-requisites for a seeker who is desirous of experiencing the Infinite self.They are as follows: (1)Humility,(2)Unpretentiousness,(3)Non-injury,(4)Forgiveness,(5)Uprightness,(6)Service to the teacher,(7)Purity,(8)Steadfastness,(9)Self-control,(10)Indifference to the objects of the senses,(11)Absence of egoism,(12)Perception of evil in birth,death,old age,sickness and pain.(13)Non-attachment,(14)Non-identification of Self with son,spouse, home and the rest,(15)Constant even-mindedness on the attainment of desirable and undesirable objects,(16)Unswerving devotion unto the Lord by the Yoga of non-separation,(17)Resorting to solitary places,(18)Distaste for the society of people,(19)Constancy in Self-Knowledge,(20)Perception of the goal of true knowledge. Swamy Chinmayananda from Bhagavad Gita Chapter 13.
There is neither creation nor destruction, neither destiny nor free will, neither a way nor awakening. That is the final truth. Sri Ramana Maharshi