We offer JIVAMUKTI YOGA classes on our weekly schedule.
Every Monday and Wednesday evening: 19.30 to 21.00 hrs. See CLASS SCHEDULE HERE
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JIVAMUKTI YOGA is : the path to enlightenment through love and compassion for all beings
Jiva means individual soul and mukti means liberation. The name Jivamukti Yoga reflects on the fact that it’s possible to have a beneficial, fulfilling life while also progressing spiritually, perhaps even attaining liberation. JIVAMUKTI YOGA is : the path to enlightenment through love and compassion for all beings. An internationally-recognized form of hatha yoga, Jivamukti Yoga is founded on five tenets—ahimsa (non-violence), bhakti (devotion), nada (music), shastra (scripture) and dhyana(meditation) The Jivamukti Yoga method emphasises asana, scriptural study, devotion, prayer, music, chanting and meditation as well as veganism, environmentalism and political activism.
Karo’s classes are dynamic and energetic with a smashing play-list, teachings drawn from her own life experience and work as an animal rights activist. Karo has taught weekly classes since 2013 for about two years at THE YOGA FACTORY and some other studios in Sydney, Australia, she has also toured internationally teaching all over the world (9 countries, 16 cities and three continents to be exact) and she has been based in Lisbon since April 2015, where she has been teaching teaches weekly classes at the MANTRA YOGA LOUNGE but she also travelled often to teach around Europe, primarily Germany, she holds a very special relationship with Jivamukti Yoga Munich. She now teaches two times a week at FOODPRINTZ CAFE.
“I attended one of Karo’s workshops here in Hannover, Germany. To me she is an embodiment of Jivamukti Yoga, she embodies every part of the philosophy. She practices whatever she shares with her students: let it be Yoga, let it be food-veganism, let it be lifestyle or animal rights activism. Meeting Karo, spending time with her left me changed, enriched, inspired and blessed.” Stephie Linne, Hannover Germany.
Photography: Fred Madeira Photography