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  • Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System Introduction

    10.27.2012 1 0

    Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System

    Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System Introduction

    After watching the video, itemize the bullet points in each of the 5 circles from the video and then write a reflection on which of these bullt points stand out most to you on the suject of integrating wellness into your own life and why.  Let your reflection be at lest a paragraph in length and establish a goal within the reflection to begin your individualized wellness process.


    --Watch Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga System Introduction video-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FvspePWxk4 Qi-Yo's mission is to contemporize ancient spiritual traditions for today's modern world. A YOGALEIDOSCOPE drawing upon Chinese Qi Gong, traditional Indian Yoga and ancient Balinese healing techniques, Qi-Yo is a Multi-Yoga System and holistic mind-body approach that allows individuals to engage with their creative identity, and reconsider spirituality in our constantly-evolving global environment. Transcending the confines of the traditional Eight Limb yoga doctrine, Qi-Yo aims to broaden consciousness and instill life-improving practices. Conceived by Swami Agung in 1996, Qi-Yo combines pranayama, breath-extension with asana routines, as well as meditation, energy enhancement and cleansing, and visualization and chanting techniques to promote total wellbeing, mental clarity and inner peace. Originally from Bulgaria, for over thirty-five years Yoga and Martial Arts Master Swami Agung has dedicated his life to the exploration of self-realization techniques inherent in different spiritual teachings. Conducting research in India, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Switzerland, after his initiation in Bali by the Grand Sandhi Murthi Master, Ngurah Harta, he was given the title Swami Agung, after the sacred holy mountain in Bali, and received the blessing to found Qi-Yo.