The inspiration to create a 40 Day community practice came to me through many students feedback stating they just didn’t have the discipline to stick to a consistent practice. I know how much I LOVE these 40 day Sadhanas and the beginning of the year is when I always do one so last year for the first time I offered it out to you all and our first Sadhana was a great success.

I am now running 3 Sadhanas a year to cover all seasons. Winter, Spring/Summer & Fall. Our next 40 Day Sadhana begins January 30th – March 10th. We will meet every morning from 7 – 7.30am CET time. Weekly recordings will be available if that time does not suit you.

This daily practice will give you that anchor you can rely on.

Our New Year 2023 Edition will have us introspected, releasing and finding comfort in stillness as we work a practice that releases GREIF.  Grief is the shadow of our heart and what better time than to lift that shadow so we can enter this year in LIGHT?
The Winter period is a time of drawing inwards, resting, and recuperating.
Some questions for reflection:
How will I go about nurturing and nourishing myself over the winter?
Which yoga practices will energise me and help to banish the winter blues?
Which activities nourish me, and which activities deplete me?
How can I increase the nourishing activities and reduce the depleting ones?
The Importance of Self-Discipline by RADIANT BODY YOGA, Kia Miller
‘Sadhana (personal practice) is the cornerstone of the practice of yoga and the process of self-transformation.
There is truly no more valuable thing we can give to ourselves. It is this ritual of centring ourselves within our SELF that enables us to walk through life with an open heart and with grace. Sadhana is a practice of self discipline, which leads to direct experience and an expansion of our awareness.
Our sadhana, our spiritual practice, needs constant vigilance; old habits can be hard to break. Therefore we need to develop the muscle of self-motivation and will. We need to be willing to set aside time and to attend to the inner experience with the same enthusiasm we may attend visiting a new country for the first time.
Awake each morning with time to set up by aligning your energy, attitude and commitment for the day, and keep it up day after day. This consistency gives us steadiness and excellence over time and prevents us from getting swept up in a reactive mode to things around us. This daily practice also allows us to maintain our radiance and impact in life
In the Yogic tradition it’s believed that it takes 40 days to break any negative habits that block you from the expansion possible through breath, kriya or mantra.
Remember, a habit is a subconscious chain reaction between the mind, the glandular system and the nervous system. We develop habits at a very young age. Some of them serve our highest destiny. Some do not. By doing a 40, 90, 120 or 1000 day special sadhana, you can rewire that chain reaction. You can develop new, deeply ingrained habits that serve your highest good.’
I personally do a few 40 day practices / year and have done so for many years now. It gives me an anchor, a focus, peace & energy and so much more. I feel balanced and when I’m done I feel so good that I stuck to my commitment for the whole 40 days which is what builds integrity of character – keeping the word we make to ourselves most importantly and the most harmful to break.
We will work with a different practice each week. The practices will consist of small seated movements, pranayama (breathwork) and sometimes sound through using our voices to cleanse and clear our minds, bodies and spirits.
Monday January 30th – Friday March 10th, 2023
7.00 – 7.30 am CET — EVERYDAY
Invest: 40 euros for 40 days
Payable via: Revolut +356 99670342 OR direct bank transfer

“All sadhana is meant to purify the mind and make the mind one-pointed and inward so it can be directed toward the centre of consciousness within the inner chamber of your being. Physical growth is in the hands of nature; mental growth and spiritual growth are in your hands.” – Swami Rama See less


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