Why Yoga Pranala?
Yoga Pranala is a combination of Vinyasa Flow(inspired by several yoga schools including the Sri T.Krishnamacharya lineage, Bihar School of Yoga and Hatha Yoga) and Mudra Pranala (Healing art based on energy movement transmitted by Balinese shaman Tjokorda Rai). Yoga Pranala effectively increases inner and outer strength, enhances mental clarity, relaxation, total presence and harmony.. Through Yoga Pranala you activate life force by connecting the two major energy poles inside the body, which manifest as ‘Prana’. In ancient Balinese, Pra means first, Prana power, Nala inner fire and Pranala circulation or energy flow. Prana and energy movement is the essence of healing mind, body and spirit.Yoga pranala is a very comprehensive practice that teaches us become sensitive to energy via the medium yoga. It includes, asana, pranayama, chanting, kriya, meditation, etc.
How do you go back to your inner peace?
Through my daily yogic practice. My practice has become the most important thing in my life. With my yogic tools, I can access to inner peace even in the eye of storm.
What is your top wellness tip?
I drink a half a lemon in lukewarm water for detoxifying my liver and practice coconut oil pulling every morning. Oil pulling is an age-old remedy that uses natural substances to clean and detoxify teeth and gums. The concept is simple. Basically, a person swishes a couple teaspoons of oil in the mouth for 20 minutes and then spits it out and rinse you mouth well. Oil pulling is best done in the morning, before eating or drinking anything.
Linda is teaching her next retreat at ONEWORLD retreats, Healing and Spiritual Development with Yoga Pranla 18 – 24 October 2015
Linda Madani is an inspired spiritual healer and yoga teacher. She has been living and practicing yoga on Bali since 1995, studying Pranala with respected Balinese healer Tjokorda Rai. Linda is a highly experienced teacher with students from throughout the world. She is registered yoga teacher with the International Yoga Alliance (E-R.Y.T. 500), a certified yoga therapist in both India and the USA and a member of the International Yoga Therapist Association. Read more about Linda