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An association of well-being and Of personal medicine, Piece of news(Short story) in the from the Ariège landscape,

Situated in the small village of Freychenet in 800 m of height, between Foix and Lavelanet in the Mounts of Olmes in the Ariège ( 09 ).


That we come from Foix, by way of Those or from Lavelanet by way of Nalzen, the small road then makes us discover mountains, meadows, forests, river which bring a certain quality of life to the inhabitants of Freychenet and beautiful ballads to the visitors who find quiet, tranquilité, ressourcement there.


To practise in it places is an invitation for beautiful sensations before your chosen session.

It is to forget the everyday life(daily paper) in an environment convenient to the well-being.


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The 1st session is free


From September till June


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Tuesday and Thursday

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10h-11h30 - 15H-16H30



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On Thursday 15h-16h30


[ Above the City hall]

On Wednesday 19h30-21h

Possibility of sessions at home

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15h-16h30 ¦ 17h-18h30

Possibility of sessions at home

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" The children can make everything, postures, breaths, concentrations, mantra, yantra, it is simply enough to adapt him(it) their being.
Current collective or particular, they have finally often more possibilities than the adults, until the puberty it is little as if they were still in connection with the gods and the supernatural. "
Christian Tikhomiroff-nâtha yogi

From September till June


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Wednesday 15h-16h


[ Above the City hall]

On Wednesday 18h-19h


1st bare session = Free

Annual membership(support) = 15 €

Session 1:30 am

The session 10 €

Failed 4 sessions = 35 €

Failed 12 sessions = 100 €

Session 3:00 am

The session 15 €

Failed 4 sessions = 55 €

Failed 12 sessions = 160 €


A training course of Yoga is a period of initiation and perfection which lasts a few days in an adapted place.

It is a particular moment of dumping in yoga,

Guided and adapted to all.

Winter, 2011
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Spring, 2012
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Inhale(Suck up) the life, restore the love

Every time to inspire you it is the life which flows(sinks) in you. This life drawn outside is burned in the internal combustion of the breath, as an offering, as oils him(it) who(which) interview(maintenance) the flame of the life.

Every time you expire it is the part of you even that is restored and - to resume(to take back) the image of the lamp - a little of your internal light.

Because it is the life which flows(sinks) into the breath, the universe gives you the most beautiful part of what it is. In turn to offer the most beautiful part of what you are by making of every breath an act of deep love: the Amur of this life when you inspire, love of you and the others when you expire.

If you realize it you will be assured(insured) to know the harmony, if you do not reach still here is an objective deserving of a magnificent human fate there.

Christian Tikhomiroff

Nathâ yogi


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" OM Shri Ganeshâya namah "


« Manage his(her,its) attention inside,

While having leregard Turned(Shot) towards

The outside, without movement for

To open nor to close eyes, it is

Shâmbhavî mudrâ, hidden in them

Védas and Sâstras.

When the yogin lives

Constantly with the spirit and the breath

Absorbed in the internal target

Antarlaksya ) although his(her,its) glance in

Immovable wards(pupils) is managed towards

The outside or downward, as if he(it)

Saw and nevertheless not seeing, this

Mudrâ really is Shambhavî.

When she(it) is reached(affected) by the grace(favor) of

Guru, springs radiant this

Supreme Reality of Shambhu ( Shiva),

Who cannot be expriMée as having

The characteristics of the space

Nor those of the non-space. »

( Hatha-yoga-Pradîpikâ IV 36, 37)




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The essential oil of Lavender is sedative, vermifuge, hypotensive, painkiller, antiseptic, bactericide and décongestionnante.

Besides its numerous therapeutic qualities, the essential oil of lavender can also be used diluted as care product to look and regenerate the skin.

Associated with the sesame oil and the sweet almond oil, for example, she(it) feeds her(it) and eases her(it) by protecting her(its) hydro lipid protective movie.

In the form of oil of massage, the lavender incites us to the relaxation to cross(spend) serene moments.

A bath with some drops(gouts) of essential oil or a decoction of Lavender calms down very well the babies and the agitated children.

With these qualities, this plant in the pleasant scent is thus strongly recommended for your sessions of Yoga.

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Our catalog of aromatherapy

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011 3 09 /02 / Fév /2011 10:00
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Some minutes to discover Nâtha-Yoga,

His(Her,Its) techniques, his(her,its) objectives and his(her,its) global nature

Who suggests installing(settling) the harmony between the body, the energy and the spirit.

Sunday, February 6th, 2011 7 06 /02 / Fév /2011 17:41
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Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 2 01 /02 / Fév /2011 10:00
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Pratyâhâra it is the retreat(withdrawal) of the senses(directions), usually constantly solicités towards the outer(foreign) objects, that are managed inward, so creating a state of deep meditation.

The Yogi can manage his spirit and his senses(directions) at will as a tortoise can remove its legs and the head under its shell then take(bring) out them again. He(it) becomes then independent from outside conditions.

In dhârana (concentrations), dhyana (meditations), in yoga nidrâ, we practise Pratyâhâra by keeping(guarding) the immovable body, blindly, the quiet spirit and the attention managed in itself. Gradually, the consciousness is removed in our internal space.


It is necessary to master Pratyâhâra to progress towards the concentration and the meditation.

And profoundly collected(taken in) in itself, we are capable of taking the measure of its own reality and loosened(kicked away) of any outside disturbances, to direct the flows of the thought with a bigger ease.

Dhârana Antar Muna, Trataka, concentration on the breath enter other has for initial purpose to lead(infer) Pratyâhâra.

So freed(released) by the outside disturbances, the discursive thoughts, the certain feelings such as the impatience, the fear, the doubt, the fear fade...


Monday, January 31st, 2011 1 31 /01 / Jan /2011 10:00
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Here is a technique to strengthen the stomach, eliminate gases, while exercising a purificatory effect in the digestive tract, while making disparaitre the digestive problems.

A technique has to make in our practice of personal internal hygiene (sat karma - kriya)

2_mudra_apan.gifShe(It) establishes(constitutes) to put itself in sat(based) classic with one gesture(movement) of hands (hasta mudrâ) such as jnana mudrâ or apan mudrâ

Put the language(tongue) in mudrâ khaki(persimmon) (language(tongue) in pipe) if possible and to swallow the air(sight) as if we drank some water by sips and to manage him(it) towards the stomach. Celui-is spray-painted while remaining relaxed.

Keep(Preserve) the air(sight) during a few moments in this region, then let take(bring) out the air(sight) by belching.

Repeat Bhujangani Mudrâ 3 in 5 times in succession.

Concerning Apan Mudrâ, he(it) eliminates the impurities and the toxin of the body as well as the urinary problems enter the other beneficial effects on the liver and the bladder, on the feelings such as the patience, the tranquilité, the confidence(trust), the internal balance and the harmony.

A very interesting hasta mudrâ which will be the object of a next article and the next current practice.

I recommend in all to get you Gertrud Hirschi's work " Mudras, the Yoga at the end of fingers " in the publishing(editions) The Mail of the Book of which I often refer in my educations(teachings) in particular this technique of Bhujangani Mudrâ.

It is a precious book for the practice of Hatha Yoga where all the forms of mudrâ are essential whether it is those of the body or those of the hands. A clear, precise, illustrated work, making reference to the former(ancient) texts such as Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gheranda Samita (cf. the NataYoga shop), a work where every mudrâ is associated with advice(councils), meditations, in brief book for your library(bookcase) Yoga.

Well kriya!

Sunday, January 30th, 2011 7 30 /01 / Jan /2011 09:25
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The gesture(movement) of the knowledge or the gesture(movement) of the wisdom

The thumb(inch) and the index are in contact, the other fingers are tightened(stretched out). Hands are managed upward or are face to face.

The thumb(inch) is in connection with Manipura Chakrâ, chakrâ of the stomach.

The index as for him is in connection with Anahata Chakrâ, chakrâ of the heart.

The major with Vishudha Chakrâ, the chakrâ of the throat(breast).

The ring finger with Muladhara Chakrâ, the chakrâ of the base, the chakrâ root.

The little finger with Svadisthana Chakrâ, the chakrâ of the pubis.

The thumb(inch) represents the macrocosm and the index the microcosm. To connect(bind) them together, it is the knowledge, the fruit of the union of the relation of the individual with the universe.

Jnana Mudrâ is a gesture(movement) of the hands which stabilizes the mental, which makes the energy circulate. We use him(it) in prânâyâmâ (breaths), dhârana (concentrations) and dhyana (meditations)

Use Hasta Mudrâ - gestures(movements) of hands, it is to allow the techniques of yoga to be stable, without them, the thoughts fluctuate.


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Friday, January 28th, 2011 5 28 /01 / Jan /2011 20:49
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In the sessions ofYoga NidrâWe develop the term and the practice of Sankalpa which means in Sanskrit " the resolution, the wish " under a positive assertion which we give ourselves to itself, repeated 3 times mentally on a retention to full lungs, at the two precise moments of the session of Yoga Nidrâ.

« It is the seed which you sow(scatter) in the bed of your mental »

Said Swami Satyananda Saraswati, a character from more famous in the education(teaching) of the Yoga Nidrâ.

This seed sowed(scattered) by Sankalpa is going to act, to work, on our capacity of will and our clarity(brightness) of thought to undo us of certain negative behavior. It is the seed of power that we sow(scatter) in itself, a seed which is going to help us to become that we would like to be and to live, by making an impression in our mental, quite as the fact daily all our expressions.

It is necessary to put some conviction, the intensity in Sankalpa so that this impression(printing) is strong and acts at best.

The stage of Sankalpa in a session of Yoga Nidrâ is thus fundamental.

His(Her,Its) practice allows to wonder about what we really wish and to grant(tune) the mental with our deepest need.

The first session of Yoga Nidrâ is going to be the 1st formulation of Sankalpa, in the course of the other sessions, the same Sankalpa is going to become refined, that is why it is necessary recommané to return to him several times, so that the mental includes him(it), the honorable, accepts him(it). On the other hand, it is thus necessary us to agree to repeat him(it), decently to accept the time(weather) to build a project.

His(Her,Its) formulation will be translated by a simple, positive, concise sentence. The mental then will register(record) very easily Sankalpa.

I let you think about it and says to you goodbye in a session of Yoga guided and very pleasant Nidrâ.


The flame of Sankalpa

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 4 27 /01 / Jan /2011 19:58
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In Hatha Yoga, we often use bîja mantrâ mentally during our practices and it in all the techniques.

Bîja means "germ", "seed"

The bîja is a monosyllabic phoneme. The mantrâ is a formula, a statement.

The most common(current) bîja mantrâ, most usually used is OM, RAM, YAM, HAM, LIMITED COMPANY, SO, KSHAM, HRIM etc. and by associating some, we have, enter other, HAM LIMITED COMPANY, SO HAM.

They possess in them a particular energy, a particular résonnance. We shall use such bîja mantrâ according to the popular effect.

If in your personal practice, you forgot which bîja mantrâ it is necessary to pronounce mentally, use then the OM

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Monday, January 24th, 2011 1 24 /01 / Jan /2011 10:29
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Two training courses of yoga are proposed in our premises to Freychenet:

  • yogaworld.jpg11 - March 12th and 13th " Internal Space "
    • Exploration of the postures, prânâyâmâ, mudrâ, energy system, mantrâ, displays(visualizations), nada yoga, meditation, nidrâ yoga
    • Accesibilité: persons already having a practice of yoga
    • Number of places: 5
    • Education(Teaching): 120 € // Accommodation(Hosting) in dormitory with shower + meal: 30 €
    • Reservation: 30 €

  • n36646139269_1102592_3706.jpg In April 29th and 30th " 2 days in Yoga "
  • The postures, the management of the breath, the relaxation, the concentration, the meditation, the nidrâ yoga, the sound massages.
  • Accesibilité: for all
  • Number of places: 5
  • Education(Teaching): 60€ // Accommodation(Hosting) in dormitory with shower + meal: 30 €
  • Reservation: 15 €
Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 3 19 /01 / Jan /2011 09:40
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The best tea leaves must be wrinkled as the leather boots of the Tartar riders, cracked as the skin of a buffalo, they have to shine as a lake shaken by the breath of a zéphir. They have to loosen(kick away) a flavor(perfume) similar to that of the mist which rises over a solitary ravine in the mountain, and their soft flavour has to evoke the earth(ground) under a fine rain... Lu


A green tea (it simplified sinogrammes??; it traditional sinogrammes??; pinyin Luchá) A tea little oxidized during its manufacturing is. This type(chap) of tea is very popular in China and in Japan, where he is considered for having the most effective therapeutic properties. He(it) spreads more and more in West, where traditionally we drink rather some black tea. It is also the basic ingredient of the mint tea.

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He(It) is interesting to bend over the virtues of the green tea which we are going to prefer to the black tea, in our everyday life and for our yogi's internal hygiene (nor).

The tea is a respiratory stimulant, it has a vasodilatatrice and diuretic action(share).

Polyphenols ( plant tannin) some green tea in particular have multiple beneficial actions(shares) against the bad cholesterol and in the prevention of the cardiovascular diseases, they favor the digestion and limit the absorption of fats.

Finally, numerous scientific hypotheses are in favour of the antioxidizing action(share) of the polyphenols of the green tea.
The tea is a plant naturally rich in vitamins (C, P, group B) and in minerals (potassium, fluorine).

The green tea can be advised(recommended) in all the situations of prolonged stress: diverse pathologies, psychological problems, convalescence, polluted environment (tobacco, atmospheric pollution)

Consume him(it) in infusion, several cups a day, even during the meals, by avoiding the evening because of its stimulating and diuretic effects. Choose a quality tea, a bio rather, avoid the tea bags which are often of less good quality. Prefer the whole, broken or crushed tea leaves.

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In the amber liquid which fills the ivory china cup, the initiated can enjoy the delicious reserve of Confucius, the spine of Laotsé, and the éthéré aroma of very Cakyamouni. Okakura Kakuzo

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 3 19 /01 / Jan /2011 08:57
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Agni = the fire(light)

Kriya = the act

Agni Kriya is a practice of cleaning ( Kriya).

He is also a conscript Agnisara Sara or Vahnisara Dhauti.

The fire(light) is the element which cleanses, which allows to burn the waste and to increase our vital energy. The fire(light) is in the center of the alchemy of the Yoga.

Agni Kriya is one powerful gesture(movement) of internal cleaning, by the stake in action(share) of the internal fire(light). It is a technique accessible(approachable) to all.

A technique which is going to allow a smooth running of the system of assimilation and elimination because Agni Kriya acts puissament on the abdominal sphere repercussions of which are beneficial on the physical, energy and mental plan. All the foods are concerned, whether it is those of the body or those of the spirit.

Uncountable profits: tonification of the abdominal organs, fortification of the abdominal muscles, masses(massages) the liver, the spleen, improves the digestion, settles the activity of the pancreas, acts on suprarenal glands, cleanses the body by increasing the digestive fire(light).

Agni Kriya maintains even improve the view(sight) (eyes are connected(bound) with the energy of the stomach).

Immunizing so practised regularly acts on the nervous system by the massage of the solar plexus and increase the defenses.

Agni Kriya can be practised as a single technique in its base form but also associated, once mastered, in the inverted postures or in the whole of the postures connected(bound) with the fire(light) in the body.

Agni Kriya is a member of Satkarman, the internal purifications (c.f the article on him(it) blog_ resources Nataraja)


2 positions are possible:


Up, feet spread(pushed aside) from the width of shoulders,

The a little bent legs,

The composed hands just above knees,

The sour(turned) fingers inward thighs.

Or in sat(based) posture, hands put on knees with the gesture(movement) of jnana mudrâ. One second posssibilité more powerful.

Eyes remain wide open and fix a point to the ground or the flame of a candle either converge on the tip of the nose, nasagra drishti.

Mulabandhâ, Kechari mudrâ.

Bîja mantrâ of Manipura Chakrâ and the fire(light): RAM

Expire, contract the stomach, hold the breath empty lungs, make go and come the stomach ( barratage ) in a regular way about fifteen times.

After the last shrinkage of the stomach, inspire slowly by inflating the stomach.

Then begin again the technique.

Do not go too fast when you push and pull(fire) the stomach, avoid the intermediate breaths which decrease the efficiency of the technique, decrease then the number of times, you will increase little by little, it is preferable.

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After about ten breaths, stay in the peace and the immobility and observe and savor.

Practise Agni Kriya in the morning the empty stomach. We can also have a practice at any time of the day, always the empty stomach.

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Sunday, January 16th, 2011 7 16 /01 / Jan /2011 10:10
- By NataYoga - Published in: THE BREATH - See 0 comments - Write a commentâsana is also translated by the posture of the chair or the almighty

It is a posture purely centred on the energies, on the stretching of the energy that rises in the vertebral column.

The égo, the personality are very fond of energy, the individual becomes then dependent from the outside. This type(chap) of posture develops the energies of the fire(light). The energies of the fire(light) allow the individual to cross the life with its tops and his(her,its) bottoms(stockings), the positive and the negative in a serene way, with strength, stability and equanimity.

Utkatâsana proposes a work on the axis, on the vertebral column, mulabandha, the stomach and the eyes.

She(It) frees(releases) The breaths, the tensions. Free the zone of the diaphragm in the heart. Help the zone of the heart. The passage of the heart is freed(released).

It is the real blessing for the vertebral column. This posture stretches him(it), relieves her(it).

She(It) makes work feet and legs what brings stability and stamina for a good motricity and a good tonic effect of legs. Legs become more autonomous and seek less the other parts of the body which run out much less.

She(It) stimulates muladhara chakrâ; other chakrâ runs out less also.


It is a quickly effective practice.

In 4 - 5 mn maximum we really feel a power, an internal stability, we feel even a not mental state. Balance, harmony.

· No particular contraindication.


Practice up in the beginning of session.

She can be made of two manners: static and dynamic


Several breaths either 1/2 (4 time(weather) of inspir - 8 time(weather) of expir), or 1/4/2 (4 time(weather) of inspir - 16 time(weather) of retention - 8 time(weather) of expir)

  • Up, spread(push aside) parrallèles feet of the width of the pond. We can squeeze(tighten) feet and legs, it is more difficult but more intense.
  • Opened eyes, glance opposite
  • Arm along the body or in Anjali mudrâ in front of the breast (more usual)
  • Mulabandha, Kechari mudrâ or Jivabandha
  • Bîja mantrâ: RAM in the inspri and KSHAM in the expir or SO in the inspir and HAM in the expir or simply OM


To expire, to open arms and to carry(wear) them above the head, the tense arms get(touch) ears, joined(contacted) hands.

Inspire, come down(fall) as to sit down on a chair.

Bend least forward. Almost right(straight) shins, thighs in horizontal (right angle).


Make 3/5/9 breaths – Remain 3 - 4 minutes in the posture

Go back up(Raise) on an inspiration.

Expire, hands in Anjali mudra in front of the breast

Then Padahastâsana ( The posture of hands in feet) – Relaxation, abandonment(relinquishment)

Dynamics: we expire, we come down(fall), we inspire we rise etc. during several minutes. In the last inspiration, go back up(raise), expire, hands in Anjali mudrâ in front of the breast. Then Padahastâsana.

Padahastâsana is not indispensable but allows to savor, to observe the made posture.

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Saturday, January 15th, 2011 6 15 /01 / Jan /2011 09:24
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A playful journey for the children

A beautiful ballad on the meeting of the Princes and the Gods

Here is of what have fun while becoming enlightened

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Thursday, January 13th, 2011 4 13 /01 / Jan /2011 10:34
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Here is a 1st exercise of occulaires techniques - drishti. This exercise is relaxant for the mental, has an impact on eyes, on view(sight). He(it) refreshes eyes when these are too much sought (computer screen, work of precision), he(it) helps in the sessions of reeducation of the view(sight), he(it) is going to bring a better view(sight) so practised regularly. It is a simple and effective exercise.



Eyes go from right to left and from left to right...

Eyes go at the top, below, at the top, below...

Eyes converge on the tip of the nose

Eyes converge at the top

Movements of diagonals:

Eyes go below on the right, then above on the left...

Eyes go below on the left, then above on the right

And finally, eyes are going to make several circles from right to left then several circles from left to right

You can add to this exercise, the movement of the square, in a sense(direction) and then in the other one.

Once the exercise was ended, rub your two palms of hands the one against the other one, put your very warm hands on your closed eyes a few moments. Mass(massage) then the outlines of eyes in a sense(direction) then in the other one, insist on the painful parts(parties).

He(It) not ya no contraindication to the " yoga of eyes ". The migraine due to the stress, to the occulaire fatigue, can be relieved by this exercise.

Often, we notice pains during the beginning of the practice, he(it) does not there take place to worry, it is the muscles of the eyes that miss exercise!

Have a practice during 5 minutes, every day.

If you work in front of a computer screen daily, have a break every hour, put your glance farthest possible a few moments then practise this exercise.

Sunday, January 9th, 2011 7 09 /01 / Jan /2011 17:49
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