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The importance of a mindful pregnancy for the development of the foetus - essay by Coco Noordervliet

From time to time we publish longer articles here submitted by our students, especially at 500 hour level training. This is the Essay 

"The importance of a mindful pregnancy for the development of the foetus." by Coco Noordervliet based in Holland and Spain. Many thanks to Coco Noordervliet for her endeavours.

special offer on the "Fundamentals of Mindfulness Yoga" 24-31st May 2019

**Thought about coming on retreat with a friend? Bodhiyoga is offering at this time a discount on the full rate if you come with someone else. Book together and pay less each. The fee will be 375 GBP per person for booking of two with a room reserved for the two of you, space permitting. 

Soon to offer 8th edition of the Mindfulness Yoga teacher training for 200 hours Certification

Bodhiyoga is offering another year of retreats and teacher trainings to help you launch your career as a Mindfulness yoga teacher or simply enjoy the stillness of a retreat. 

Remedial Yoga and Applied Mindfulness Teacher Training with us at Suryavana

Our module II advanced teacher training began about 6 years ago out of a desire to help teachers see and work with potential problem areas with their students. These typical maladies are things such as back problems, knee problems, shoulder problems neck problems and poor posture. Our work grew out of an observed need to give teachers these key skills to help them be more confident and effective teachers in the classroom and one to one.  


"The Mindfulness Yoga retreat I attended at Suryavana gave a massive boost to my yoga and meditation practices. I came home recharged and reminded of the huge potential of a mindfulness approach to yoga. The surrounding Spanish countryside is spacious, quiet and beautiful, and the accommodation and facilities clean and well taken care of. Sadhita and Sudaka have this brilliant ability to hold a group, keeping it focused, while being humorous and lighthearted, too. I will be going back!" Josh Gale, New Zealand (based in Heidelberg, Germany


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