By Clare Hudson
Clare has been practising yoga for almost 10 years and meditation for three. After receiving her degree in Fine Art, she spent five years travelling all over the world, working for Greenpeace in Australia, hitchhiking across Scandinavia and studying yoga and meditation in India. Earlier this year, she launched ThoughtBrick.com, a site dedicated to meditation, mindfulness and self-improvement.
“Before you can change the world, you have to change yourself.” –Swami Vishnudevananda
This is the inspirational story of Sivananda yoga as we know it today.
Swami Sivanada (1887-1963) was a yogi, influential spiritual teacher, founder of the Divine Life Society and head of the first Sivananda ashram in Rishikish, India.
Introducing Swami Vishnudevananda
In 1947 Swami Vishnudevananda was rustling in a waste paper bin for a lost document. I have no idea if he found what he was looking for…
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