Uta Bisseswar

Uta Bisseswar
Whatever insights and experiences were given to me so far on the path of Yoga I am sharing at this moment as a senior teacher within the Himalayan Tradition, mainly in their Teacher Training Programme of the Netherlands as well as for the ayurvedic study institute EISRA in its programme for becoming an AYURYOGA teacher and therapist.
As a teenager I had the great fortune to get in contact with great yogi’s like Swami Rama, Pt. Usharbudh Arya who became Swami Veda Bharati and Raja Gopalan. Fascinated by the holistic and complete system of how to approach life through yoga I followed the path. Since then I am practising mantra meditation - sometimes with good, sometimes with rather lousy results dealing with the deeply carved grooves of habit patterns being reflected in the meditation process. In my twenties I followed the 3 year teacher training programme of the Himalayan Institute Ahrensburg/Hamburg, in my thirties I spent two years in India undergoing a two-year intensive spiritual training guided by Swami Veda. And now in my forties while continuing my training in Holland and India I am doing the best I can to pass on whatever little I have picked up from the vast knowledge of Yoga.
At this point I am focusing on Ayuryoga, which means the integration of the two sister sciences Ayurveda and Yoga for helping people to find their personal way of practicing Hatha Yoga so that the energies in their body, the breath, their emotions and the movements in the mind come to a harmonious balanced state of relaxation and clarity.