Yogafestival 2015 at Villa Pamphili, countdown to MAXII

Yoga-Festival-2015_RomaPreview: The Silent Yoga Thursday, September 10, 2015 at MAXXI (Via Guido Reni, 4a, 00196 Rome, Italy)

Growing expectations for the new edition of the Yoga Festival, scheduled for the weekend 11 to 13 September 2015. The time of post holiday and the green spot of Cascina Farsetti at Villa Pamphili is increasingly swelling the ranks of enthusiasts and novices of Yoga in droves come together in the park.
This year the event will have a preview equally tempting: a special event at the MAXXI, Thursday, September 10, 2015,  starting at 19:00, dedicated to the Silent Yoga meditation will open with Carlos Fiel, Basque teacher known worldwide , in which the participants, thanks to high-tech wireless headphones that leave completely insulated from outside noise, will follow your master.

The main theme of this eighth edition of the Roman Yoga Festival will be “Healing“, the healthy aspect, therapeutic and healing of yoga, the natural well-being and a concept of healing starts from within and manifests outside. Many international guests, fans of Anusara Yoga from Germany will arrive from Australian as Barbra Noh, while Cosmin Iancu, romanian who lives in Spain and with a background in martial arts, will lead a “yogic journey of the peaceful warrior“, and Dominique Decavel With Yoga Kashmir, of ancient tradition, will discover the tactile sensitivity of the body. From India to guide panchkarma Dr. Sanjay Pisharodi and the healing power of food Dr. Rajesh Shrivastava, ayurvedic doctor.
New angle of Conversations of Yoga, the brainchild of Antonio Nuzzo who, with the help of her teachers, welcomes those who have questions, concerns, curiosity about Yoga for immediate answers and small practices of explanation.
Yogafestival, which will be followed in November the Milan edition, is a rare opportunity for those who want to “touch” about the world of Yoga: the parties concerned and the merely curious will enjoy the Free Class, free lessons and free open to all taking place continuously during the three days.

by Mario Valeri


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