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The Ancient Way Of Yoga In Modern Life

starts Friday 22 june 2018 at 18:30

According to the ancient way of Yoga, we appreciate the human body as a sacred temple in which the divine energy of the universe rests dormant beyond our mind and normal state of consciousness. As Yogis, we use asana, pranayama, and other methodologies to awaken spiritually by becoming aware of this energy and by channeling it into higher functioning. This gives us health, peace of mind and spiritual awareness. The purpose of this workshop is to shed light on this ancient path in both theory and practice.

Daniel has followed this methodology for 20 years in order evolve physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. He teaches all aspects of asana, mudra, bandha, pranayama, and meditation as well as theory on how to live a yogic life in today's modern world. He has inspired many asana-oriented yogis to evolve their practice into a deeper consciousness-expanding experience that involves all aspects of Yoga science.

The workshop will teach you proper energy management through simple physical and mental techniques that can be followed by anyone. Therefore you need not be slim, young or flexible to join the workshop even if it is intended for yoga teachers and aspirants familiar with modern postural yoga.

Regardless if you are a novice, attended Daniel's previous workshops or are a teacher, this weekend will leave you with practical tools to inspire you and deepen your practice. It is open to all, but it is assumed that everyone can do a sun-salutation, some basic asanas and sit straight with crossed legs for 15 minutes.


There will be theory and practice in all sessions. Practice will include asana, pranayama, bandha, mudra, or meditation as appropriate to the subject covered.

Day/Time Activity


Introduction to "The Ancient Way Of Yoga In Modern Life" with a light evening practice. All welcome.


Part 1


Part 2 (open to those participating in Part 1)


Part 3 (open to those participating in Parts 1 & 2)


You may start at either the Friday evening or Saturday morning session and then continue through the following consecutive sessions. If you do not participate in Part 1, you cannot start with Part 2, etc. Friday evening is an introduction and participants are welcome to come just to the introduction, but if space is limited, we reserve the option to refund Friday-only participants if others registering later wish to attend the full program but can no longer find space in the the Friday evening session.

INFINY Membership fee

There is a 5 € membership fee if you have not participated in another INFINY asbl workshop in 2018 even if you are only attending a single session. The 5 € membership fee is necessary for insurance purposes.

Cancellation Policy

Payment is fully refundable less 20 Euros if cancellation is done no later than May 22nd. 50% lost if canceled by June 7th. If you cancel after June 7th, you may only be refunded if you are able to find a replacement for your place even if your cancellation is due to an illness.

Style: Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga involves physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), energy locks (bandhas), energy seals (mudras) and other practices to strengthen the physical body and to purify and balance one's energy to increase vitality, equanimity and joy of life. Go to the Hatha yoga page.

Teacher: Daniel Strausser

Daniel Strausser The spiritual way of Yoga that Daniel shares has become a rare commodity in today's yoga scene. Daniel lived and practiced in the caves of the Himalayas and was initiated into an ancient brotherhood of Yogis by his guru in the early 2000's. Since then, he has studied Yoga, Meditation and Tantra under great masters in India and shares the essence of his research with beginners, yogis and senior yoga teachers throughout the world. For 10 years, he ran a yoga studio in his native Sweden, but since 2011 he lives in Chiang Mai whenever he does not meet his Guru in India or teach internationally. Go to Daniel's page.

Location: Walferdange

25, rue Josy Welter, Walferdange. This warm and cozy setting provides an intimate and wonderful atmosphere for the practice of yoga. Easy to get to, with a bus stop 100 meters away and parking in the Mairie and the cemetery. Entrance is to the left of the house. Go to the Walferdange page.