Exploring Wholeness with the Chakras

Exploring Wholeness with the Chakras

Sun., 25 August 2019 – Sat., 31 August 2019

In Reith, Tyrol, Austria

Further Education Course with Nischala Joy Devi, USA.

Certificate of participation for 76 teaching units of 45 minutes each


In every human being there are dynamic energy centers, the chakras. They contain valuable information on the material and more subtle aspects of every action and every thought.


Ascending and descending energy channels connect the chakras between themselves and connect vitality and knowledge with every aspect of our being. When the channels are open, the energy flows unhindered and you feel healthy and strong. Daily stress reduces energy flow, which can lead to laziness, anxiety, depression or even illness.


With this new understanding, one can balance the body and the mind with the fundamental practices of yoga, and even relieve symptoms of disease. It opens up a new approach to holistic health.


Actions, thoughts and self-understanding are essential to health or illness. Here, body consciousness and breath consciousness combine with mental consciousness.


Together, common concepts of modern civilization are examined. Are they avoidable or inevitable? Through self-observation old mental processes and energy patterns can be resolved.


When simple techniques are practiced with a more refined consciousness, they can lead more deeply into the power of the soul, where the source of holistic health lies.


In this course, Nischala Devi combines a broad practical knowledge with intuitive mystical wisdom, the realization of one’s self.



Delight yourself by becoming aware of:

  • The esoteric nervous system (nadis)
  • The seven mystical chakras at the emotional and physical levels
  • How the chakras function interdependently
  • How freeing the energy affects our emotional and physical health and well-being, from simple ailments to life-threatening diseases
  • Practices include pranayama, meditation, chanting, mudras, elements, colour, sensory awareness, service to humanity, movement
  • The effects of Yamas and Niyamas on the chakras


Additonally a guest lecture as part of yoga vacation:

28 August 2019, 8 pm

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Nischala Joy Devi

Nischala Joy Devi is a masterful and compassionate teacher renowned internationally. Her experience is based on western medical training and many years of practice in the classical Gurukula system (ashram training). She became well known with her pioneering work in the yoga portion of Dr Dean Ornish’s Programme for Reversing Heart Disease.

Nischala Joy Devi is the author of the books The Healing Path of Yoga and The Secret Power of Yoga.




Further education costs:€760
Special rate for students & the unemployed:

Only for dormitory. Student ID or unemployment card is required for verification. Limited number of spaces.

In the smoke-free eco-hotel
6 nights
Single room:€420
Double room:€348
Shared room:€258

The registration is valid upon full payment of the training costs.
All rates include VAT and are subject to a 1.80 € visitor’s tax per person per night.

Daily schedule

Arrival day, Sunday, 25 August (arrival between 2 and 3:30 pm)

  • 4 – 5:45 pm Asana and pranayama class
  • 6 pm Vegetarian dinner
  • 8 – 9:30 pm Evening meditation, mantra chanting and course meeting


Monday – Friday, 26 – 30 August

  • 6 – 7:30 am Morning meditation, mantra chanting, talk
  • 8 – 10 am Course workshop
  • 10 am Vegetarian brunch
  • 12 – 3 pm Course workshop
  • 4 – 5:45 pm Asana and pranayama class
  • 6 pm Vegetarian dinner
  • 8 – 9:30 pm Evening meditation, mantra chanting, talk


Departure day, Saturday, 31 August

  • 6 – 7:30 am Morning meditation, mantra chanting, talk
  • 8 – 10 am Course workshop
  • 10 am Vegetarian brunch
  • 11:30 am – 1 pm Course workshop and leave-taking
  • Departure from 1:30 pm


Individual programmes are subject to change or cancellation.

Accommodation and meals

Accommodation and meals are in the non-smoking eco-hotel serving wholesfood organic vegetarian meals.

All guest rooms have wooden floors and furniture, health mattresses, shower, toilet, hairdryer, telephone and radio. Most rooms have a balcony.

What you will need for your stay

A meditation pillow for the morning and evening meditation sessions is recommended. A meditation shawl is also advantageous.

To practice the yoga poses you will need a non-slip yoga mat or wool mat. You will need a blanket to cover yourself at the end of the yoga class during the so-called final relaxation.

Pillows, shawls, blankets, mats and much more can be purchased in our online shop or in our boutique after arrival.

For your stay you should bring comfortable clothing, slippers, walking shoes, rain gear, torch (flashlight), bathing suit and towels. Eyeglass wearers should bring a hard case for safe storage during the yoga classes.


Bookings are closed for this event.