Global Yoga Congress – 3 days


Entry valid during the 3 days of the Global Yoga Congress (12, 13 and 14 October 2018).

All registrations will receive a Desigual gift t-shirt.

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325€

Global Yoga Congress – 2 days


Entry valid for two days of the Global Yoga Congress to choose between 12, 13 and 14 October.

With the purchase of this ticket you will get a Desigual gift t-shirt.

* Prices are final, there will be no changes.


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240€

Global Yoga Congress – 1 day


Entry valid for one day of the Global Yoga Congress to choose between October 12, 13 and 14.

With the purchase of this ticket you will get a Desigual gift t-shirt.

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165€


October 12, 13 & 14

GYC 3 half days

165€

Valid entry to access only half day the 3 days of the Global Yoga Congress.

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October 12, 13 & 14

GYC Conference Hall

120€

Valid entry to attend all sessions of the Conference Hall
the 3 days of the Global Yoga Congress.

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October 12

Friday morning

90€

Valid entry to access the GYC
Friday morning (until 3pm).

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Teacher Training for Yoga Kids


Valid entry to attend the Teacher Training for Yoga Kids that will be taught by Cayetana Rodenas during the 3 days of the Global Yoga Congress.
October 12, 13 and 14.
Optional access to all other sessions of the GYC.

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Yoga Family

Come to the Global Yoga Congress with your family!
For an extra fee you can bring your children.

Global Yoga Congress – 3 days

40€

Global Yoga Congress – 2 days

25€

Global Yoga Congress – 1 day

15€

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October 12 at 8:00p.m.

Kirtan with Manu Om

10€

Entry valid for Kirtan with Manu Om
on October 12, 2018 at 8:00p.m.

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October 13 at 8:00p.m.

Concert by Bhakta Project

10€

Entry valid for the Bhakta Project concert
on October 13, 2018 at 8:00p.m.

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November 10

Post Congress

15€

Entry valid for the Post Congress
on November 10, 2018.

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October 11
from 8:30pm to 9:30pm


Concert by Bhakta Project

20€

Access to the inaugural concert of the Global Yoga Congress.
A band that combines a modern musical language with the ancestral vibrations of the mantras, sharing the longing for peace and love through music.

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October 11
from 7pm to 8:30pm

Inauguration GYC
Andrei Ram

20€

Participate in the yoga session given by Andrei Ram, one of the most inspiring teachers in the world.

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October 11
from 7pm to 9:30pm

Andrei Ram
+ Bhakta Project

30€

Participate in the inaugural yoga session of the GYC by Andrei Ram and enjoy the concert with Bhakta Project.

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Dharma Yoga

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Dharma Yoga is a fluid yet demanding style, created by the school of Sri Dharma Mittra, which is based on the traditional yoga practice of this master with more than 50 years of experience and who continues to share the practice at his center in New York.

The foundations of this practice are the Yamas and Niyamas, especially Ahimsa (compassion towards all beings, avoid creating neither physical violence, nor verbal or mental), as the root of everything else, and its meaning is highly devotional (devotion to that which is supreme in ourselves).

It promotes a meditative and spiritual practice, even and especially in the practice of asanas, because they are approached as an offering. Sri Dharma Mitrra always highlights the ultimate purpose of yoga as the goal of his practice: the supreme self-realization of the Self or the supreme self-knowledge. As the Dharma Yoga Center website says, Dharma Yoga incorporates “the nine forms of yoga, including Hatha, Raja, Karma, Kriya, Bhakti, Japa, Laya and Jnana”, although in essence it is a classic Hatha Raja practice. “A devotional practice that focuses on good health, a clear mind and a kind heart.”

Dharma Yoga allows the student to progress through four sequences of movements that are linked to each other. It also has a very high degree of freedom on the part of the teacher, who ends up constructing the practice based on the collective energy that is breathed at every moment in the room.

Sri Dharma Mittra always talks about the six mother postures of yoga, which are the foundations on which the balanced practice of Hatha Yoga is based, asanas that you will find with different variants in all the Dharma classes: Padmasana, Paschimotanasana, Bhujangasana, Sirsasana, Sarvangasana and Ardha Matsyendrasana.

A practice of Dharma Yoga is also usually identified by the Shiva Namaskara opening sequence and because inverted postures or headstands are done half way in the practice.  Backbending and chest opening asanas are predominant in the practice.

It provides many benefits on a physical level and also helps to control thoughts and increase concentration. In fact, when moving into the postures one thinks more about offering the practice towards the absolute, like a prayer in movement, which is why it is considered one of the most devotional styles. The heart opening asanas also serve to unblock emotions and feelings that are locked inside.

This second edition we have several disciples of Sri Dharma Mittra who will share their love for the practice of Dharma Yoga and Hatha Raja Yoga during the Global Yoga Congress in October. They are Andrei Ram, Yoshio Hama and Jordi Canela OM RAMDo not miss the opportunity to meet them!

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