Global Yoga Congress Barcelona 2020

The Global Yoga Congress was born from the desire to make yoga available to as many people as possible. Therefore, we want to accompany you on your path.

The Global Yoga Congress brings together several of the greatest yoga masters in the world in a unique and inspiring event. Yoga classes, concerts, talks, meditations and other activities will immerse you in a universe of well-being and allow you to discover new avenues of growth.

An atmosphere of peace and respect where you can learn and connect with teachers of different lineages, who will gather in a unique location with different spaces. A great yoga event adapted to all levels, where you can select the sessions that most motivate you and discover new styles and masters.

Whether you have been practicing for years or if you are just starting, whether you are flowing with Vinyasa or sitting down to meditate … we want to offer the time, space and perfect conditions for you to connect with your practice, try new paths, discover great masters, listen, sing, share … and grow.

October 2, 3 & 4, 2020

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Special offer Global Yoga Congress 3 days + Pre Congress 2020

220 €

Take advantage of this special offer to attend the 3 days of the Global Yoga Congress and the Pre Congress 2020.

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Instructors


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Yoshio

Hama

He started practicing yoga in Caracas, Venezuela in 1999. Until 2008 he had the opportunity to study Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga and Iyengar Yoga under the guidance of different yoga instructors.
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Cristi

Christensen

Cristi Christensen is shaking the world of yoga by integrating yoga and dance with live house DJ music during her invigorating “Deep Exhale“ events.
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Ambra

Vallo

Heiress of the lineage of Larry Shultz, Ana Forrest and Sri Dharma Mittra, her goal is to guide others so that they can also experience the many amazing benefits of yoga on the body, mind and soul.
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Alvise

Vianello

Alvise started practicing yoga in 2007. During his first years of practice, he was able to practice with international teachers, particularly interested in ‘Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and the practice of Dharma Yoga. With Andrei Ram he began his journey in Hatha Raja Yoga, developing a deep interest in his spiritual and cultural roots.
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Fabio

Filippi

Devoted disciple of Sri Dharma Mittra, Fabio learns directly from his spiritual guide, practicing daily and sharing Hatha Yoga classes and workshops. Fabio’s curiosity drove him to travel extensively to remote regions of the world, to find inspiration from people and cultures,
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Jordi Canela

Om Ram

With a multidisciplinary training, he has understood the need to learn different disciplines and styles of yoga to be able to adapt yoga to the diverse needs of his students.
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Katya

Devi

Devoted practitioner and teacher of Hatha Raja and Kriya Yoga, dedicates her life completely to spiritual practices and to transmit the knowledge of healing through Yoga and Meditation.
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Vladimir

Jandov

Vladimir started yoga in his teens and draws from his 20 plus years of practice in the Iyengar yoga method and yoga based therapy and is known for his effective demonstrations and a way of delivering essential bites of information in a friendly and accessible way.
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Sandra

Howling

Sandra teaches the primary, intermediate and opening part of the third series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. She has been practicing yoga since 2001, studying Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with John Scott since 2002 and teaching since 2007.
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* The presence of yoga teachers is subject to possible minor changes.


Yoga

We offer yoga styles for all, so you can practice the styles that suit you best and discover new approaches to yoga that may open new horizons. You could surprise yourself by practicing a style you would never have thought of for yourself!


Yoga Philosophy

We will have teachers who will share their wisdom in a very up-close manner, giving you a glimpse of everything beyond the mat: the yoga of life, how to integrate it into your day, where it comes from … and many more fascinating things.



Styles

Ashtanga, strength and perseverance
Dharma, opening of the heart
Hatha Raja, body-mind connection
Sivananda, recharge energy
Iyengar, alignment and rectitude
Vinyasa, find your own flow
Kundalini, elevation of consciousness
Jivamukti, realization through asana
Acro Yoga, balance and trustfulness



Music

The concerts and the practice of Kirtan, the ancient chanting of Sanskrit mantras in a “call-response“ format, will offer us a space where we will be able to silence the mind leading us to the innermost center of our Being from which can evoke the individual and collective song. Quite an experience, worth sharing with your loved ones.


Free time

You will be able to rest in the spaces that will be enabled for that purpose, visit our shopping area with stands offering different products (clothes, personal care, hygiene, therapy, etc.), eat healthy in the space reserverd for foodtracks and enjoy a juice or herbal tea at any time of the day.


¿For whom?

For everybody!



Beginners

This is an ideal space to introduce yourself to Yoga, with introductory classes, workshops and level 1 practices. It will be the best way to start practicing.
Our teachers will be happy to accompany you, the classes are categorized by levels which will help you to design your personal program.



Intermediate and advanced practitioners

This event is paradise for those who already have their established practice.
Imagine, so many of the teachers that you have always dreamed to study with, together in one space, to share full days of union together with your Shanga… and if you own a school or you are a large group that travels together do not hesitate to consult us for special prices.



Families

You can benefit these days as an enriching experience for the whole family, your partner or your children. We have prepared special yoga sessions for children and for the family, as well as corners to simply enjoy a juice, a meal and be outdoors.


Location

Nau Bostik
C/ Ferran Turné, 1-11 (Barcelona)


How to get there?


Metro
La Sagrera (at 800m, 10 minutes on foot)
L1 · L5 · L9N · L10N
Renfe
Línea R4 – La Sagrera (at 800m, 10 minutes on foot)
Autobuses
Bus 34 – Berenguer de Palou / Ferran Turné (3 minutes)
Bus H8 – Camp Nou / La Maquinista (4 minutes)
Bus V31 – Berenguer de Palou / Ferran Turné (2 minutes)
Bus V29 – Sagrera / Martí Molins (5 minutes)


Private transport
Access by Ronda Litoral (B-10) exit 28: Gran Via / Pl. Glories.

The Nau Bostik adjoins a free parking that has an entrance from both the Pont del Treball street and the Ferran Turné street.

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Yoga for all, a personal experience

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We all have a particular motive that pushes us to try yoga at some point. Sometimes it is the most ordinary excuse and the final leap can depend even more on the insistence of a friend or a couple than on ourselves. But, in short, anyone who approaches the practice of yoga does so to change something, to grow, to learn and to improve; and that’s where the first step to a life-long path takes place.

A student of YogaOne explained us a few days ago how his relationship with yoga began:

I did not start my path in yoga until I had a real reason to do it. About six years ago I went to several open classes for the first time simply “to try”. And I just came out of class sleepy, bored and with a feeling of rejection towards everything that seemed hippy to me.

But two years later yoga came back to me again. At that time, I practiced almost every type of mountain sports: trail running and indoor climbing when I was in Barcelona and more trail, climbing, mountaineering and skiing on weekends. I was in great shape, but my legs and my back were almost always tense and aching. So I told myself that this “yoga thing” would maybe help me to stretch and relieve my battered body a little, while I was continuing my training. It was a tremendously superficial reason, but it was a reason. It was my motive to change something. And it worked.

 

And it did so on a much deeper level than I ever imagined. I started very slowly, attending class only once a week at the DiR. They were practices of hatha yoga, with an excellent teacher who transmitted a state of peace that I did not remember to have ever seen before. It was one of those people who lift your energy, with whom you could spend entire days.

The magic came when, little by little, those Thursday afternoons became a sacred moment for me that I did not want to lose under any circumstances. But beyond the quality of the teacher and the change I began to feel in my battered muscles due to the work of asanas, that little part of the week was revealed as a time dedicated solely and exclusively to be with me, to breathe, to connect with my body, to listen to it, to be each position and feel all its effects and to be present here and now. Excluding absolutely everything else.

This state of yoga was such a new experience for him and it meant a connection so powerful and profound that, day by day, he would begin to take it to many other facets and situations of his daily life. On Thursdays he trained in a state of conscience, he recharged himself, and until the next class he tried to play with that energy to stay present as long as possible.

Over the years, his dedication to practice, his level of study, his motives and his desire to explore have evolved a lot. But yoga has always been at his side. Because yoga reminds you every day that you are immersed in a path of growth that you will never abandon.