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Stress free way of life

Torika Tokalau
Friday, December 07, 2012

It's your last chance to learn yoga in Fiji mentored by expert learned preacher; Swami Vishvang (Paropkarini Sabha) of India. Swami ji has studied Sanskrit Language and Grammar, Nirukta, Philosophy, Vedas and others.

He departs our shore at the end of the month, so for those still interest call asap. According to Vedas and Swami Ji Yoga is NOT an exercise. Yoga is defined (in English) as something through which you can see or feel God and Soul. By doing Yoga you can control your mind, brain, body and your senses. Yoga can control one's life style. By doing Yoga you can be free from tension and depression.

Swami II has started teaching Sanskrit, Sandya, Yajna, Aayurveda (be healthy and free from diseases) and Yoga. He also does family counseling should you wish to consult him. You are welcome to discuss any issues with Swami II only with prior appointment.

In this world, Yoga is the only way a human being can live in the right way. We had a very successful FIRST YOGA CAMP and as requested by the public we are having our second yoga camp. The last two camps with in organized in both Nadi and Suva.

Suva

From : 23 Dec - 29 Dec 2012

Time: 5-7am Everyday

Manjeet Om Prakash - 9332476

Venue: Lot 10 Kings Road Center-Point, Nasinu

Email: aryasamajfiji@yahoo.com or omsakafiji@connect.com.fj

Nadi

Mrs. Bhavini - 9276746

From: 5am - 7.30am everyday

Monday 17 Dec - 22 Dec 2012

All welcome to attend including children, ladies and men.

All welcome to attend including children, ladies and men.





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