Isha Foundation is conducting the Inner Engineering program from 25th November to 1st December. The program helps participants establish an inner foundation and vision for all dimensions of life and find the necessary balance between the challenges of a hectic career and the inner longing for peace and well being.
Inner Engineering is offered as an intensive program for personal growth. The program and its environment establish the possibility to explore the higher dimensions of life, and offers tools to re-engineer one's self through the inner science of yoga. Once given the tools to rejuvenate, people can optimize all aspects of health, inner growth and success. For those seeking professional and personal excellence, this program offers keys for meaningful and fulfilling relationships at work, home, community, and most importantly, within one's self.
Some of the advantages of this program are that it optimizes health and vitality, reduces stress, promotes mental clarity and emotional balance, helps increase and maintain high energy levels throughout the day, helps prevent chronic diseases, aids in evaluating personal values and life goals, and generates inner peace and fulfillment.
Isha Foundation, founded by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev in 1992, is a volunteer-run, international non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating human potential. It also implements several large-scale human service projects to support individual growth, revitalize the human spirit, rebuild communities, and restore the environment.
The foundation is operated by over 250,000 volunteers from more than 150 city-based centres spread worldwide. The foundation is headquartered at Isha Yoga Center, set in the lush rainforest at the base of the Velliangiri Mountains in southern India, and at the Isha Institute of Inner Sciences on the spectacular Cumberland Plateau in middle Tennessee, USA.
The fee for the program is Rs. 1,500 per participant, and the program is spread over 7 days. Interested participants can attend a free introductory session from 6:00pm to 7:30pm on 25th November, and get themselves registered thereafter.
The program starts from 7:30pm to 9:00pm on 25th November, and then the participants can choose any set of timings - 6:00am to 9:00am, 10:00am to 1:00pm or 6:00pm to 9:00pm - on 26th, 27th, 28th & 30th November and 1st December. There will be a full day session from 7:00am to 5:00pm on 29th November (Sunday). Teachers from the main centre will conduct this program and the will be held at AP Vanjaray Sangam Hall, Narayana Junior College, Lane Beside St Anns, Tarnaka.
Please contact 99488-75588/6458-3753 for registrations and further details.