Mar

09

ADVANCED LEVEL TEACHER TRAINING COURSE for 2013 / 2014

The most effective method to advance a teachers practice and skill level is through short and intense training “retreats”. In between the intensive courses there is then time and space to integrate new knowledge and put it into practice. Four modules of 75 hrs each are on offer. Collectively they will make up over 300hrs. […]

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Jan

17

YOGA RETREATS – A BREATH OF FRESH AIR

The idea of a retreat is time out from the usual grind, to refuel, and reconnect with what’s really important. For some, it’s  to do some “blue sky thinking” connect with creativity. For others, it is simply a sweet holiday where they get to indulge in lots of yoga. Since 2003 Jim’s retreat locations have […]

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Aug

26

In a state of decay

The author Shashi Tharoor on India from the opening page of his novel that is based on the great epic the Mahabharata. They tell me India is an underdeveloped country. They attend seminars, appear on television, even come to see me. Creasing their eight-hundred rupee suits and clutching their molded plastic briefcases, to announce in […]

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Aug

25

CBO

I heard of a new corporate term today. It’s the CBO of a leading chain of shopping malls in India. I have heard of a CEO but had not heard of a CBO. A guy has been employed as the Chief Belief Officer – he is in charge of the “culture” of the company. The […]

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Aug

23

The philosophy of driving

I have often wondered about the cultural significance of driving and traffic on the roads. Clearly there is a drop-down attempt to make the roads less crazy but I just can’t see it happening. Yesterday in peak hour the cab got stuck behind a long bank of cars so he joined the scooters on an […]

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