Urdhva mukha svanasana & dhanurasana

Please click on the link to open the pdf document.
This answers a question asked by one of my TTC students
Feel free to post this pdf document, mentioning my name.
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200-HOUR TTC in KOH SAMUI, Thailand

1 ~ 29 JUNE 2018
this TTC will be held at, and through the organisation of, Yoga House & Spa, Lamai.
It is organised by Dmitri, who will help with accommodation.
Please contact him for price, assistance on everything.
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200-HOUR TTC in TAITUNG, Taiwan

1 ~ 29 September 2018
The organiser of this TTC is Kite, who you can contact at https://www.facebook.com/kitehong on FB
For the precise location, conditions, price...
Please contact her directly.
Teaching in English (bilingual for asanas) with a translator for the theory
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29 October ~ 12 December 2018
This TTC is held at FANLING YOGA Studio, in Jing An Qu
For the content of Yogayantra's 300-hour TTCs, please visite the blog.
For information on Shanghai, contact me
For the price, and if you need accommodation in Shanghai,
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300-HOUR TTC 2019 in NHA TRANG, Vietnam

We divide this TTC into two parts, due to the Chinese New Year, the Têt in Vietnamese.
1. First part:       2 ~ 27 January 2019
2. Second part: 10 ~ 27 February 2019
The morning classes, for the first part, will be taught by Aki, a 500-hour RYT
During the second part, we will have the visit of Tetyana, for 4 full days, to teach PRE and POSTNATAL yoga.
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* 200-hour TTC in KOH SAMUI, 1 ~ 29 June 2018, please visit this link http://house-yoga.com/en/
* 200-hour TTC in TAIWAN, 1 ~ 29 September 2018. You can contact me, 中国人,请跟洪小姐联系 kitehong@gmail.com 她安排这个 TTC
* 300 hour TTC in SHANGHAI, China: 29 October ~ 12 December 2018
* 300-hour TTC in NHA TRANG, Vietnam, it will be divided into 2 parts, 1st part 2019 January 2 ~ 27; 2nd part 2019 February 10 ~ 27.
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My day, 25 January 2018 (when everything goes wron

25 january 2018, our trip to Nice
we left our village, my sister and I, and parked her car at Chateauneuf to catch the public bus Grasse-Nice. We stopped over at Cap 3000 as I had to buy a part for my computer. We then took a (nice) city-bus to Nice centre. I bought the 2 tickets, and both rushed to get a seat. A few stops later, a team of 6 men got on the bus to control tickets. I give my 2 tickets, one guy says, ‘come out with me.’ I call my sister, we get off the bus, which goes away. I had not ‘validated’ these two tickets (each 1.5 euros) because we did not know they had to be validated, and because we did not see any sign, though there are, to mention that.
I paid a 40 euro-fine per person, i.e. 80 euros for not having validated two 1.5 euro-tickets!!!! I was in a rage! It was humiliating to be treated like a thief, like one of those young North African who come as ‘immigrants’ to my country and refuse to abide by its laws.
Anyhow, we were to meet an old friend of mine, and have lunch together. We go to our favourite restaurant, with provençale cuisine, and a lovely atmosphere. To the table next to ours, two women sit, mother and daughter. Suddenly in the street where we were, two muslim women pass, completely covered with a burqa. The daughter started bravely I must say, to verbally abuse the women, saying they had to go back to their country, that we French women spent generations and generations to be treated equally with men, and that this backward attitude had nothing to do here.
The shops around also belong to Muslims, and they shouted back at the woman. They even threatened her to death. The restaurant owners, 3 old ladies, asked the woman to leave, they offered her the lunch, no matter. The woman did not want.
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Summary of the 300-hour TTC in India, 2017

The Indian 300-hour TTC was quite eventful. Even before I went to India, three Hong Kong students cancelled because the relationship between China and India had soured (quite normal with China who has trouble with all her neighbours, Vietnam, Japan…) and these women claimed that they were afraid that Indians would be aggressive toward Chinese citizens. It’s ridiculous but they would not hear me.
Then I flew to India and some students were already there, most would come after me. I need to arrive earlier to prepare a TTC, to adapt myself to new climate, new food, new environment, and so on, which is always demanding on the body and spirit too. Added to that the jetlag and the long flight!
The organiser finally moved me to another place than his place, where, he said, there were 19 rooms, just that many rooms were simply not acceptable—no windows, mouldy, dark. Finally some of us stayed in his place, 5 minutes from the TTC-hotel. The yoga room also was not ideal, two blind walls, one wall with 2 windows facing the hills, and the back of the room hot, often too hot. Added to that, ill-conceived and I always need walls, for handstands for instance.
Anyway, I accepted because I knew that everywhere, there are problems, nowhere is perfect. The main thing was to teach that TTC.
Three Chinese women arrived together. I took them to the “market”, introduced them to Rishikesh. Next day, one of them freaked out, she had not said a word for one day, and she left. I think she could not cope with the mess that India is.
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