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YogaMea School in Italy adopts the ancient approach to Yoga discipline to impress upon students the innate wisdom manifest in yogic teachings. Teaching and learning are thus designed in such a way that ethical practices are ingrained automatically in the students throughout the course.
The day begins with a daily regimen (Dincharya) an ancient code of conduct. Activities are planned according to the seasonal code of conduct (Ritucharya). Students are expected to adopt the concept of behavior chemistry (Achar-rasayan).
Maharishi Patanjali prescribed certain rules of behavior in society (Yama) and a personal code of conduct (Niyama) as essential behaviors for individuals to follow. We at YogaMea expect the behavior as described above, to be understood and practiced sincerely and honestly by all students to the best of their ability.
- There could even be a fundamental difference in the understanding of the yogic path as taught in yoga schools in the West. Modified exercises that go by the name of yoga are frowned upon by YogaMea. Therefore, only those students who are willing to commit to the strict regimen of the course should consider signing up.