Management and teaching: Franca Sacchi - Svāmī Oṃ-mūrti Sarasvatī
- President of the Franca Sacchi Centre
- Honorary President of the Italian Federation of Yoga Schools
- Honorary Lifetime Member of the Vishva Yoga Samsad (World Yoga Council), with headquarter in New Delhi.
FRANCA SACCHI - improved her knowledge in Europe and India, she has been teaching YOGA since 1968.
Her teachers have been André Van Lysebeth, Roger Clerc, Gérard Blitz, Svāmī Gitananda, Svāmī Satyananda Sarasvati of Mongyr, and above all Nil Haouthoff.
She was called by the Italian Yoga Federation to create and direct the first school for the training of Yoga teachers in Milan (1978-80).
She founded the Franca Sacchi Centre with headquarter in Milan. She holds workshops all over the world and has published several books.
posture exercises for a free and fluid circulation of energy. These exercises give beneficial effects to the person as a whole:
- they improve the functionality, fluency, and agility of the physical body
- they have a balancing action on the endocrine system
- they dispel anxiety and repair the damages of the stress
- on the mind and the psyche by providing or improving willpower, attention, observation, concentration
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
of the yoga techniques (āsana e kriyā): interaction of body - psyche - mind - energy
movement exercises for the body:
- washings and purifications
- rhythmic movement exercises to tone the body and stimulate the circulation of energy
mental exercises: specific actions on the mind to improve concentration, calm and power to access the higher states of consciousness
various relaxation techniques (including nidrā yoga), intended not only as rest and recharge, but also as preparation to meditation
state of being and various exercises to achieve it
process of meditation through the drawing. To create a mandala or to meditate on a mandala is a way to reintegration. Individual and collective courses of Mandala
powerful sounds and words and how to use them
the study of the Samkhya, Tantra philosophies and of the principal Upaniṣad