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Victoria (Tory) Raven Hyndman

HathaVinyasaYoga BasicsPranayama,  Restorative,  Ayurveda

In a light-spirited manner yet sticking to the authentic teachings of yoga, Victoria uses the wisdom of Ayurveda in her yoga classes for students to experience spiritual access through physical practice. 

 

Canadian-born, Amsterdam raised and moved to Los Angeles in 1997 to discover the world of yoga and Ayurveda, Victoria moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2005 to study at The Ayurvedic Institute under the guidance of her primary teacher, Dr. Vasant Lad.

 

She also experienced her first pregnancy there during the last few months of her Ayurvedic studies with dr. Lad, who gave her golden tips on pregnancy, birthing and post-natal healing and rejuvenation, which Victoria passionately passes on to all women in her women’s workshops.

 

Now, back in Amsterdam with her two children, Victoria teaches various classes, all that are challenging as they are nourishing, strengthening yet softening, bringing the students to a place within themselves where they have direct experience of finding both strength and softness, where all opposites become balanced.

Workshops

All workshops

The Sacred Window of Pregnancy, Birthing and Postnatal through Ayurveda

With Victoria (Tory) Raven Hyndman

03 December 2021

"Forty-two days for forty-two years" is a saying in Ayurveda meaning the food and lifestyle choices a new mother makes from the moment of giving birth to forty-two days (six weeks) after, will affect their next forty-two years physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Amsterdam

€ 40

Ayurveda in Daily Life

With Victoria (Tory) Raven Hyndman

14 January 2022

The Sanskrit word Ayurveda literally means “knowledge/wisdom of life”. Its main point is to understand and live your very own life in accordance with what is right for you as an individual, so that you may experience a happy, healthy life and reach your highest state of mental and physical well-being.

Amsterdam

€ 85

Introduction to Ayurvedic Marma Point Massage

With Victoria (Tory) Raven Hyndman

11 February 2022

The Sanskrit word “marma” means secret point. When these points on the body are activated, it awakens the prana of the corresponding organs or systems, thereby revealing and releasing deep-seated emotions that have gotten locked into our tissues.

Amsterdam

€ 45

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