Yoga & Psychoterapy Workshop in Thailand

Event Highlights

  • Combine progressive psychotherapeutic techniques with Yoga for deep inner work
  • Dissolve blocks and protective mechanisms of your emotional and mental bodies
  • Learn how psychological techniques can be used to serve spiritual evolution

About This Event

Yoga & Psychotherapy brings together the best of Yoga with the most progressive psychotherapeutic practices in an exciting new offering which is at the forefront of psycho-spiritual practice. This ‘inner work’ will take participants deep into their emotional and mental bodies.

Yoga & Psychotherapy brings together the best of Yoga with the most progressive psychotherapeutic practices in an exciting offering which is at the forefront of psycho-spiritual practice. This workshop is for those wanting to go deep into emotional and mental aspects. There is a large experiential component so students can investigate their emotional and mental bodies, otherwise known as ‘inner work’. Training in psychological concepts and theories is also offered. As emotional and mental blocks, protective mechanisms and behavioral patterns are resolved and dissolved, this becomes part of and serves our spiritual evolution.

Theoretical Content: 

Psychological terminology and conceptsYogic theory of Mind versus Western theory of MindMapping the subconscious mindProjection & TransferenceDefense Mechanisms, the PersonalitySub personalitiesEmotions and mapping them to the chakrasCore WoundingHolding and healing extreme parts: the shadow, rage, grief, traumaThe role of the masculine and feminine in healingRelationship PsychologyEntities, guides, working in the astral realmEssential States beyond personality


Mindfulness practice as a foundation for inner workGuided meditationsIdentifying projection & transference and options for working with itEntering and working within the subconscious. Overcoming resistance and blocksMemory retrievalHow to identify, connect and dialogue with sub personalities through guided meditation, movement and somatic awarenessMaintaining separation from ego states and emotions. Strengthening Self leadershipResolving inner conflictIdentifying and working with spiritual egoHow to hold process and heal difficult or extreme emotions. Potential aspects covered will include rage, hate, jealousy, envy, spite, judgement, control, procrastination, perfectionism, pride, lust, greed (topics will be adapted according to group need)How to heal core woundingIdentifying and managing entitiesAccessing spiritual guides and resourcesAdvanced Self re-parenting techniques

There are no prerequisites for the workshop.

 Because of the special, intimate nature of this workshop, participation is limited to 30 attendees. This workshop consistently sells out quickly so please register as soon as possible. 

This workshop will be taught by: Maha and Elica Lorde


This workshop is not an offering for personal therapy. It is not recommended for persons with any incidence or history of serious mental health issues. Agama Yoga is not responsible for any student in the event of non-disclosure of a mental issue of a serious nature.

This workshop will be taught by: Maha and Elica Lorde

Tags: psychotherapy relationships yoga

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  • Ana Paula Coelho   September 15, 2016

      Real Yoga

    I discovered Agama by "accident" in a travel to Thailand last year. It was supposed to be a 3 months travel through Thailand, but became a 9 months of deep, intense studies of yoga and Tantra at Agama. My story is not an unusual one: lots of people change their plans in order to stay more at Agama and learn the treasure that comes from their teachings. They have teachers from all over the world, all perfect aligned with the school's mission: help people to evolve. I've done all Tantra workshops they have and Levels 1 to 3 of the Hatha yoga course (1 month each). They have 24 levels of this course, dozens of workshops and retreats and a lot of other school activities. It's a Yoga university. I'm counting the days until I can come back to that paradise on earth.

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