The Mother of Yoga: Yogmata Keiko Aikawa Inspires Peace in Millions
The ancient art of yoga has certainly seen a huge upswing in recent years with many people participating actively in its healthful benefits by following the Guidance of Yogmata Keiko Aikawa.
Los Angeles, CA – Yogmata Keiko Aikawa, often called the “Mother of Yoga,” is a world renowned Himalayan master who strives to spread a message of peace in our culture. The philosophy Yogmata shares is so powerful it has inspired millions of people to live more productive, positive and holistically sound lives. Many literally live for the day they have the opportunity meet her and receive her blessing.
Aikawa is the first female, non-Indian Siddha Master. It is a title that carries great weight and prestige in the Yoga community. As such, she has been invited to be the key speaker at the YogaUNCP event which strives to promote an emphasis on philosophical and psychological influences of Yoga, as well as share the positive impact Yoga has on spiritual, mental and physical balance and well-being. Thousands of followers are expected to attend this extraordinary gathering to see Yogmata Keiko Aikawa on stage.
Aikawa would like to help draw more people than ever together in harmony and unity under the umbrella of Yoga. Her teachings are so popular they are sometimes regarded as the Super Bowl, World Series, Stanley Cup and the NBA Finals of Yoga teachings for anyone who is a practitioner. There is no doubt that bringing so many like minded individuals together to learn about living peacefully and harmoniously is amazing in its own right.
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa has performed 18 public Samadhis, including the Maha Kumbh Mela which is attended by over 70 million people. Her audience included prominent celebrities and figures such as His Holiness the Dalai Lama 14th, Madonna, and Paul McCartney.
Her speaking has also led her to travel through Tibet, China, and India in her ardent pursuit of learning yoga and eastern medicines. Yogmata Keiko Aikawa then expanded her knowledge into teaching and founded Keiko Aikawa Yoga and General Health Institute, effectively designing the Aikawa Yoga technique in the 70s, including the ever poplular Yoga Dance and Prandi Yoga.
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa will be in New York on the 28th of October, 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters and will then be in Los Angeles two days later on the 30th at the Naam Yoga Studio. Each event will have its own selection of Yoga masters, political figures and hosts of magazines, celebrities and Yoga experts.
Learn more about this extraordinary leader and upcoming appearances at www.YogaUNCP.com.
Yoga and the UN Culture of Peace presents an emphasis on philosophical and psychological influences of yoga, as well as the impact yoga has on spiritual, mental and physical overall balance and wellbeing. Benefits of yoga on universal harmony and peace in the world are explored during the discussions, along with scientific research proving the advantages of practicing yoga for healthier communities and individuals.
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