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Shadow Yoga
PO Box 6111
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia

These Shadow Yoga teachers have shown an understanding of the basic principles of Shadow Yoga:

Japan, Kobe 

Akiko Ueda

Japan, Tokyo 

Koyu Terasawa

Japan, Sapporo

Yumiko Obata

Montreal

Radhasri

Austria, Vienna 

Sabine Irawan

France, Paris 

Alexandra Gilbert

France, Perpignan

Valérie Carretero
Rénald Sanzey

Germany, Gütersloh 

Daphne Strothmann
Michael Dolan

Holland, Amsterdam

Nicolet Montanus

Ukraine, Kiev 

Iryna Musaelian

Russia, Moscow 

Andrey Galitskiy

Russia, Podolsk 

Boris Voronin

Russia, Saint-Petersburg

Anton Ivanov

Spain, Barcelona 

Amelie Strecker

Serbia, Novi Sad 

Andrey Rozhnov

Israel, Haifa 

David Malka

Israel, Tel Aviv

Ronen Cohen
Pınar Üstün

Israel, Telaviv & Herzliya

Noa Gottfried

Turkey, Istanbul 

Defne Suman
Ayça Kamacioglu
Fatma Yavuz

California, Santa Barbara 

Matt Pesendian

California, San Francisco & Bay Area 

Mark Horner
Judy Yu

California, San Luis Obispo 

Catherine Halcomb
Rachelle Ball
Shelley Massa

Oregon, Bend

Lakshmi Angela Norwood

New York, New York City 

Andy Matinog
Maya Smeloff

Nyack, New York

Danielle Lee

Cleveland, Ohio

Cindy Lee

Shadow Yoga is concerned with the social and environmental impacts of industry and the marginalisation of various groups. We have pledged 1% of sales to help fund diverse grassroots organizations and appreciate the support of our community.

In 2002, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, created 1% for the Planet and started a global movement. “The intent of 1% for the Planet is to help fund these diverse environmental organizations so that collectively they can be a more powerful source in solving the world’s problems."

Info: Vitry-lès-Cluny

About the region

Tourism center information

Close by: Remember to call ahead for visit conditions

Roche de Solutré: Not to miss, on the Great Site of France Solutré Pouilly Vergisson

Musée de préhistoire: Jardin archeological and botanical garden, the Maison du Grand Site to complete the tour.

Château De Pierreclos: In the midst of organic vineyards.

Chateau De Berze-Le-Chatel: Historical monument, one of the most well-preserved medieval fortified castles of Burgundy (where Ridley Scott shot ‘The Last Duel’!)

Chapelle Des Moines: In Berzé-la-Ville (the next village!)  – not to be missed.

Château De Cormatin: (only possible to visit its magnificent garden) Between Tournus et Cluny.

Les Communs: Local ceramists.

Chapaize – L’église Saint Martin & L’église De Lancharre: The village offers bed and breakfasts, 3 restaurants a Sunday organic market, an art gallery, and artists’ ateliers.

Grottes D’azé: Earth under life: in -350 000, a primal man appeared in the cave, then rhinos and antique elephants…the prehistorical cave and the underground river hide one of the largest European cave bears fields.

Grottes De Blanot

Château De Saint-Point-Lamartine: If one appreciates the writer

Solornay sur Guye: The neighbouring town – includes a restaurant, small food store, salon de thé – pâtisserie 

Cité- Abbaye De Cluny: The Benedictin Abbaye Of Cluny Shined On The Whole Middle Age Europe, Being The Widest Of Western Christianity Before The Building Of Saint-Peters In Rome.

Communauté De Taizé: Christian Ecumenical Community Founded In 1940 By Brother Roger.

Abbaye Saint Philibert – Tournus: One Of The Largest French Monastic Cities.