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Kane Rogerson

Dharmadeva Das

On a path to find truth within himself Kane was connected with yoga whilst looking to deepen his meditation practice back in 2012, and came to love yoga soon after, realising that the practice gave him the ability to lead a more conscious lifestyle.
 

A typical class with Kane, includes mantra, philosophy, asana, pranayama and meditation. "I feel like yoga is a ritual — one where you bring all the elements into it, a kind of alchemical mix, a fine blend where if all aspects are handled correctly the results are truly remarkable" he says. His asana teaching is based on Jivamukti Yoga, a style developed by NYC based yoga teachers Sharon Gannon (a.k.a. Padma Ji) and David Life, constructed as a pathway to help all beings elevate themselves,

 

In 2018 Kane went to India to study directly under Jivamukti founder Sharon Gannon and alongside Yogeswari Azahar, and Moritz Ulrich, and certified himself in the role of a Jiva (indavidual soul) Mukti-(liberation/enlightenment) teacher thus - an individual soul on a pathway to liberation and returned home with a new perspective. "When I got back yoga was peace and unity, you get a true understanding of how divine and precious life is, and an internal fuel to help and serve others in finding happiness and inner peace. I see no greater reward than this," he says. "For me, yoga has become a vehicle to convey some of the oldest teachings of peace and samadhi (liberation/enlightenment) to a society exactly in need of that."


After travelling Asia, taking classes at every opportunity in all countries and locations and years of study with Sivananda, Jivamukti teacher Mark Stevens.  Kane absorbs all useful skills, techniques, how to put them into practice and offers his teaching in the spirit of Karma Yoga, selfless service..  


Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama, Scripture, and if you're lucky even Savasana massages. "hopefully people realise and are able to see the bigger picture, at how the yoga community can help the larger community through seva [selfless service]," he says. Down the line I see people really defining yoga practices as selfless services to others of a journey to your highest potential not merely a physical exercise, come practice some yoga and free your mind. 
 

Ommmmm Shanti