Nataraja Kallio

Nataraja Kallio is a professor of Yoga Studies at Naropa University and has been a student of Yoga since 1989. Seven years of study in India provided the initial foundation for his learning. There, he immersed himself in the contemplative traditions of Tantra, Vedanta, Sri Aurobindo, Buddhism, as well as the Hatha Yoga lineages of Krishnamacharya (namely Iyengar and Ashtanga yoga) and Swami Shivananda. He has completed advanced studies with a wide variety of teachers, earning degrees in Religious Studies and Psychology. His teaching integrates the fullness of Yoga, from its meditative foundations, to its rich history, mythology, and philosophy.

Upcoming Programs by Nataraja Kallio

Awakened Body, Awakened Mind: Nondualism, Yoga, Neuroscience, and Meditation

Also Michael W. Taft

June 7–14, 2019

  Join us for a deep dive into the natural wisdom, aliveness, and awakening found within our bodies and minds. Conjoining somatic practices and meditation drawn from the contemplative traditions of Yoga and Buddhism, we will explore ways of rediscovering awakening through an integrated practice. Modern neuroscience and these ancient teachings both point to the […]