Harmonise your life and yourself
Techniques for personal development
Yoga, Transcendental Meditation, breathing exercises, guided meditation, psychological support, coaching, etc.
Holistic health support
Quantum Medicine, homeopathy, holistic medicine, Chinese traditional medicine, etc.
Team building, wellness day, business yoga, office yoga, lectures and workshops, business consulting, etc.
Traditional space planning, detox and anti-stress programs, specialised individual programs, etc.
From Maja to Maya
For many, Maja Popov is the first name they have ever heard of related to yoga in our region. For over two decades in the Serbian environment, Maja has been building her recognisable style and approach. In cooperation with other experts from various other areas of personal development, she has been helping people to recover their health and to enhance their lives in discovering their true desires and dreams.
If we transcribe Maja as Maya, not only will it read in the same way almost everywhere around the world, but it will also imply a multitude of wonderful symbolic meanings in many different cultures. In Sanskrit, Maya means illusion, and it stands as a reminder of the illusory nature of desires and sufferings, pointing us in the right direction towards well-being. In Hindu mythology this is another name for goddess Durga, and in Japan, Maya is the name of Buddha’s mother. In Hebrew, Maya means spring and in Persian – generosity. The Maya are an ancient tribe from northern Mexico who left behind a wealth of precious knowledge. In Nepal, Maya means love, and in Roman mythology, Maya was the goddess of spring and fertility.
Holism and a holistic way of life
What is actually holism?
Holism is a universal understanding that the body, in the physiological, emotional and social senses can only function as a whole. In the holistic approach to health, human body is not seen as a collection of separate parts, but rather as a complex system of interconnected and interdependent vital processes. A holistic way of life means using different humanistic and medical sciences, traditional and integrative medicine, yoga and meditation, sport and recreation, energy healing and other holistic methods. The purpose of holism is physiological, psychological and social equilibrium.
The way it works