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Ancient Yogic Secrets Naam Yoga first time in NZ Oct 3-5



Three-Day Weekend with Founder of ‘Shakti’ Naam Yoga, Dr. Joseph Michael Levry, Oct. 3-5, 2014

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – September 25, 2014 – For the first time in New Zealand, Dr. Joseph Michael Levry, founder of ‘Shakti’ Naam Yoga, one of the fastest growing yoga in the world today, will lead a weekend workshop of yoga, wisdom and vital health practices. October 3-5, 2014 at AUT City Campus.

This unprecedented workshop with Dr Levry, who led 21,000 people in a world record breaking Naam Yoga Superclass in Mexico City this year, and his international teaching team, directly addresses the stresses of today with ancient wisdom relatively unknown in the western world until now.

Attendees learn how to apply the Universal Laws of Nature and Shakti Naam Yoga’s anti-aging techniques with health benefits including enhancing our brain power, physical vitality and functioning at one’s highest capacity. The immutable Laws of the Universe also revealed in this weekend are time-proven, mathematically accurate and will shift one’s perception of life.

“The secret of success in life is hidden in the brain, which is the command center. Currently, we only use 10% of our brain. Even a 5% increase will radically transform your life,” Naam Yoga Director of Health, Dr. Christina Pabers said.

Shakti Naam Yoga is no ordinary style of yoga, it’s use of sound, meridian's, breath and movement is deeply healing and helping people worldwide, with a myriad of conditions from depression and diabetes to stress, thyroid, addictions and more.

"It is a dynamic and adaptable yogic technology different to any other systems of fitness, yoga or meditation and it’s suitable for people of all fitness levels and ages,” said Dr. Pabers.


The weekend starts with a deeply healing and energizing Shakti Naam Masterclass with Dr. Levry on Friday, October 3 from 7p-10p. Shakti Naam Yoga, a technique of Naam Yoga, is a modern day application of a rarely known form of yoga. It combines asana, breath and mantra (sacred sound) to create deeply healing effects on the mental, emotional and spiritual bodies.

The weekend continues with Shakti Naam classes taught by senior instructors, such as Universal Laws of Nature lectures and mediations. All activities are suitable for individuals of all fitness levels. For a full schedule and price list, please visit


Dr. Levry is a dedicated teacher, world-renowned yogi, mystic, author, musician and lecturer on the topics of self-healing, practical spirituality and self-actualization. Having extensive training as an engineer and in the esoteric arts and sciences, Dr. Levry has developed a unique, practical system of self-healing called Naam Yoga, which unites the spiritual doctrines of the East with Western mysticism, healing arts and yogic practices. Today, Dr. Levry travels around the world to spread the healing message of Naam Yoga and Universal Kabbalah to millions of people. This is the first time he is coming to New Zealand.


Currently reaching thousands of people worldwide, Naam Yoga is helping to heal disease, relieve chronic and emotional pain, manage stress and reduce anxiety and depression.

Naam Yoga is both a new form of yoga and a science that includes sound, movement and breathing, aiding the flow of energy through the body to achieve optimal health and well-being. Naam Yoga Los Angeles is the international headquarters for this rapidly-growing form of yoga, also offered in New Zealand, Australia and 10 other counties.



World’s largest yoga class of it’s kind for peace with more than 21,000 people World's Largest Naam Yoga Superclass 2014

Health and community impact of Naam Yoga Therapies

NAAM YOGA: Health, Community, Happiness

For more about Shakti Naam Yoga:

Shakti Naam Yoga: An Ancient Secret for a New Age

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