Welcome to Mozambique
Mozambique is a southern African nation
whose long Indian Ocean coastline is dotted with popular beaches like Tofo, as well as offshore marine parks.
Mozambique, a scenic country in southeastern Africa. Mozambique is rich in natural resources, is biologically and culturally diverse, and has a tropical climate. Its extensive coastline, fronting the Mozambique Channel, which separates mainland Africa from the island of Madagascar, offers some of Africa’s best natural harbours. These have allowed Mozambique an important role in the maritime economy of the Indian Ocean, while the country’s white sand beaches are an important attraction for the growing tourism industry.
Fertile soils in the northern and central areas of Mozambique have yielded a varied and abundant agriculture, and the great Zambezi River has provided ample water for irrigation and the basis for a regionally important hydroelectric power industry.
History of Sahaja Yoga in Mozambique
The Mozambican group was founded in May 2005, after a public program on December 14th 2004 (400 people was receiving self-realization) and a 4-month course taught by volunteer-practitioners from Brazil (Angela, Maria, Cavalcante and Ivan) that was invited by South African yogis. (brother Rajen Moodly helps very much)
Sahaja Yogis of Mozambique
Spreading Sahaja Yoga in Mozambique
Beginner classes took place weekly at the Brazilian Cultural Center in Maputo since 2006 until 2018 (stopped due to the Covid pandemic)
At the moment short courses online are conducted weekly and weekly meditations via Skype.
In 2021 we participated in Brazilian on-line Sahaja Yoga project - Africa and Lusophone Asia.