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We have been working on Part & Parcel a Yoga documentary Satsang for over a year. We need funds to complete this exciting new film and we would like you to help us out!. We believe in exchange, you can claim ¨perks¨ to keep this cycle moving forward.

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Thank you for your help, this documentary is the effort and work of many people. We want this film to look and sound its best and at this stage our production budget needs the money to get us out in this final push.

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    We have been working on Part & Parcel a Yoga documentary satsang for over a year. We need funds to complete this exciting new film and we would like you to help us out!. To donate click on the orange Give button on the upper right. If you would like to claim a ¨perk¨, press your option on the right. We will send your perk to any country.

If you have problems pre-ordering your DVD from this page, you can do a direct paypal order from our web page: Part & Parcel.

                                                New release date June 2014!

Q. Why support it? Because Yoga is a very powerful tool of self-knowledge, healing and empowerment. The mainstream media has been very skilful at taking this once fringe activity and repackaging into a marketable product removing its depth. This documentary’s aim is to enquire about the roots and essence of Yoga, if this can inspire someone, somewhere to find greater awareness, then our efforts and your help will be worthy.

Q.How are the funds going to be used? Filmmaking is an expensive medium. We have already shot and assembled a working copy of the documentary. We need the funds for finishing the documentary to the highest standard possible. Post production steps we need to cover include color grading, on-line editing, motion graphics and animation, audio mastering and dubbing, archive footage and still image rights and clearance, translation, subtitling and more.

Part & Parcel
a Yoga documentary Satsang

Satsang (Sanskrit सत्सङ्ग sat = true, sanga = company)

An intimate conversation with unorthodox characters who have dedicated their lives to the study and practice of Yoga in different forms. A personal glimpse into the essence of Yoga through their unique vision and our own journey looking for answers.

Is it a religion, a fitness fad, a scientific discipline perhaps? Along the way we visit pioneering Yoga academics in Britain and India, take part in the practise of the most traditional Sri Patanjala Yogashala temple in Mysore and venture further down the coast, where Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion is practiced along with surfing, in the world's first surfing ashram.

From living legends of Ashtanga Yoga, to the Indian Swami living in a modern cave, we gain precious insights way beyond the marketing stereotype and into the contrasting aspects of contemporary and millenary practises. Part & Parcel is a colourful collage of philosophy, history and personal paths into Yoga.

Outline:

Documentary exploring the origin and essence of yoga trough the in-depth personal views of people who have dedicated their life to the study and practice of Yoga. This documentary is for people who have been introduced to Yoga or are curious about its more profound aspects. People who want to be motivated and inspired to practice Yoga as a empowering way of life.

Style:

Personal and lighthearted documentary with an eclectic mix of characters within the world of Yoga who inspire us through their insight in the search for the essence of Yoga.

We meet:
(These videos have been made exclusively for the website so our interviewees can introduce themselves. Click on the image to learn more about who they are.)


Jamanagiri Swamiji: The sweet and wise Sadhu Yogi, living in a cave on Chamundi Hills on the outskirts of Mysore, India .

BNS Iyengar: A stern living legend of Ashtanga Yoga, one of the last remaining old style lineage teachers in Mysore, who was a direct student of the revered Krishnamacharya, founder of modern Yoga.

The Surfing Swami: Swami Bhakti Gaurava Narasingha, 64, an American Hare Krishna monk, Bhakti Yogi and insightful bridge between east and west who has opened the world’s first surfing ashram near Mangalore on the southwest coast of India.

Arun Achappa: Mixes the pragmatic with the ancient traditions, Indian engineer, senior student of Pattabhi Jois and former yoga teacher to the German National Karate team.

 Dr.H.P.Devaki: Breaking the social gender constraints to become an international academic and Sanskrit scholar from the University of Mysore and visiting professor at Sorbonne University, France.

Dr. Matthew Clark: A humorous Post graduate Research Associate of the University of London, PhD, Yogi, musician and top Yoga academic researcher in the west.

Baptiste Marceau: One of the original international traveling rebel yogis and shamanic practitioner. His deep practice, world knowledge and myth breaking points of view.

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Production details and team:

Name: Part & Parcel a yoga documentary satsang  

Production Year 2014

Co Produced: SaGuarda Studios and Pink Namaste Ltd.

Country: UK

Directed by Diego Barraza

Camera and Editing: Chinoix

Sound and original music score: Richard Norris

Music: Mahabongo, Sharaab, Danny Paradise feat Dominic Miller and Edie Brickell.

Line Producer: Kirsten Germann

Field Producers: Surya Prakash, Shivanand Kambimat and Nealesh Rodricks

Script Consultant: Shai Hussain

Yoga hero: Suresh Baht  

Duration: 1hr

Format: 16:9 HD

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£10 - Thank You!
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£25 - DVD
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£1,000 - Executive Producer credit + Perks
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