WORKSHOPS & CLASSES
Yoga Philosophy & Yoga Psychology
Tamas, Rajas and Sattva.
These are the three basic qualities that exist in all things, including our body & mind.
Understanding the gunas helps you understand the quality of your thoughts, actions, and intention with which you engage in our life.
Then it’s all about making conscious choices on what you consume, what thoughts you pay attention to, and how you act.
Through a questionnaire, You'll have the opportunity to identify what guna is predominant in your mind and receive practical tips to move towards a more balanced state.
Date: Saturday, 14 March
What are the chakras, how do they affect us, and how can we work with them to support our health &personal growth? We'll explore how each chakra is connected with our physical, mental, and psychological functioning and our understanding of who we are and how to balance .
Date: Saturday, 7 March
BY INVITATION ONLY
Sadhana- Workshop series
A unique opportunity for a deep reaching experience through meditation, chanting and visualisation.
Sadhana in Sanskrit term means spiritual practice. Its purpose is to attune and center you with your authentic self, the part of you that is unique in nature.
On this workshop series, you will become acquainted with the two archetypes of the Yoga pantheon and facilitate their relevant mantras & meditations to deal with inhibiting habits and mental states. You will discover new possibilities of inner peace, creativity, surrender and gratitude along with increased energy and concentration.
By invitation only
minumum one year experience in yoga practice
commitment to self-assignment work
openness to learn deeper yoga philosophy & ancient wisdom
commitment to 4 Saturday one-hour workshops:
Dates: Saturday 7 March, 21 March, 4 April 25 April
Take some time for yourself.
Allow your mind and body to relax and reset for the weekend.
This class welcomes all levels - no meditation or yoga experience necessary. We will begin with gentle movement and then make our way down for a restful Yoga Nidra practice.
Feel free to bring an eye mask, socks, sweater or anything else that helps you to get cozy during the Nidra practice.
Date: Friday, 7 February