These workshops usually take place on weekends. For daily classes please see the Timetable
Saturday, 24th November 2018
Authentic Indian Yoga, Pranayama and Mantra with Ravi
2:30pm — 4:30pm | All Levels
Saturday, November 24th 14:30 – 16:30
Feel welcome to join this 2 hour workshop of traditional Hatha Yoga, as taught in India, with a focus on Pranayama breathing techniques, asana practice, Mantra and meditation. The practice will take place in the beautiful Globe House Yoga, a serene urban studio surrounded by traditional statues of Hindu deities.
All levels welcome.
Tickets £20, available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/indian-hatha-yoga-pranayama-mantra-tickets-51579994151
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 07814991035
Yoga Mats are provided
Ravi was born in India and from a young age he grew up with a yoga practice as part of his daily life. In his early twenties he lived at the Mahatma Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh where he studied traditional Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga with well-respected Yoga master Yogi Ji. Over the last ten years, Ravi has been teaching all across India since; most recently he was the resident teacher at Little Cove Yoga, voted as one of the best yoga schools in Goa, where he led classes for thousands of students from all over the world. In his work as a yoga teacher, Ravi is passionate about making the original principles of traditional Indian Yoga understandable for everyone.
- Authentic Indian Yoga, Pranayama and Mantra with Ravi
Friday, 30th November 2018
Assisted self-practice - beginners course
7:00pm — 8:00pm | Beginners
This course runs (from time to time) on Thursday evenings.
Next Course: 10 January to 28 February 2019 (8 weeks).
Beginners often feel unsure whether assisted self-practice (also known as Mysore) Ashtanga classes are right for them, assuming that they will need to know the sequence before they start. However, this is not the case and, in many ways, learning in a Mysore class is the best and safest way to learn Astanga yoga as it ensures that each student is always working at their own pace and receiving individual attention.
This course is designed for beginners interested in the inspiring and dynamic practice of Ashtanga yoga and for those with some experience of guided ashtanga classes who wish to revisit the fundamentals in order to develop a self practice. By the end of the course you will be able to confidently join any assisted self-practice class, where you can continue to explore and deepen your practice.
We will cover the key elements of the practice, including:-
- The breath and how this enhances and regulates the practice, which then develops into a moving meditation
- Energetic engagement to ensure safe practice and increase strength (bandhas)
- Beginning a self practice and how a mysore class works
- Asana variations to meet every age, shape and level of fitness
PLEASE NOTE: No previous yoga experience required. This course is designed for complete beginners or those who wish to start going to assisted self-practice (Mysore) classes. ALL are welcome, but if you have any injuries or health issues, you must inform the teacher before the class starts.
Contact Caroline to reserve a place.
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- Assisted self-practice - beginners course