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Liberate Energy - Expand the Mind
Yoga and the Subtle body
These days bring a taste of authentic, traditional yoga to our modern landscape seeking to merge the sacred with everyday experiences we can relate to.
Drawing on the transmitted wisdom of a yogic lineage this day will be infused with practices that work with the subtle body to affect mind states and levels of awareness.
Links will be made with yogic physiology & philosophy to bring context to experience, to connect the dots and to inspire you towards further exploration and transformation.
Classical Hatha rooted in Tantra is a precise and systematic way to purify, balance and strengthen the 5 koshas.
This sacred alchemy induces a cascade of positive psychological & social effects. The physical body becomes the conduit for refined awareness in action and application through the senses grounds it into daily life.
2 hour traditional Hatha masterclass (Asana - accessible, static & dynamic, purifying pranayama, mantra chanting & meditation.
Stand-alone Pranayama Class - Purification, balancing and psychic body connection
Mudras & bandhas integrated into practical classes to concentrate energy
Mantra chanting workshop - tapping the subtle body
Different forms of Meditation; Static and dynamic, mantra based, developing the art of the 'witness'.
Kirtan & Satsang - Expanding on truth. Mantra based meditation - channelling emotion and feeling
Yoga Nidra - Deep relaxation and meditation practice.
Practice debrief and yogic physiology and psychology to contextualize experience.
Lifestyle integration & home practice inspiration.
Catered vegetarian/vegan lunch, healthy snacks and homemade chai.
Date: Saturday 20 March, 2021
Where: Lotus room, Kawai Purapura Yoga Retreat, Albany, Auckland.
When: 8.30am - 6pm
Cost: $160 EB paid by Fri 5th March: $175 after.
Includes catered vegetarian/vegan lunch.
For registrations and bookings email:
These Yoga Days sell out.
Deepen your practice, ground in safe and proven technologies & connect with others (sangha) on the yogic journey.
We are all students on this journey of evolution and of life.
I look forward to sharing this sacred day with you.
Hari aum tat sat,