Cultivate stillness in Body and Mind
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About the Event
This week cultivate stillness in body and mind
In Indus Valley 3000 B.C the same systematic attitude dwellers applied to their technology was applied also to study the mind. “Brahmavidya” is the supreme science. In the ancient texts with the Kleshas, we see a great model to represent the roots causes of all human emotional turmoil. "When you know how you create your problems, you also have the keys to solve them" •False perception •Accumulated result of our many unconscious actions •Ways of perceiving mechanically carried for many years •Habituations are called Samskara Kleshas model will give you insight into your own mind and with this new awareness, you will set yourself free. Schedule of Friday the 4th Feb morning
- 10.00-10.30 What are the four Kleshas?
- 10.30-11.15 to prepare for different sitting poses.
- 11.15-11.30 Nadi Shodana pranayama
- 11.30 - 11.45 Corpse pose, the fear of death
- 11.45 – 12.00 Cup of tea & Questions
What to bring
- Comfortable warm clothes and a blanket
- Yoga Mat & supportive cushion
- Note pad and a pen
I often refer to yoga practices as a well-being toolbox. I am so passionate to give away techniques the students can integrate into their lives. Definitely, the Yoga Ethics are amazing ancient teachings, still incredibly valuable to navigate the challenges of life.
Venue Holy Spirit Victoria Rd, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 7NT Free parking on the street The cost of this 2 hours class is £16, to enhance the learning outcome of the training and maintain social distance, each Friday spaces are limited to 6 students. Class suitable for all levels of experience and abilities.
- Yoga class£16£160£0