Yoga Open Day Wales, UK

Plenty of Yoga Classes, massages and therapies All day Saturday 25th 10am to 5pm

yoga open day west wales10AM Hatha Yoga with Leanne 

11AM A Rishicuture Ashtanga Yoga with Linda 

12PM Ashtanga Vinyasa with Sasha

1PM Kids Yoga with Jnandev

2PM Opening Ceremony of Yoga Care Wales and a Talk on our Yoga Projects and Plans

3PM Rishiculture Ashtanga Yoga with Laxmi / Debbie 

4PM Rishiculture Ashtanga Yoga with Peter

Weather permitting there will be more yoga classes outdoors on our Decking Space with Jnandev, Deepika, Sasha, Laxmi, Linda, Leanne, and others.

All Day first come first serve for therapies

There will be three therapists offering reflexology, massages, and other taster therapies.

There will be some stalls by Nomads and Local Wood carving and crafts.

Drinks will be available all day £1 for tea /chai and indian sweet

Indian veggie/vegan lunches will be available from 12pm onwards- £5 per person

 

Yoga Retreat Day on 26th with Marry Madhvi and Jnandev 

yoga retreat west wales

Introduction to Yoga Care Wales

Yoga Care Wales is a new non-profit organization that has come together following a few community projects undertaken by Yoga Satsanga Ashram director and founder Yogachariya Jnandev here in West Wales. Since Jnandev came to the UK he has shared some of his in depth authentic knowledge on the subject of Yoga.

Our particular areas of interest are Yoga for Kids and Yoga therapy or assisted personalized Yoga for those with physical limitations, which may be structured as a ‘prescriptive’ set of practices for individual needs according to medical conditions or hands on gentle assistance if needed and requested.

We are keen to be able to offer short courses of Yoga in Schools as some of the techniques in Yoga are particularly good for managing stress, anxiety, concentration and memory many of the issues young pupils battle with in Schools. By introducing some simple techniques pupils could cope a lot better with the school environment and times of particular stress such as examinations. It is also very good to introduce to primary school children as another ‘sports’ option. As a Yoga teacher training school we would like schools to consider training the appropriate staff in Kids Yoga and bring aspects of this into their Physical education sessions. In India Yoga is part of the daily curriculum, which is something Wales should think about for high achieving pupils.

Jnandev has been working with voluntary organisations such as Arts Care Wales, specifically working with mental health and then was able to run several 7-week courses with Green links for people with work limiting health conditions, which was very successful in improving the lives and well-being of the attendees.

Jnandev has also been able to do some taster Yoga classes in some of the local meithrins and Schools which has had great feedback. Following all this and suggestions from students and those on our Yoga teacher training courses a group of us came together and it was decided that we should establish an organization solely to focus on this type of work with people using Yoga as a tool for health and well-being. Hence Yoga Care Wales has been created!

We hope we will get the support of the community and are looking to raise funds and run several projects for the benefit of the community.

Open Yoga Day

Open Day at Yoga Satsanga Ashram, West Wales

Yoga Satsanga Ashram is holding an open day on 25th October 2014. There will be plenty of yoga taster sessions all day, pranayama workshops, meditation classes, holistic therapies, massages, chinese massage, reflexology, indian handicrafts from Nomads-Carmarthen and much more. We will be also launching YOGA CARE WALES – A NON PROFIT COMMUNITY ORGANISATION to run yoga courses, yoga workshops and research projects for your children, adults and elderly people with physical, mental, and emotional limitations.

All day event from 10am to 5pm.

yoga open day west wales

Pranayama- An Introduction

Pranayama-Introduction

 

IMG_3989Pranayama yoga is the “science of breath”, the control of the vital force (prana) present in the air we breath. The Sanskrita term pranayama means: ‘Prana’ is the divine universal creative energy or power, and the ‘yama’ means control or the science of control.

 

The word ‘prana’ can be broken further as ‘pra’ which means to exist independently, or prior to existence. ‘Ana’ is a shortened term of ‘anna’ which means a cell, or collectively ‘ana’. Thus ‘prana’ means “that which existed before any atomic or cellular life came into being”. Such life is termed as the manifestation of the divine.

 

Behind all the manifestation of creation and life is this divine energy prana. Most of the prana we receive is from the air we inhale. But we also receive it to some extent from food. Some part is also absorbed directly in the skin from the atmosphere.

 

Remember that prana is not oxygen or the other gases we inhale and not the nutrients we take from the food. The truth is that behind using all these nutrients and the gases for breathing this divine energy prana plays the role as the catalyst. Prana is absorbed through the exposed nerve endings of the body and especially in the nostrils, mouth and back of the throat. Thus eat slowly and chew properly to allow the releasing and absorbing of the prana. Water should be sipped slowly to allow the absorption of prana in the throat and mouth.

 

We must learn pranayama from the beginning to do Dirgha Pranayama, deep slow and controlled breath. Most of us nowadays are shallow breathers and lacking in prana or the oxygen for the normal functioning of our body, mind and emotions. Most of the present diseases are because of improper breathing. All the illnesses can be elevated by practicing pranayama properly and by perfecting them. For a yogi breathing should be under their total awareness. This conscious breathing brings the autonomic functions under the control of the nervous system or the will.

 

Improper breathing, dyspnoea the laboured breathing is not only a recent problem for mankind, now it has become more prominent because of a stressful life and the adverse environmental conditions making it worse. Even Yogi Gorakshanatha travelled whole of the India and gave the message – “o men and women of India! You have defaulted from good health by being the shallow breathers”. He stated that in his age people were breathing only one-eight of their capacity. He cured many of the modern diseases only by teaching predominately pranayamas and only a few asana.

 

When we breath in a shallow way, the nerve receptors sited deep in the lungs are unaffected. Only when we breath in and out deeply these inspiratory and expiratory receptors are stimulated and called for there desired activity. This sends the reflexo-genic feed-back to the brain. This governs the control over the in and out breath along with the hold in and holding out of breath.

 

Breath is also related to our life and spirit or the soul. Even it is said that there is life in the body, if there is breath in the body. In Sanskrita the word Brahman is used for the breath. The in-taking of the breath is termed as inspiration derived from Greek, which comes from ‘in-spiro’ means being in tune with the spirit or the god. While expiration is originated from the ‘ex-piro’ means to be out of the spirit. In India if some one dies, it is said that ‘the prana has left the body’ people do not use the word death or died.

 

The yogis performed the pranayamas and found that they can fulfill their need of prana only by getting it through the air. They don’t need to eat food and are known as the breatharians. Still there are yogis in various parts of the world those who live without depending upon food and even some without water.

To learn more on pranayama join our yoga courses, yoga retreats and yoga workshops at yoga satsanga ashram, west wales. 

Yoga Teacher Training, West Wales Starting in October

Yoga Teacher Training, West Wales Starting in October

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yoga teacher training, west wales

We taking sincere yoga students for our October Yoga Teacher Training, West Wales group at Yoga Satsanga Ashram. This YTT course involves 11 residential intensive yoga weekends at ashram. Over the ashram weekends you will learn a series of hatha-yoga /posture work, Pranayama / breath work, bhajans and chanting /singing and sound work, anatomy and physiology and yoga, yoga psychology and philosophy to understand body, mind and evolution in regarding to life style, health, well being and happiness in daily life.

YTT West Wales Month-1

Month one you will learn Pallavani Kriyas a set postures to relax, rejuvenate and harmonise body, mind and prana, sukha-pranayama for grounding, harmonising and cleansing of body, chakras and energy sheaths. A simple and in-depth understanding of what yoga is all about from ancient to modern concepts. A comparative study of body and mind from ancient yogic perspective and modern anatomy and physiology.

YTT West Wales Month-2

In month two of Yoga Teacher Training, West Wales you will learn a set of postures specially designed for respiratory system to be able to breath deep and equally in all three lobes of lungs with sectional breathing to also cleanse past negative memories and traumas effecting healthy breathing.  We look into Yamas- the moral discipline to refine our life style- Ahimsa / non-violence, Satya / truth, Asteya / Non-stealing,  Brahmchariya / chastity and sexual discipline, Aparigraha / non-greed.

YTT West Wales Month- 3

In month 3 of yoga teacher training west wales we work on sun-salutations as a physical, mental and energy work-out to recharge and vitalise with solar energies. Pranava pranayama or AUM sounds as sectional breathing for healing our lower, middle and upper body areas and chakras. We look into Niyamas as human discipline to live our life with physical, mental and emotional mindfulness and responsibility.

YTT West Wales Month-4

In Month 4 of yoga teacher training, west wales we work on Loma-Viloma series of postures and pranayama to bring harmony and balance of our left and right, loma-viloma, sun and lunar or masculine and feminine energies. We come to third limb in ashtanga yoga to Asana and discuss various aspect of Asana /posture from ancient spiritual traditions to modern gymnasts.

YTT West Wales Month-5

Here we work on vajrasana series and some sitting postures enabling to be confirmable in sitting and providing options for ourselves and students in future to be able choose one of them for quite sitting work and this series also works for alleging hips, knees, thigh bones and ankle joints as they should be when you on floor. An intensive breath sadhana of hams-kriya for cleansing of body, mind and soul on all levels. In this month we discuss and look into concepts of creation, five elements, pranas, pancha-koshas to understudying holistic approach of yoga.

YTT west Wales Month-6, 7

This month is break for a catch up and repeating or revising what you have learned so far. The break month varies on each group. In month 6 or 7 of yoga teacher training, west wales we follow the practices from hath a-yoga pradipika and work on postures, bandhas and pranayama from the scripture.

YTT West Wales month -8

In month 7 of yoga teacher training, west wales you will learn Samastithi group of postures for re-alliagning our skeletal system with mind and pancha-koshas and brings strength, flexibility and endurance. Here we work on suriya and chandra nary pranayamas for balance and vitality. We look into skeletal system and how postures work, shapes of postures and energy along with in-depth study of pranayama.

YTT West Wales month -9

From here we start working on teachings skill, making lesson plans and creative skills of teaching postures in various ways, rhythms, and pace. We work on halasana and srvangasana series in this month with bhramari and bhramara pranayama. We look int pratyahara or sensory withdrawal and some other yogic concepts of karma here.

YTT West Wales month -10

In month 10we work on pelvic looser series of postures working on hips, and pelvic muscles for releasing past traumas , tension and fears along with stimulating pelvic and abdominal organs and strengthening all the associated muscles. We look into concepts of dharma and dhyana and personality development here from ancient and modern perspectives.

YTT West Wales month -11

We work on twisting series of postures on spinal health to unblock our spine and vital energy as well as release stagnant energy, stiffness and tension accumulated. we work on Sahita pranayama to regain health of five essential body systems. Here we look into making lessons plans, health and safety, and other skills of yoga teaching, along with studying on spine or back bone.

YTT West Wales month -12

Assessment weekend of yoga teacher training, west wales each student will need to prepare a lesson and teach the allocated part, a talk on chosen subject on yoga, and an open discussion -questions and answers.

Outcome at end of YTT, West Wales

Successful students will be able to share their knowledge and experience on yoga sadhana to be able teach holistic yoga to their students as well as tailoring yoga lessons for self development and individual needs.

Fee- Structure YTT, West Wales

Non-refundable deposit- £300 for securing your place, yoga life subscription, course materials, etc.

£150 in 12 instalments  or £1700 with £100 discount.

Certification YTT, West Wales

You will be certified by Yoga Alliance UK 200hrs yoga teacher training which is internationally recognised.

Spaces Available – We are taking un to 8 students and few spaces left now, contact us if you are interested via our contact form of email-

email to Deepika – ashramwales@gmail.com

or call deepika on 01437562200

 

 

Whats On at Ashram

Yoga Retreats, West Wales At Ashram

Yoga Satsanga Ashram is running regular yoga retreats- yoga retreat days and yoga weekends. These days are for those who are looking to learn holistic yoga for body, mind and soul. Yoga retreats at ashram includes Hatha-Yoga- which includes jattis-warm ups, Kriyas – yoga movements with breath and awareness, asana- posture work for aligning body, mind and subtle energies. Pranayama for cleansing body, mind, naris, prana to bring peace, harmony and vitality. Bhajans and Mantras for cleansing and charing our pancha-kosha and chakras. Satsanga- talk on various aspects of yoga in daily life and yogic life style.

Upcoming Yoga Retreats, West wales dates at ashram-

yoga retreat day, west wales

yoga retreat day west wales

 

One day retreat

Sunday, July 20, 10am-3pm.
£50 per person

Two day retreats (Saturday 10am –Sunday 2pm)

August 23-24
September 27-28
January 3-4, 2015
£200 includes tuition, food & accommodation

Also some alternative therapies like body messages, reflexology, etc are available on concession rates.

Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training, Wales, UK

pregnancy yoga teacher training, wales, uk

pregnancy yoga teacher training, wales, uk

80hrs yoga alliance certified pregnancy yoga teacher training includes intensive training in safe yoga teaching tools and techniques to pregnant women. It includes preconception yoga, yoga for first trimester, yoga for second trimester, yoga for third trimester and preparing for labour and postnatal yoga.

Click here to find more details on pregnancy yoga teacher training

Intensive one Year Yoga Sadhana Course, West Wales, UK

Our One year intensive yoga sadhana course includes 10 residential weekends over the 12 months period. Each month includes a series of hatha-yoga for for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth targeting various points or parts of body, chakras and energy systems. Pranayama for mental and emotional cleansing as well as spiritual growth to establish health, harmony and peace as a complete holistic being. Bhajan Singing and mantra chanting for cleansing and recharging our energy sheaths and chakras.  Satsanga on various aspects of yogic life style so yoga can be incorporated in daily life to live holistic life.

Next course starting in October 2014, contact for more details and dates or click on here for more details

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We are running two courses every year, one starts in October and one in April.

Please Click below on following links for more details on 200hrs yoga teacher training or 5oohrs yoga teacher training course you are interested in.

200hrs Yoga Teacher Training Wales, UK at Ashram

500hrs Yoga Teacher Training Wales, UK at Ashram

 

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Bristol Yoga Journey with you all by Jnandev

yoga teacher training walesTime seems to flew as went through our 13months sadhana together. Its being an amazing journey for me as well, as it was quite challenging to drive,, specially back home after a weekend of intense teaching and immersion into yogic energy with you all. From a calm, relaxed mind, singing, chanting and Satsanga session jumping out in a craziness of M4 driving.

Seeing you all growing together, reading your homework’s and all the enthusiasm and desire to learn more and more kept me full of energy and a force to teach more and more. It is another level of journey for me to teach out of the ashram space in a different energy vibration.

As we progressed over the journey few drop-outs due to various reasons of their own life challenges also being a lesson to learn and see how people give up or fall out of their own path learning, healthy living and evolution. Everything has its own reasons and karmic lessons which again can be seen so many of your life patterns and fulfilling to see how you learn your lesson and move on as a warrior and hero in your own life and carry on. That is the way to go, as Swami Vivekananda says if are seeking for success, you have to keep walking on your path until you reach to your goal.

Also while you on your path, keep your awareness onto your path, practices, challenges and opportunities as Swamiji said in one of the yogic concept- DO YOUR BEST AND LEAVE THE REST.

Now you all are stepping into your next journey as a qualified yoga teachers to go out, teach and share your knowledge and experience you have been through. Quite a few things to advise-

Your responsibility as a yoga teacher- People come to classes so some one can look after them, guide them in a safe way to improve their health, well being, flexibility, suppleness, etc, etc, so always keep in mind who you are and what are the responsibilities as a teacher. Even though we always talk and ask people to be responsible and aware to their own bodies and limitations but it is very important for us as yoga teacher to evaluate and plan what and how to teach.

Lesson Plan and Back Plans- A good lesson plan should include some jattis- warm ups to help people loosening up, warming up and unwinding, progressing to kriyas or movement with breath to prepare students towards postures and some postures followed into breath and relaxation work. Time can be divided in a ratio depending on length of your lesson. Along with lesson plan always look into options and variation for new people to so they can follow too along with justifying with the regular group. I personally in my 14 years of teaching so far found doing plenty of jattis and kriyas to start really help people to avoid injuries as well as do more deeper stretch, twists in postures.

Space Awareness- Another very important aspect to look around space, is it safe?

Is there anything you need to keep in mind while you teaching some balancing postures? Checking if every one has got some space if they loose their balance, not going to fall into some one or hit to a wall or corner or some furniture’s if any there. Adapting your lesson plans to availability of space per person is another skill you all need to grow.

Teaching to help and not to Impress students- Even though every one like to be challenged in a hatha-yoga session but to be a safe teacher it is your responsibility to prepare and guide your students through the jattis, kriyas and gradually to some of the deeper postures to be able to stretch and relax, unwinding, loosening up, getting rid of stiffness is quite important and can be helpful to your students in long term. I had a feedback from one of my regular student when she went to a power yoga class working around hips- she said it was so intense that she could not even sit on toilet with ease for few days. So be aware of what people walk out with from your yoga session.

Your practice speaks better then words – Demonstrating or practicing your yoga with your group is another way to encourage and motivate students to do more and achieve more during a session. There are few categories your can classify yourself while you teaching-

  1. yoga instructor- Instructing students verbally to practice.
  2. Yoga teacher- explaining and instructing along with some demonstrations.
  3. Yogachariya or yogacharini- teaching with personal practice of modeling yoga for students to follow.

Yoga and Sanskrita Terms from ancient times to modern yoga gymnasts

 

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Yoga and Sanskrita Terms from ancient times to modern yoga gymnasts-

This Article is Based on writings and Teachings by from Our Guru- Dr Swamiji Gitananda Giri, Ammaji Meenakshi Devi, and Dr Ananda Bhavanani. Our love, and gratitude for them for the authenticity of teachings.

If you are a regular yoga practitioners or doing few odd yoga classes, you always find at least few sanskrita terms being used during the yoga classes. Some of them you might find resonating and others you never paid attention to. Also there are so many terms like ‘prana’, has no representing words in many other languages. To understand the importance sanskrita words in yoga we need to understand sanskrita language itself to start.

What is Sanskrit?

Sanskrit is the most ancient language known to human beings. In Indian culture and Vedas it is considered to be the very origin of language itself; that from which all languages have arisen or evolved as Sanskrita itself become language for Scholars, Yogis and highly educated and intellectuals. The Vedas, the universally accepted most ancient scriptures of humanity, culture, morals, and life style for a healthy individual, society and nation, were written in the Sanskrit language.

 

There is also a deeply rooted belief among Indians and Hindus that Sanskrit itself is the language of the Devas (Gods), which is why this language was known during the Vedic period (6,000 – 8,000 years ago) as Daivana-giri (the Divine speech of gods). The great grammarian, Pānini, structured this language with his grammar in the 7th century BC, and henceforth, it became referred to as Samskritam.

Numerous important Vedic, Yogic, Historical works from a cultural, spiritual and scientific standpoint, were written in this ancient language like four Vedas, Upanishadas, Yoga Sutras, Bhagavat Geeta, Mahabharata, etc.

 

The Essence of Sanskrit

Modern Quantum physics explains that every atom and objects have their own individual vibration to various wavelengths. So every object, living and non-living objects have their primary vibration and each sound has its vibration too. Sanskrita language is based on that primary vibration sounds of each and every object or matter. Every term in also has a ‘root’ origin to the words. Sanskrita language believe to be developed on this concept of vibration.

 

The various vowels and consonants that make up Sanskrit words represent these root sounds of objects, known as ‘Bijas’. In deep states of meditation, great rishishij, sadhuas, or yogis can in-tune or attune to these root bija sounds and that’s how they recognized and verbalized the sounds or words in saskrita. There are many examples where Rishis or yogis will produce material objects by chanting and envoking sounds.

 

It simply means a Sanskrit word, is not merely a word chosen or given to name a living or non-living being or objects, but an actual reflection of the inherent ‘bjia sound’ of that object, concept or phenomena.

 

So many mantras are based on this concept to invoke and evoke the divine like Gayatri mantras, AUM, ham-sa sounds, etc where we can transcend our lower conscious to higher one if they chanted or pronounced properly. That’s why Sanskrita is also known as language of Siddhas (the perfect once).

 

Sanskrit in Yoga Today

Most yoga teachers these days being trained in fast track few weeks yoga teacher training courses has no time and intention to learn or understand power or sanskita terms. They also taking yoga obviously as some kind of physical work-outs or beautification process, feel good and maintain body posture and vitality.

 

In ancient concept Hatha-Yoga developed in the concept to awaken the kundalini, or transcend lower conscious energy to higher. These great rishis or yogis in meditation founds powers and vibrations of various shapes, species and objects and followed them in their practice on various levels of body, mind and energy phenomena.

In modern yoga many of the concepts, techniques and practices of yoga have been mistranslated with wildly inaccurate names at the hands of some well known, well-intentioned, but careless and ignorant individuals. One highly influential yoga teacher of the 21st century, has translated all the postures in terms which would never even be considered to be used in contemplative minds.

As the concept in itself states- “sthiram-sukham-asana”- firm, positions of body held with ease are known as postures. Now this modern well known yoga guru translates one the postures- Awkward-pose, simply why would some one, if aware would like to be in a position contemplating to be awkward and what would be the outcome for sadhaka.

Swamiji Dr Gitananda mentioned that we are what we eat and we become what think of ourselves. Now if you keep saying to yourselves doing a downward and upward dogs you gradually prone to evoke those qualities. Yoga is all about evolving from lower consciousness to higher consciousness and not the vice-versa. Highest yogic contemplations is SOHAM ‘I am that’ which gradually can lead the sadhakas to become divine itself.

Every shape and positions in yoga have their own power and points in our body, chakras, narias, prana and aura to be stimulated and recharged or awakened and the underlying concept and power exists in shapes as well as their sounds and vibrations.

Most commonly known mistranslations of yoga terms and are widely known and debated- downward dog (adho-mukha-svana-asana) and upward-dog (urdhva-mukha-svana-asana). Similar to the first one is Meru Asana being described and practiced from ancient yoga traditions. Meru refers to the sacred Mount Meru, considered to reside at the centre of the Universe. This yoga pose, then, represents stability, balance, strength and redirect the lower energy to higher energy centers.

Reconnecting to Yogic Sanskrit Words

Even though its not easy to all us to learn, understand and use of Sanskrit language in itself but we all can try to use some sanskrita terms for the postures, mudras and pranayama practices on order to be benefited on level of sound, vibration and contemplation to reconnect to that powerful force. I encourage you to be mindful of its use and its profound importance in yoga practice and terminology of practices.

This Article is Based on writings and Teachings by from Our Guru- Dr Swamiji Gitananda Giri, Ammaji Meenakshi Devi, and Dr Ananda Bhavanani. Our love, and gratitude for them for the authenticity of teachings.

 

Importance of Twists in Yoga

The Twisting Poses

A great importance is given to twisting by sage Vashishtha in Yoga-Vashishtha to attain the peace and stability of mind. He states to ‘press the limbs against the limbs’ to attain single pointed concentration.

 

This series of asanas provides flexibility to the backbone as in the series you are twisting the backbone to your left and right side. Due to this the neck, shoulders, arms and chest are benefitted.

 

This series of asanas activates the spleen gland. The liver and stomach get special massage by this asana. This massage stimulates the necessary secretions in this part. It balances and regulates the essential hormonal secretions of pancreas. Thus this series cures fatal diseases like ulcers, diabetes and dysentery. It can cure anemia.

 

It enhances resistance power and increases body immunity power. Due to stretching and twisting in the whole body, this series increases alertness, awareness, lightness and will power. It strengthens the nervous systems and refines the mental and emotional processes and thus sadhaka attains the peace of mind.

NOTE: People who have bone fractures of hands, feet and dislocated backbone should not   perform this asana. Generally all twisting postures should be practice very carefully or avoided according to the students.

Our 200hrs yoga teacher training course includes a full series of twisting poses. in month 11.

here is a glimpse of those postures..

 

Yoga Teacher Training Bristol


Yoga Teacher Training in Bristol

Yoga Satsanga Ashram in running 12 months intensive 200hrs yoga alliance certified yoga teacher training course in Bristol. I had first intake in July 2013 and course is coming to a successful completion.

Now we are recruiting serious and sincere yoga students for our 2014-15 July intake and some spaces are available. This course is for those once looking into learning and practicing holistic yoga more than just the physical or hath a-yoga part of it. This 200hrs Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bristol comprises of 9 weekends- once in a month Saturday 11am to 6pm and sunday 9am to 3pm; and two long weekends at yoga satsanga ashram west waleFriday morning to sunday afternoon. Each month you will learn a series of postures- hatha-yoga, pranayama, visualisations and relaxation techniques, meditation techniques and Ashtanga-Yoga Philosophy of Maharishii Patanajali along with other parts of Hindu Philosophy in connection to yoga and evolution.

If you interested in joining our yoga teacher training course in Bristol please contact us for more details. We are Holding an open session/discussion of 200hrs yoga teacher training in Bristol on saturday 7th June and informal interview if you are interested, please contact Shula- 07949333548 for more details.

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Pranava Pranayama Sounds

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