Monthly Sunday workshops 9.30-11.30 am
- Sunday 30 September
- Sunday 28th October
- Sunday 25 November
- Sunday 16 December
- Sunday 27 January
- Sunday 24 February
- Sunday 24 March
- Sunday 28 April
- Sunday 26 May
- Sunday 23 June
These workshops are open to people who have practised yoga asana regularly for at least one full year. The classes are suitable for people of a wide range of abilities. Students or Teachers of any method of yoga are very welcome.
These workshops explore the potential of the breath to become a bridge between body and mind. The class includes creative visualisation, sound, seed mantra, and Ayurvedic philosophy. The practice of Pranayama can deepen your experience of yoga, still the mind, and increase your vital energy.
Led by Jenny Livingstone who is Iyengar trained with 37 years experience.and first studied with B.K.S. Iyengar in India in 1981. In addition, her practice of Tibetan meditation has deepened her understanding of the benefit of Pranayama.
£15 per class
To book phone Jenny on: 07717 601723
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny qualified as an Iyengar yoga teacher in 1980. Soon after this she found herself in Pune, India on an intensive course taught entirely by B.K.S. Iyengar himself. This was an unforgettable experience which has significantly influenced her life so far. She has returned regularly to India to travel and attend further yoga training.
In the early 1990s Jenny received her Intermediate Level 3 teaching qualification and then travelled to Nepal to spend several months teaching yoga in an English speaking Buddhist Centre. Whilst there, she studied Tibetan meditation and developed an appreciation for the meditative quality of asana and pranayama practice. With more than 30 years of experience Jenny is particularly inspired by the power of the breath to calm the mind. She hopes to communicate this meditative quality in her monthly pranayama workshops.
“The yogi observes details like time, posture and an even breath rhythm, and is alert and sensitive to the flow of prana within him… Evenness of breathing leads to healthy nerves and so to evenness of mind and temper.”