Led by Michael Hutchinson. Why do we want to go upside-down? How do we access the benefits? Details: YogaDay40_3rdA4 Find out more »
Janet Evans and Geoff Farrer will lead a lighthearted and informative day with plenty of uplifting practice to help us move forward positively. We will focus on teaching from the Yoga-sūtras of Patañjali: The Art of Loving Kindness (Y.S. 1:33) as a remedy for duhkha (sorrow) There will be āsana, prānāyāma and sound to help you put into practice ancient techniques for happiness and heartfelt well-being. Cost includes refreshments and handouts. Details: Art of Happiness May 18 Find out more »
Cost: £45 to include a light vegetarian lunch, refreshments & handouts. Contact Elaine: email@example.com or Geoff: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.yogageofffarrer.com Find out more »
A retreat near the famous Seven Lakes and only an hour from the capital, Sofia. The lodge offers spectacular views of the Rila Mountains, a uniquely unspoilt part of the world. Escape the pressures of daily life and take time to connect and nourish yourself. The current price includes two asana/pranayama practices and one chanting practice each day in addition to accommodation, food, a day trip to Sofia, a guided walk around the lakes and transfer from the airport. IT… Find out more »
Radha has been a student of TKV Desikachar for 30 years. TKV Desikachar, the son and student of the legendary Yogacharya T. Krishnamacharya, himself appointed Radha to lead the Vedic Chanting division of the world renowned Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India. Radha now works independently and travels all over the world conducting workshops in yoga, yoga therapy and chanting. Chanting is an important tool of yoga. It improves memory, concentration, listening skills and, at the spiritual level, it… Find out more »
Within the Vedic traditions the darśana (viewpoint) of Yoga is that the world is real but ever-changing. According to Patañjali whenever we resist the inevitability of change we will suffer. Nothing stays the same forever and Yoga is, in a way, the art and science of acceptance and adjustment. Find out more »
To embrace change, to find a new opportunity in a change that seems at first unwelcome, is the ideal. However, for this to be possible, we need to develop the capacity, the Yoga, to first observe our own reactions, contemplate the situation and then respond from a more secure place within ourselves. However things then work out, at least we’ll have achieved something, by having mended ourselves.
In our next autumn retreat, Andy and Michael will be sharing this Yoga through meditation and mindful practices with body, breath and voice. Further to this will be discussion of the available teachings in a like-minded environment. Do join us.
Nrithya will lead all main sessions of practice and theory Find out more »
focusing on Pranayama;
its importance in yoga practice and significance in health. This
is a very special opportunity to work under her guidance. She is an inspirational teacher.
Nrithya holds the post of senior consultant Yoga therapist and senior Vedic Chanting teacher at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, Chennai, India. A student of TKV Desikachar for many years, under his guidance she has become a teacher and therapist at the KYM. She has travelled extensively representing KYM at many workshops, seminars and conferences in India and around the world and has published works in the fields of Yoga for Women, emotional health, music and dance. She is also a professional Indian classical dancer with over 30 years of experience, and has developed a training programme for dancers.
TSYP’s experienced teachers will lead the early morning sessions at this event which is open to both teachers and students alike. Come and share this unique experience.
Our venue is Wyboston Lakes Training Centre, on the A1M in Bedfordshire. It offers a high standard of facilities, including ensuite bedrooms, excellent Wi-Fi and wonderful catering and has good transport links by road, rail and plane.