The TSYP annual gathering is a two-day event open to all (members and non-members), an opportunity to spend time together with friends, fellow yoga practitioners and teachers, practising yoga, learning and socialising. This year we meet from 9-11 November at Wyboston Lakes Training Centre in Bedfordshire.
Prānāyāma – the living breath
The theme around which we will be learning is ‘The Living Breath’. We will be looking at and experiencing Prānāyāma – its importance in our yoga practice and significance for health.
We are delighted that Nrithya Jagannathan of the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram will be guest tutor for the weekend. Nrithya will introduce the concepts of Prānā and Prānāyāma and how the breath is worked with in the KYM tradition. Nirthya will share the knowledge she has gained from her study of many of the key yoga texts (the Upanishads, Yajnavalkya and the Yogarahasya), explaining different models and leading practices for experiential learning. She will also talk about the role of Prānāyāma in Emotional Wellness, describing the therapeutic work of KYM and of Sri TKV Desikachar, using case studies as examples.
The two days will be filled with āsana sessions, theory, chanting and meditation. It is a wonderful opportunity to work under Nrithya’s guidance, as she will lead all the main practice and theory sessions. Experienced TSYP teachers will lead the early morning sessions.
This event will count as CPD (12.5 hours) for all TSYP teachers and for most other Yoga teacher training organisations.
Our venue is Wyboston Lakes Training Centre, on the A1M in Bedfordshire. Set in attractive surroundings, it offers comfortable en-suite accommodation and excellent food. Located on the A1M, it is easy to reach by car, train and plane.
Nrithya is a senior Yoga therapist and Vedic Chanting teacher at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India. She studied for many years under TKV Desikachar and is an inspirational teacher. She travels extensively, representing KYM at workshops, seminars and conferences in India and around the world, and has published on yoga for women, emotional health, music and dance. Nrithya is also a professional Indian classical dancer with over 30 years of experience and has developed a training programme for dancers.
Please download a booking form to reserve a place:
Or email Jatinder Wilson