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Workshops for Summer 2022

You can now book a space in the following Yoga workshops. These will run hybrid, face-to-face in the Yoga Cabin in Exmouth, or you can join via Zoom.

Friday 20th May 2022

Titibasana, strength comes through release and focus

There are several forms of titibasansa, all seem strong and awkward, they do not have to be. We will try this morning to train intense focus, which can release all unnecessary inner activity and see where we get. We might have increased the focus to the extent that titibasana happens, or not quite, but that does not matter. There is no pushfulness and force in the strength needed for asana.

Patanjali 3,25 enlightens us that:

“Samyama (intense focus) on strength, as such as of an elephant results in the gain of the strength.”

Saturday 11th June 2022

Kumbhaka, the freedom from all impurities

The old Yogis tell us that when our practice in asana and pranayama is advancing we will come more and more to places where breath ceases. We don’t hold breath, we drop into a space where breath is not needed, kumbhaka. What is kumbhaka, how does it happen, why should it happen, how to get there? This and more questions will be explored this morning, through the practice of asana, pranayama and mind control.

“There is nothing difficult to obtain in the three worlds, by the competence of kevala kumbhaka all is possible.” (HPY 2,74)

Friday 1st July 2022

Kumbhaka, the freedom from all impurities

This is a repeat of the Saturday 11th June 2022 workshop.

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