Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic system of yoga which, when practised regularly, will bring strength, flexibility and a strong sense of inner peace.
I practice and teach Ashtanga Yoga following the tradition and method of the late Sri K Pattabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath, who now continues to teach and share this method of yoga in the city of Mysore, India and throughout the world.
April May June 2017
Mon 9.30am Mysore practice, teaching from 9.30, doors open 8.30 if you would like to begin earlier.
Wed 9.30am Mysore practice, teaching from 9.30, doors open 8.30 if you would like to begin earlier.
Fri at 9.30am Sanskrit counted primary series class.
Happy Easter weekend!
There will be no led class on Friday 14th April nor mysore on Monday 17th April 2017.
Saturday 8th April 2017
Led Primary Class & Lecture
An amazing opportunity to practice and learn with Eddie, an educated, practiced and wise yogi !
8am- 10am Led Primary Class £30
10.30am – 12 Lecture £30
Lecture : Yoga and the Nervous System
According to the earliest references of Yoga in the Upanishads, the purpose of yoga is to steady the sense organs, and move our awareness inwards towards Self-knowledge, rather than towards the ever enticing and changing objects of the world. In this lecture we will look at an overview of the presentation of the nadis, the different types of nerves, according to Yogis, and their corollary systems according to Western medicine. These two complementary systems are very important for maintaining health, homeostasis, our ability to listen and communicate well with others, and find a sense of peace within our own nervous system. The lectures lead toward an understanding of how some of the most inner benefits of asanas, pranayama, and chanting are actually activating our nervous system in profound ways.
Eddie Stern is an Ashtanga Yoga teacher, author, and lecturer. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
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And please do drop me a note if you’d like to come along and would appreciate a concession. That’s fine!
Thankyou and I hope you can come along.
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