This is an opportunity to immerse yourself in a complete practice of active and restorative postures, seated breathing practices and meditation.
Overall it will be a restful and meditative experience and a chance to go deeper into both the theory and practice of yoga within in a friendly group.
30 October – Prana (Part 1)
Prana is the Sanskrit word used to describe the vital energy or life force which animates each and every one of us. We will look at the ‘subtle anatomy’ of prana according to Indian philosophy, and learn more about nadi (the channels in which prana flows) and cakra (the places where nadi cross or intersect).
10.00 Arrival and introduction of theme
10.30 Morning practice (asana and pranayama)
13.30 Afternoon practice (restorative)
15.30 Meditation and integration
The cost is £55 which includes lunch.
Upcoming Study Retreat Days
Depending on numbers, these days will be held at our studio or a short walk away, at Shilbottle Community Hall. Accommodation is available for anyone that would like to travel from further afield (please contact us for details).
- Saturday 30 October – Prana Part 1: Subtle Anatomy (Nadis and Cakra)
- Saturday 18 December – Prana Part 2: The Five Winds (Prana Vayu)
Yoga Study Course
Each yoga day is structured around a philosophical theme and is aimed at those with some yoga experience already.
These days can be attended as part of a yoga study course, with optional homework assignments and 1:1 mentoring to support your home practice and integration of the material.
For further information about this option please contact us.
July 2021 – The three guna – rajas (movement), tamas (inertia) and sattva (clarity).