13th October 2018
13:30 - 16:30
White Wolf Yoga & Kitchen 14 Cook Street, L2 9QU Liverpool
This is a continuation from Workshop One (8th September at 1:30pm Breathe & Receive Yoga Workshop 1)
If you have not attended previous workshop you are still welcome to attend this one please message Thalbir if you have any questions.
We continue our journey towards exploring the more subtle realms of yoga so we are moving emphasis away from the physical postures that have become so popularised in the West and we will be journeying back into the roots of Yoga .
We will mainly focus on breathing practices (pranayama), mantras, mudras, chanting and meditation as well as interlacing Yoga philosophy. With the intention of exploring the higher chakras (The Heart Chakra, The Throat Chakra, The 3rd Eye Chakra, The Crown Chakra) and working with The Energy of Attraction.
Please note that this is Part Two of the Breath & Receive workshops (it is not necessary to attend both workshops if you have some previous yoga experience). However you do need some previous experience of Yoga and working with Chakras to attend Part Two)
The Part Two workshop is designed to:
Develop the practices we explored in Part One (8th September 1:30pm Breathe & Receive Yoga Workshop 1)
Create framework and tools for home practice
Amplify connection to Source energy
Provide a deeply nourishing, safe space for deep rest, relaxation, connection and reflection.
We will do:
Yoga asana flow movement sequence
Exploring these Chakras:
The Heart Chakra
The Throat Chakra
The 3rd Eye Chakra
The Crown Chakra
Early bird until 7th September £25
From 8th September onwards £30
Low income, students, unemployed – 2 concession places are available please contact me for further info.
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10% of proceeds will be donated to the One Man’s Story – Charity Fundraising Musical Production & Genie In The Gutter We help people reclaim their lives with a ‘Bridge to Recovery’ for people with complex needs of mental health conditions, substance misuse, homelessness, and offending.