Courses Abroad

Courses Abroad

Weekend Workshop May 2016

Lisburn, N. Ireland 28 – 29 May 2016

Paddy Hamill
Santosha Yoga Studio
info@santoshayogastudio.co.uk
www.santoshayogastudio.co.uk

Introduction to Pranayama
Mira Mehta

This course introduces the principles and practice of pranayama, based on Yoga texts. It will give guidance on a range of simple pranayamas, on how to build a home practice and on safe and fruitful teaching. It is suitable for teachers and experienced students and participants are expected to have some familiarity with pranayama practice. The course plan is subject to change, depending on the needs of the participants.

28 – 29 May 2016

Time
Saturday
Sunday
10.30 - 1.00pm

Theory & Practice
What pranayama is:

prana and its control

Pranayama vs respiration:

The role of the diaphragm

The basic Yogic breath (Ujjayi)
Pranic Channels (nadis)

Retention (kumbhaka)

Interrupted pranayamas Viloma

Antara Kumbhaka
1.00 - 2.00pmLunch BreakLunch Break
2.00 – 3.00pmRestorative PracticeRestorative Practice
3.00 - 4.30pm

Teaching
Cautions and time-scales

Preliminary breath work
Basic arrangements for lying down

Ujjayi

Yoga and Healing Course(Jakarta, Indonesia) : 29 July – 3 August 2016

Contact : Yusni Irene
Email Id : oeeneeyin@yahoo.com

Yoga postures and breath control (asana and pranayama) are uniquely healing as they access the power of both body and mind. When done correctly they alleviate aches and pains caused by joint dysfunction and organ strain and improve the workings of all the body systems. At the same time they rejuvenate the mind, bringing clarity, strength and calm.

This course covers the principles of Yoga therapeutics, giving explanations from Yoga’s sister science, Ayurveda, and showing how these principles apply in practice.

It is open all except beginners.

Participants will find it helpful to refer to Health through Yoga by Mira Mehta

Please visit website for more details and enquiries.

Yoga and Healing Course(Gold Coast, Australia) : 8 August – 13 August 2016

Contact : Julie Dixon
Email Id : jad59@bigpond.com

Yoga postures and breath control (asana and pranayama) are uniquely healing as they access the power of both body and mind. When done correctly they alleviate aches and pains caused by joint dysfunction and organ strain and improve the workings of all the body systems. At the same time they rejuvenate the mind, bringing clarity, strength and calm.

This course covers the principles of Yoga therapeutics, giving explanations from Yoga’s sister science, Ayurveda, and showing how these principles apply in practice.

It is open all except beginners.

Participants will find it helpful to refer to Health through Yoga by Mira Mehta

Please visit website for more details and enquiries.