Introduction to Yoga Philosophy with Emma IsokiviSports
29 April 11:30 - 13:30
Book online here: http://bit.ly/2zbxaCI
Yoga as we often know it is a physical asana-based practice. Yet asana is only one of eight limbs to the practice of yoga.
In this session, Emma will share the nuggets of her knowledge gathered from several trips of personal study in India to explore some of the other seven limbs of yoga, including the history, philosophy and key texts that go behind the asana practice. Using the key texts (Sutras of Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads) we will discuss how we can apply some of this theory both on and off our yoga mats.
The course will intertwine the Ashtanga vinyasa practice, but also crossover for other broad yoga disciplines, so all practitioners are welcome.
The sessions will be 2 hours long on Sundays, and will have a relaxed and interactive approach to them (feel free to bring a coffee or juice into class). There will be a largely seated class, with some basic movements. Bring your mat, comfortable clothes, water and notepads with you.
Emma is excited to share some tools of to how to evolve your yoga practice from a physical one on the mat, to a fuller lived practice off the mat. If you have questions about the course just drop her an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
These sessions are £20, with our Meadowlark concessions applying . Pre-booking is highly recommended.