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As yogis we want to experience the body as free fluid and powerful. How is this achieved? Through understanding the mechanics of the body and the most efficient way to approach any asana through detailed safe alignment instructions, employing the breath to lubricate the body during asana or as a separate practice to prepare and purify the body and mind. Lastly , understanding our response to stress and how to manage that response brings total energy and freedom.
Join SENIOR ISHTA YOGA TEACHER Rachel Zinman and John Weddepohl for a day of dynamic practice and an inspiring talk on freedom (moksha) in the 21st century.
How to protect the body and move safely into more challenging asanas. Perfect for any level !
Energising breathing practice
Vinyasa flow class with an aim to build strength and stamina for challenging poses
Ishta kriya meditation.
Moksha in the 21st Century. What being a accomplished human being (siddha) and the Upanishadic teachings of Self Knowledge mean for us living in the 21st century. The talk will enquire into yoga and its importance and relevance in the new age we find ourselves moving into.
Rachel Zinman is an international yoga teacher trainer, musician and published writer and poet with over 30 years practical experience in the fields of Hatha, Tantra, Ayurveda, Vendata and Bhakti Yoga. Her classes are often described as a fluid mix of creative playful sequencing, meaningful insights and light hearted fun.
John Weddepohl - aka Siddhartan is a yogi, music composer, teacher and explorer. After successfully completing his role as a householder in his native South Africa, John went to live in India. Traveling north, south, east and west, living with sampradayas and paramparas, (traditional lineages), different sects, eventually John met his master who over the next seven years initiated him in Para Vidya and Bramha Vidya, Supreme Self-Knowledge. Taught by his master in the style and methodology of India’s greatest teachers Sri Krsna and Adi Shankara. John was told to go out and teach