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UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Yoga Asana and Meditation Workshop
1st October (Sunday, 10.30am – 12.30pm)

@ Gepz (Near Lavender MRT)

Yoga is a form of meditation when you connect with your breath as you move mindfully and be fully present. Learn how to calm your mind and hold in your postures. Truly feeling the benefits of the asana practice.

Many students practise yoga focusing on the physical postures and did not understand the science of pranayama (Breathing Exercises).

When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the mind too will be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath.
– Hatha Yoga Pradipika

Yoga aims to remove the root cause of all diseases, not to treat its symptoms as medical science generally attempts to do.
– Swami Vishnu Devananda

In this workshop, you will be practising Sivananda Yoga Asana for the first 75 mins and in the last 40 mins, I will be guiding you in final relaxation and thereafter a guided meditation.

This workshop is suitable for people for have tensions in the body and
feeling a little stressed from your normal busy schedule. Time to focus on yourself and give your body and mind the space they need.

Fee:
S$45 for non members
S$35 for members

Date: 1st Oct 2017
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Duration: 2 hrs
Level: Open
Address: CT HUB2, 114 Lavender Street, #10-73

Max. number of students: 10

Email ompulence@gmail.com to register

 

Headstand Variations Workshop
18th October (Sunday, 10.30am – 12.30pm)

@ Gepz (Near Lavender MRT)

Fee:
S$45 for non members
S$35 for members

Date: 18th Oct 2017
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Duration: 2 hrs
Level: Intermediate
Address: CT HUB2, 114 Lavender Street,  #10-73

Max. no. of students: 8

“Known as the “King of Asanas” because of its many benefits, the Headstand is the first of the 12 asanas and is considered by many to be a panacea for countless human ills. Sitting and standing for most of the day causes your circulation to become sluggish, so your heart has to work harder to pump sufficient blood to the upper parts of your body. Normally, your heart works against gravity; inverting your entire body lessens the strain on your heart, and allows a plentiful supply of oxygen-rich blood to reach your head and brain. This pose is not an advanced asana; even so, to begin with you may wish just to undertake the child’s Pose and the Dolphin, progressing to the full Headstand later.” – www.sivananda.org

This workshop is suitable for yoga students who have been practising headstand for about 4 – 6 months. This workshop will also teach you how to practise other variations of the headstand. Keeping this group small so that I am able to guide everyone of you who attends. Look forward to meeting you. Om Shanti

Email ompulence@gmail.com to register

 

 

 

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