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Yoga Through the Elements


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Yoga Through the Elements

An Exploration of Virtues

I am delighted to be delivering this series of classes exploring yoga through the five Ayurvedic elements. As we move into Autumn and embrace the cooler months I would like to invite you set an intention and a commitment to exploring the different qualities of your yoga practice and the different qualities around us in life. 

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Thursdays 7.30 pm – 8.45 pm
5th October – 9th November 2017

@ Clerkenwellbeing
178 Goswell Road, EC1V 7DT
£82 if you book before the end of August
£90 thereafter

This is a 6 week course with no drop-in option

To book your place, click the link below and navigate to the 5th October

Ayurveda and Yoga are inseparable branches of the same tree of ancient wisdom. Ayurveda describes 5 Elements, into which all of nature can be categorised and by understanding these elements, we are able to find balance in our own lives.

- Earth: grounding, stable, nurturing and static
- Water: flowing, emotional, transparent and reflective
- Fire: power, force, movement, commitment and energising
- Air: light, heady and mobile
- Ether: spacious, subtle and pure

Through these elements we shall explore yoga practice and how it can affect our attitude and mood.

During this 6-week course we will explore these 5 Elements and consider how these Elements are present in our yoga practice, through physical Asana and also through our mental state and our attitude.

We will also utilise Essential Oils to include olfactory resonance with the Element being explored each week before exploring a fully integrated session in the final week.

Through the course of this intimate workshop you will be given further reading advice, handouts and free samples of Essential Oils in order to be able to deepen their practice between the weekly sessions.

This is an open level course and there will be options for all levels. Beginners are welcome but should have some experience of yoga. No prior knowledge of Ayurveda or Yoga philosophy is required.