Photo by Beth McDougall

Photo by Beth McDougall

Daniel presents ancient texts for modern times.

Combining storytelling, humour and insight, his practical approach makes yoga philosophy accessible and relevant. He teaches courses for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, on teacher trainings around the UK, and at Triyoga in London. He also offers private tuition, online and in person.

A former reporter, Daniel brings clarity to complex subjects. Drawing on a master’s degree from SOAS, and two decades of experience, he aims to help students explore their own path.

He has written a book about yoga philosophy aimed at practitioners, to be published soon. He also works freelance as an editor.

Yoga Book Club: The Yoga Sutra

Sundays, Nov 3 - 24, 2019

5:00 PM (UK); 12:00 PM (ET); 9:00 AM (PT)

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Philosophy of Yoga

Daniel's next course for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies starts on 13 October. There are seven weekly lessons, with supplementary reading, a forum for discussion and an optional essay. Including all materials, it costs £110. Enrol via the OCHS, which has more details.




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