Modern yoga is focused on postures, but other forms of practice are even more powerful. Join us on a London rooftop for an uplifting fusion of physical methods and inner inquiry, with practical insights from yoga philosophy. This integrated workshop includes a playfully challenging postural sequence, traditional breath-work, silent sitting and a little bit of chanting. We conclude with a group discussion and Q&A. Our aim is to nurture independent practice. Book now for Saturday, 20 July (14:00-17:00).
This approach to yoga is dynamic and accessible. It is suitable for beginners as well as those with some experience. You don't have to be bendy, or exceptionally fit. Many sports stars use yoga to help them recover and stay injury-free: the practice helps to focus the mind while building strength and flexibility. Classes are on Saturday mornings (11.00-12.00) at Upper Rissington Village Hall. The cost for four sessions is £25. If you have any questions, please contact the teacher, Daniel Simpson.
Daniel’s next online course for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies begins on 21 July. There are seven weekly lessons on yoga philosophy, with supplementary reading, a forum for discussion and an optional essay at the end of the course. Including all materials, it costs £110 (or $140). Enrol via the OCHS website, which has more details.