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Sounds to the Self - Meditation 06

Through the yogic science of sound vibration you will experience different levels of sound from gross to subtle utilising asana, pranayama and other yogic meditation techniques.
The practices will reenergise body and mind, release tensions, create harmony and tune up the chakras, inducing an experience of inner expansiveness and deeper levels of awareness.

Presenters:

Gayatri Shakti has a B. Ed. degree (major Psychology) and a background as a Women's Counsellor. She has been involved in yoga for 18 years and trained in the Satyananda Tradition of Yoga both in Italy and India. A qualified yoga teacher since 1995 Gayatri Shakti has taught and served in yoga centres in Italy, Egypt, Uk, India, Spain and in Australia.
She has a personal interest in sound vibrations: particularly mantra chanting, kirtan and nada yoga, as tools to experience our inner expansiveness, create harmony within, and to awaken and express the qualities of the heart.

Dharmavanam who has been practising Integral yoga and meditation for 16 years. Dharmavanam underwent his yogic training in Australia and India, trained both in the Satyananda System of Yoga, and with the SA Institute of Yoga Teachers, in conjunction with the Venkatesa Institute (NZ). He has taught, lectured and co-managed yoga centres in Australia, South Africa and Europe. He has a keen interest and inspired passion for Mantra Yoga, Prana Vidya, and Yoga Therapy for musculoskeletal problems and sleep disorders. Dharmavanam is an experienced Shiatsu therapist.

Venue:
Padmasambhava

Fee:
£30

Date:
Saturday February 11th 10.00am - 4.30pm



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