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I am so excited to be sharing you the plan for next term, next year, is to weave our way through the Ethics in Yoga according to Patanjali's Yoga Sutras

These sessions will be accessible to all, no matter your experience of yoga but also suit regular practitioners who want to develop greater understanding of the ethics behind yoga according to ancient Hatha Yoga texts

We will start back Monday 4th January with the Yamas comprising of firstly

The outer observances, known as the Yamas

  • Ahimsa (non-harming or non-violence in thought, word and deed)

  • Satya (truthfulness)

  • Asteya (non-stealing)

  • Brahmacharya (celibacy or 'right use of energy')

  • Aparigraha (non-greed or non-hoarding)

And then the inner observances from Patanjali's Yoga Sutra's (threads) which list five niyamas, which apply specifically to how you conduct yourself on a more personal level

  • Saucha Cleanliness.

  • Santosha Contentment.

  • Tapas Self Discipline.

  • Svadhyaya Self Study.

  • Isvara-pranidhana Surrender.

And in true form will be exploring these on a personal experiential level, within gentle mobilisation, breath work and relaxation techniques

Classes will be staged for beginners and advanced practitioners to practice and gain insight alongside one another

For now these classes will carry on Live & Online Monday evenings, term time only

These sessions are preferably taken as a course of 10.

Session 1 - Monday 4th January

Session 2 - 11th Jan

Session 3 - 18th Jan

Session 4 - 25th Jan

Session 5 - 1st Feb

Session 6 - 8th Feb

Session 7 - 22nd Feb

Session 8 - 1st March

Session 9 - 8th March

Session 10 - 15th March

Drop-in £9

10 sessions to be pre-booked as a course £70

Concessions available, please ask for more information.

Please book here or contact Katherine for more info on

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