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Apr 5, 2024 - May 9, 2024

  • 35Days


In this 5 week course, we will be linking the Niyamas to the Spring energy of the season. These yoga courses will cover all aspects of the physical body, but draw you to go deeper. Learning more about the teachings of yoga, but also allowing a deeper connection to yourself, encouraging growth, love, peace and compassion. Aiming to: + Learning clearing and cleansing techniques. Where we can create more space. + Focusing awareness on the heart, drawing on gratitude and teachings of the East, to combat the lack and fear mentality of the West. + What drives you, re-awake your desire and passion for projects, your practice and your truth. + Self-reflection. Mindfulness practices, breath awareness and meditation tools. + Expansive thinking, cultivating a deeper sense of connection and awareness. NIYAMA – Positive duties or observances The second limb of the 8 limbs of yoga, Niyama, usually refers to internal duties. The prefix ‘ni’ is a Sanskrit verb which means ‘inward’ or ‘within’.
There are five Niyamas:  * saucha (cleanliness): Spring cleaning, releasing the old, in mind and body. * santosha (contentment). Drawing on gratitude and acceptance. Taking note of the beauty of nature and abundance. * tapas (discipline or burning desire or conversely, burning of desire). Rising energy of Spring to help us fine joy, discipline and dedication. * svadhyaya (self-study or self-reflection, and study of spiritual texts). Witnessing the self, studying our thoughts. A Mindfullness practice. * isvarapranidaha (surrender to a higher power). Connection to mother nature, the divine and the higher energies. Surrender and releasing control.

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