Being Spacious Through Meditation & Mindfulness
Sunday 14th April, 10.00 – 1.00pm, £30.00
Sheffield Yoga School, South Road, S6 3TA
We live in a fast changing, busy and uncertain, world. Searching outside of ourselves in the transient phenomena of daily life for genuine fulfillment and joy often just leads to frustration, restlessness and a sense of something which is ‘missing’.
Yet periodically we can hear or sense an inner calling, which reminds us that our sense of self is innately more spacious; naturally and easefully connected to the Whole of Life around us. This natural spaciousness allows the heart to breathe more easily, and the mind to feel more expansive.
This morning seminar will share simple practices that can expand our inner horizons and put us in touch with deeper levels of our embodied self.
They will be accessible practices, such as meditation, bandha, yoga nidra and asana, that you can continue in your own home and daily life. They are designed to remind us of that inner timeless source which is always present through all the changing vicissitudes of life.
Open to all!
Swami Krishnapremananda is a highly respected Yogi and Yoga teacher. He has been a resident of Mandala Yoga Ashram since 1997, studying, serving and practicing in that uniquely focused yoga environment.
During his years in the ashram, his understanding, practice and teaching have gradually matured, as he has endeavoured to live the understanding of yoga in daily life.
In 2007 he completed a year-long Vedanta training course with Swami Anubhavananda in India. He regularly teaches both in the ashram and in various parts of the country, and he also helps direct the Ashram’s Yoga Teacher Training Courses.
from Yoga Days Info, posted January 2019