SRI SRI YOGA
Here is a chance to learn Sri Sri Yoga from an experienced and qualified Teacher from the Art of Living Foundation.
You will learn yoga in its pure and untainted form. You will be taken step-by-step through the various stages.
For details on upcoming courses in Dublin or the rest of Ireland you may email Shankari at chycentre @ gmail.com
You may contact Shankari to organize a course in Ireland near you. We would ideally need at least 10 participants in a group. This number is ideal as it will enable us to have group sessions and interactions.
This workshop runs for either 5 days Monday to Friday. It is also held on two weekends including a
Friday. Classes may also be arranged one day a week.
ABOUT SRI SRI YOGA
Sri Sri Yoga is a balanced discipline of yoga offered by the Art of Living, which offers a multi-path approach for uniting body, breath and mind with awareness.
It explores the true essence of yoga, going beyond just the physical practice of asanas (postures), integrating the vast knowledge of yoga and its philosophy with the practice itself.
The term 'Yoga' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'yuj', meaning union.
Yoga is not merely a form of exercise for the body, it is the oldest system in the world that is a path towards unity of the body, mind and spirit.
The knowledge of yoga can be found in ancient scriptures dating back over 5000 years.
Yoga allows us to retune ourselves, return to the fine balance between body, breath, mind and feelings.
Yoga is a unique method of maintaining physical health and Sri Sri Yoga is a combination of gentle and vigorous series of asanas, with pranayamas and meditation techniques.
The programme in the workshops includes specially selected exercises for the people of any age or stamina. It is suitable for beginners as well as experienced yoga practitioners looking to deepen their practice, and add a new dimension to their daily routine.
Students gain not only a home practice but also an understanding of the depth and subtlety that yoga offers in relation to everyday life.
On a physical level, some of the benefits of yoga are that it improves flexibility, the range of joint movements, the posture and alignment of the body, blood circulation and digestion.
If you wish to become a Yoga Teacher this is the first step in that direction.
For courses in Ireland and for any further details you may email
chycentre @ gmail.com