BWY Unveils Exciting Line-Up of Free Online Events for 2024
Dive deep into yoga’s history, philosophy and practical wisdom with leading experts
In a bid to continue supporting yoga learning during the economic challenges, BWY proudly announces its 2024 programme of free online Members’ Sessions. Following the success of last year’s events, the programme expands its exploration into philosophy and yoga practice, featuring sessions led by renowned yogis and experts.
Join us online via zoom to discover the historical roots of yoga with Dr. Theo Wildcroft. Delve into Buddhist themes in yoga and incorporate practices from the Yoga Sutra in your practice with sessions led by Buddhist Nun, Emma Slade, and author, Roopa Pai. Learn the intricacies of mantra-sādhanā and yin yoga through experiential sessions led by Sanskrit scholar Anuradha Choudray and Norman Blair.
Members can attend for free and these sessions count towards CPD for teaching members. Non-members can also join for £20. Recordings from the events will be available to all in the ‘video library’ in the resources section of the website.
For further details and to book:
Dr Theo Wildcroft – From ancient wisdom traditions to modern teaching practices
Emma Slade – Bringing Buddhist themes into your yoga practice
Anuradha Choudray – Self-transformation: the heart of Mantra-sādhana
Norman Blair – Yin yoga, energy channels and acupressure points
Roopa Pai – Maharishi Patanjali’s Ultimate Handbook of Mind Control
Di O’Reilly, Chair of BWY, said: “We are honoured to present these inspirational sessions to our members and the wider yoga community. These sessions not only deepen our understanding of yoga’s diverse styles and rich history but also build connections with new communities, helping to extend yoga learning to all.”
British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) is committed to promoting a greater understanding of yoga and its safe practice through experience, education, study and training. Serving 5000+ members across the UK, BWY is a leader in developing high-quality yoga teacher training and champions yoga through events and festivals across the UK. A registered charity and established in 1965, BWY is recognised as the National Governing Body for Yoga by Sport England and Sport Wales.