Tutor: Rajesh David
Date: 4th November 2017
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Nada yoga techniques lead to an increasingly refined tuning of our perception. The resonance produced by our vocal sounds have the potential not only to energise our body and mind, but also to heighten our awareness of the chakras. Nada means sound. It also means vibration, thus incorporating everything from the most seemingly solid to the most intangible, therefore our exploration of nada must go beyond the limitations of human hearing to encompass wider concepts of harmony, balance and rhythm.
The day will include: harmony and balance in postural work, Chakra sensitisation, Mantra yoga, yoga nidra and developing a practice of meditation using sound. Rajesh is an accomplished musician, composer and singer. His passion for music and his study of Yoga has inspired him to develop seminars on Nada Yoga and Bhakti Yoga which he gives in UK and abroad. He has produced several CD albums of his compositions as well a yoga practice CDs. His latest CD album is inspired by the poems of the Sufi poet Amir Khusro.
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