Tutor: Nick Edge
Date: 16th November 2019
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Yoga, and modern science, both tell us that all that exists is energy expressing in differing ways. This includes the physical body, the mind and emotions. Whilst being experienced very differently, they are all different patterns in energy – some are perceived as very solid, others more subtly.
Working with Sound and Vibration allows us to deepen our practice by influencing these patterns of energy. We can feel directly the change these practices have on the body, mind and emotions. On a practical level this can bring about a change in our day to day mental and emotional states and, at the same time, open us up to the experience of deeper levels of our Being.
Luckily, we don’t have to think about this or even understand it – it’s entirely experiential, we just do the practice and we feel the results.
During the day we will incorporate sound and vibration in our work with asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra (using the sound of the gong).
There will be time for discussion however the focus of the day is on direct experience of the practices."
Nick Edge is a born seeker who brings a very meditative and reflective style to his practice and teaching. As a gyana yogi, his main path is gyana yoga (the path of reflection and insight). He has been fundamentally inspired by his time at Mandala Yoga Ashram under the direction of Swami Nishchalananda and through his contact with other inspiring teachers, and has now fully stepped into the role of teacher, guide and inspirer. He teaches in a clear and engaging way, which is liberally sprinkled with humour! As his path has unfolded, he has become more and more convinced that yoga and meditation, as a science of self-realisation, need to be presented in the most accessible way possible for the modern age. This allows the incredible possibilities offered by these profound and inspiring practices to be fully available to all that seek for deeper understanding, regardless of their age, gender, background or tradition.
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