Tutor: Maha Sattwa
Date: 15th June 2019
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Known as the third eye, Agya chakra is the energetic centre that is concerned with awakening qualities such as wisdom, intuition and insight along with bringing about the resolution of conflicts and paradoxes. It is also the command centre, where the experiences of all of the other chakras are mentally processed and integrated. The yogic practices concerned with Agya Chakra can in time bring about a deeper vision of life.
This day will include a variety of yogic practices, such as asana (physical postures), pranayama (breathing practices) mudra (physical gestures to evoke energetic effects or attitudes) and meditation practices that have the potential to awaken Agya Chakra.
Maha Sattwa was drawn deeper into Yoga and Meditation about 20 years ago. She has been living and teaching at Mandala Yoga Ashram since 2013 and is a tutor on the ashram’s teacher training course. She specialises in a more meditative approach to the different paths of yoga and brings compassion and sensitivity into her teachings, which she conveys in a clear, uncluttered and accessible manner.
Boreham Village Hall is a comfortable hall with ample parking and is located in Main Road, Boreham immediately adjacent to Boreham Recreation Ground and its postcode is CM3 3JD
Hot drinks and biscuits will be available throughout the day. Please bring your own lunch to eat in there.
On the day
Please arrive at 9:45am for a 10:00am start
It is advisable that students wear comfortable clothes, which are practical for various roll-play situations (e.g. safety footwear, track-suits, jeans etc. – not skirts). Please do not wear lipstick as this marks the models when practicing
Students should bring spectacles if they require them and also bring a pen and note pad. For those with long hair, a hair-band will help when practicing techniques. All students should be in full health on the days of the course as there may be some practical work involved. Students will be issued with a manual during the course, which has space for small amounts of note taking.
Refreshment Please bring a packed lunch sandwiches or salad bowl. Although tea and coffee will be available if you require herbal or special diet please can you bring that with you Thank you.
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