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Teaching Pranayama: How to Introduce, Maintain and Develop a Pranayama practice in the Class situation

13th November 2021
at zoom workshop


Teaching Pranayama: How to Introduce, Maintain and Develop a Pranayama practice in the Class situation

Tutor: Philip Xerri

Date: 13th November 2021

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Location: zoom workshop

Type of Event: Other

Places Available: 11


This CPD Event will explore thoroughly the beginnings of Basic Breathing/Pranayama from a teaching perspective. It will focus especially on the first year of a student’s practice giving a logical, sequential and progressive structure that can be integrated into the general class situation. An overall plan for years two and three will also be given and the main practices undertaken.

Venue

zoom workshop
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Ticket Type Price Tickets
Non-Member £40.00
This Course will explore thoroughly the beginnings of Basic Breathing/Pranayama from a teaching perspective. It will focus especially on the first year of a student’s practice giving a logical, sequential and progressive structure that can be integrated into the general class situation. An overall plan for years two and three will also be given and the main practices undertaken.


Summary

About Philip Xerri

Philip began practicing Yoga in the 70's with Philip Jones in Cardiff. He 'fell in love' with Pranayama and went to India to study with Dr. Swami Gitananda. He studied Comparative Religions at Lancaster University and in 1984 founded Yoga Quests. To date Philip travels extensivly teaching on all aspects of Pranayama WS3 5DZ