From Sound to Silence 18/277
Date: 2nd September 2018
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
This day will review the concept of Nada and prepare us for a deeper understanding of sound. We will explore sound as harmony and balance in the body and work with music and mantra yoga. We will during the day be moving from sound to silence and examining the meaning and nature of silence. There will be a yoga nidra practice, reflection on the mantra Om, with reference to Upanishadic texts and a meditation practice. There will be a Hatha yoga practice in the morning.
Teaching materials will include handouts, posters, flip-chart, harmonium and tanpura. and teaching methods will include short lecture, demonstration, class work, experiential, self discovery, discussion and Q & A.
You must bring your own yoga mat and props as none will be provided.
Lunch is BYO or find a local cafe. Hot drinks will be provided.
Rajesh David trained at The Yoga Institute, Mumbai, India. He is also a composer and singer, with a background in Indian classical music. As a professional singer he was an A- grade artist for All India Radio & Television.
Whilst living as a resident of Mandala Yoga Ashram in Wales for four years, he conducted kirtan and chanting sessions, gave concerts and taught regular Nada Yoga courses. His three courses on the subject of Nada, Nada Yoga the Yoga of Subtle Sound, From Sound to Silence and The Music of Om - chanting and reflecting on the Mandukya Upanishad, together with two others, Bhakti Yoga Through Love to the Self and An Introduction to Adi Shankaracharyas Bhaja Govindam are all recognized as IST by the BWY.
He has been teaching these courses in the UK and abroad for several years. He has also taught with Swami Nishchalananda on a one-year course of Kriya Yoga at the Mandala Yoga Ashram.
His many CDs include collections of devotional music, such as Mantram Music for Relaxation and Meditation, The Music of AUM - The Mandukya Upanishad and Kabir - mystic poems, and practice CDs, such as Nadopasana, for practitioners of Nada Yoga. Rajesh has trained as a coach with HeartMath UK, which focuses on heart intelligence as a means of building resilience and managing stress.
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