Tutor: Billy Doyle
Date: 11th July 2020
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Through asana, breath work, pranayama and awareness Billy will guide participants into meditation. The guided route will be by listening to the body alive with sensation and vibration. When we bring this experience of the body into yoga postures they have a completely different quality. If we only work on a muscular level we are reinforcing the patterns that have accumulated. It is the feeling of openness and expansion that gives us a fore-feeling of our real nature. We may then have the insight that happiness is inside, it is our real nature, and is always there, waiting for us. Previous days with Billy have been received with great interest and excellent feedback.
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Billy Doyle qualified with the BWY in 1980. He has also studied Alexander Technique, Feldenkraise, Eutony and Cranio-Sacral Therapy. He teaches yoga in the Kashmir Tradition, which was brought to the West by Jean Klein who Billy worked with for 15 years. He has a deep love of the Indian non-duality tradition Advaita Vedanta and is author of a poetic book on the subject, The Mirage of Separation, published in 2008. His second book, Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition: the art of listening, was published in 2014 and follows the teachings of Jean Klein and focuses on awareness through body sensation. He teaches in London and runs retreats in UK and abroad. He has been invited over many years to take workshops and IST days in different yoga groups throughout UK.