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IST - Age Old Teachings in Todays World

13th April 2019
at Harrietsham Village Hall

IST - Age Old Teachings in Todays World

Tutor: Gill Lloyd

Date: 13th April 2019

Time: 10:00 - 15:45

Location: Harrietsham Village Hall

Type of Event: IST Days

Places Available: 3

Our 21st century lives are often incredibly tension rich and time poor. The ancient teachings can give us the ability to ground and reconnect with our Self. Gill will explain how this ancient literature can resonate with us and has relevance in our 21st century yoga practice. She will guide us through discussion, and a practice of chanting, asana and pranayama designed to connect us and establish the conditions necessary for health and wellbeing.
Gill’s book - ‘Yoga - The Early Story’ is renowned nationwide as a key to unlocking the somewhat impenetrable texts, and through her clear understanding of these important teachings she makes them instantly accessible. Currently Gill teaches individuals, supervises training courses and runs workshops. As a teacher with over forty years’ experience, she was a personal student of TKV Desikachar and now she continues her own study with Radha Sundararajan. 

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Harrietsham Village Hall
Church Lane
ME17 1AP


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