India people from every sphere of life, from physicians to politicians
and religious teachers to shopkeepers, consider the Bhagavad Gita to be a
source of inspiration.
What is it that makes this great text a teaching for all these situations and what is its relationship with Yoga?
THE MORNING SESSION – suggested guidelines - TBC according to the group appearance
10.00am Introduction and study workshop
11.15am approx Practice
12.00pm Study workshop
THE AFTERNOON SESSION– suggested guidelines - TBC according to the group appearance
1.45pm Study workshop
3.15pm approx Practice
About the Tutor
has been teaching Yoga for 35 years and training Yoga teachers for over
25 years. Starting practising Yoga in 1972 he went on to learn in India
from 1979 starting with a two year stay in South India studying Yoga
practice, psychology and therapy within a traditional one to one
mentorship with his Teacher TKV Desikachar. Returning to India over 20
times he continued his studies with his Teacher in Yoga and allied
subjects in the fields of psychology, healthcare and music.
Yoga work is complemented by two years training as a Herbalist and five
years training as a counsellor in the UK. A nationally known teacher
through seminars, conferences and writings he is involved in the
training of teachers and teacher trainers as well as maintaining a
personal client practice and being Director of a Yoga Teaching and
Therapy Centre in Bristol.
bring a copy of the Bhagavad Gita – if possible one with Romanised
Sanskrit i.e. Winthrop Sargeant edition, and a copy of Patanjali’s Yoga
Sutra by TKV Desikachar, Christopher Chapple or Feuerstein.
bring a practice mat and especially a block for asana and sitting or
stool for sitting. Please bring a contribution to a shared lunch. Hot
drinks will be provided.