Sunday 6th May. 1pm – 4pm
This is a workshop aimed at exploring the pranayama practice as taught by Dr Shrikrishna of the Yoga Biomedical Trust (https://www.yogatherapy.org/).
During the session we will consider the esoteric concept of prana, referring to yogic texts. We will have space to relate these ideas to what is going on day to day in our lives by exploring how prana can get trapped in our habit patterns, those cycles of behaviour which we can find so difficult to change.
Having worked in addiction services for many years, Surrinder has much experience of dealing with the more obvious or gross habits. But we all have subtle and not so subtle equivalents manifesting in a host of ways.
This workshop aims to help develop alternative perspectives on our habits and how they relate to prana. These can then be integrated in preparatory asana and then pranayama practice.
All you need bring is an open mind and heart.
For queries or further information contact Surrinder on 07702296334 or email@example.com
Surrinder has been interested in Yoga since childhood. Having attended classes in Hatha, Ashtanga, Jivamukti and Iyengar yoga for many years he has since completed intensive training qualifying as a teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2011. Since 2001 he studied and practiced with the renowned Mira Mehta (author of the Iyengar Way) qualifying as a teacher with her Yogic Path School in 2016.
Surrinder has attended annual retreats in India and the UK for many years deepening his understanding of practical applications of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra’s and the Bhagavad Gita alongside the theory and practice of Pranayama.
He has worked as a qualified counsellor for over 20 years in addiction services, and currently completing an intensive training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for mental health issues. Surrinder aims to bring alive the physical, emotional and spiritual teachings of yoga by relating them to daily life using his wealth of life and professional experience.