What is Ashtanga (eight limbed) Yoga? Is there more to this ancient art than stretching out the body? if so, what is it?

Are you curious to learn more about meditation or how to breathe better? Have you wondered how to create an effective filter between yourself and the world so that you may better respond, rather than react?

Yogic philosophy offers ancient wisdoms and timeless sage advice, on how to go about the business of Being. These are uncannily relevant to our modern world and can provide foolproof answers and wise solutions to most of the issues faced by us today.

The Asana (posture) practice is really just the tip of the iceberg of Ashtanga Yoga. It is one limb out of eight and whilst it is a great starting point for many students, without the other limbs you ‘just ain’t’ truly practicing Ashtanga Yoga.

It is exciting that there is so much more to learn…

Sage Sessions offer accessible exploration into all of ‘the other limbs’ – Yamas and Niyamas, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi. Not only will this help you put more Yoga in your yoga but will be integral in helping you view the world and all in it from a slightly different perspective, without judgement.

The format of these classes will be open and inclusive with plenty of opportunity for discussion, practical application and feedback of techniques shared- thus equipping students with an accessible and systematic approach to a regular and sustainable pranayama and meditation practice.

The only prerequisite for Sage Sessions is healthy curiosity.

Contact Dana today for bookings.

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