13th October: Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga, Relaxation & 1st Cakra

Saturday 13th October


The Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga with Extended Relaxation
10am – 12.00 pm, two hours to unwind over shared lunch, and Kundalini Workshop: The First Cakra: Muladhara, Earth, Root Cakra. E
xploring key concepts at this level of conciousness. 2-4pm.

 

Come out to the country for a part or whole day retreat. There is a Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga session between10-12, followed by a shared vegetarian/ vegan g/f lunch and opportunity to relax in the garden, followed by an exploration of The First Cakra of the Kundalini System 2-4pm. Satsang will be offered afterwards. (Attendance at Satsang by donation to charity).

Come for part or all of the day. The afternoon session is reflective practice through mantra, meditation and relaxation. Bring a mat and blanket and note book and pen for both sessions.

Contact: jane@yogalightness.com

 

About The Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga

The Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga Symbols, Secrets and Metaphor

“Hidden Language Hatha Yoga is both deeply personal and brilliantly universal. Through attention to the symbolism of the asanas, (postures), we can discover layers of meaning and make connections that change our lives. Because we are listening to the body, our reflections take on an honesty and reality that the mind can’t deny. As we move into the asana, it becomes clear where we are holding tension, where we are protecting ourselves, where we open. Starting from an attitude of acceptance, we can encourage movement and bring in curiosity. What is holding? How does it relate the symbolism of the position?

Symbols resonate with meaning and allude to a richness that continues to be revealed as they are explored. They always hold further mystery. When we realize that the names of the asanas and the physical positions themselves are symbolic, we are standing at a doorway. Through the Hidden Language process, Swami Radha offers us a key.

Bringing reflection into our Hatha Yoga practice, we learn to listen- not just to the body, but also to our thoughts, intuition and memories. We observe and acknowledge images that may arise in our minds, connected with the symbol. By being aware of the interactions between our body, our mind and the symbol, the pose deepens. Yoga is suddenly more than a workout at a certain time of day. It becomes relevant off the mat. The insights gathered in practice can be carried into action. Life starts to change. Yoga comes alive.”

By Swami Lalitananda, from the forward to Hatha Yoga The Hidden Language by Swami Sivananda Radha.

“In the Hidden Language approach to Hatha Yoga, founded by Swami Sivananda Radha, the asanas can be realised as mudras, sacred seals or gestures. If we want to understand what secrets they hold, we can inquire and reflect and begin to loosen up what has been sealed away- in our bodies, in our minds, in the potency of the poses themselves”.

Swami Lalitananda, The Hidden Life of Asanas.

The Hidden Language approach is a reflective one. Bring a mat, blanket, journal and pen.

Click here for more information on Kundalini Yoga.

Investment Options.

£20 per session. Early bird booking: £18 when booked at least four weeks before the date of the workshop.

£50 for the day. Early bird booking: £45 for the whole day when booked at least four weeks before the date of the workshop.

Early bird  booking for three 2 hour sessions on different days this autumn: £50 when booked at least four weeks before the date of the workshop. Add £5 for dream workshop on the 9th November.

Early bird booking all three days, 13th October, 10th November and 8th December: £120  when booked at least four weeks before the date of the first workshop.

Choose your option and click here to pay via PayPal

Accommodation is available, minimum two night stay. Click here for self catering or full board options: Accommodation

Relaxation is a skill that can be cultivated. This workshop teaches you techniques to relax both the mind and the body through Yasodhara Hatha Yoga, breathing practices, relaxation techniques and meditation.

This is an opportunity to slow down and reconnect to a place of inner peace and calm.

Yasodhara Yoga integrates classical asanas with spiritual practices of mantra and meditation and encourages relaxation within the practice. These workshops empower students to accept and listen to their bodies. Non-competitive and compassionate, open to all levels.

Investment:

Yoga and Relaxation £20.00

With the option to stay for Lunch. Bring a dish to share.

Kundalini Yoga: First Cakra workshop £20

£40 for the whole day.

Payment via PayPal to jane@yogalightness.com

Contact: jane@yogalightness.com for more information.

Testimonials

“A very lovely way to spend a Saturday morning. Quiet, calm, safe space in which to explore my body through yoga and relaxation.” Laurie McAllister

” A lovely relaxing class. I felt safe and contained in this environment”.

“After a weekend with Jane at her lovely retreat centre in North Norfolk I felt nourished and renewed, not only by the relaxing and reflecting processes we were taken through in our yoga sessions, but also by the delicious vegan good and comfortable surroundings”. Elizabeth Taylor

 

“Incredibly relaxing and rejuvenating”. Clare Gay

 

Most valuable insight:
“Being in the here and now through breath”. Sharon Zagni

 

“I would highly recommend Jane’s Yoga Relaxation days. The venue is  perfect – set deep in glorious Norfolk countryside, it is the ideal place for this type of workshop. The morning was a magical mystical journey of unfolding awareness of my body and how to return to a state of calmness and relaxation”.
Maggie Claridge

 

“Jane has a sublime way of leading the class. Very much enjoyed this mornings experience.”
Sue Lee

 

“I felt the authenticity and congruence of content and your embodiment allowed me to return to our deeper Cosmic reality, with many insights – a new beginning within a familiar cycle.”
Annie Lloyd

 

“Excellent [workshop]. At no time did I feel out of my depth. Clear and precise teaching”.
Sarah Helena Bale

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