“Doctor Yogi’s” Yoga Anatomy Immersion Course September 2017

This weekend immersion explores in detail the anatomy and physiology of your body applied to practicing and teaching yoga. All topics are related back to the asana practice and the sessions are interactive and experiential with a lot of group work. There is a focus on healthy alignment and practicing safely. A detailed manual will also be included.   This immersion is ideal for those with an established yoga practice who want to learn more about their […]

The Brighton Yoga Festival “A Yogic Approach” 8th & 9th July Sussex Cricket Ground, Hove

For the last three years, something very interesting and profoundly yogic has been stirring in Brighton. The summer of 2014 was the first Brighton Yoga Festival attracting more than 1200 people. Uniquely amongst the many large yoga festivals and shows, it was free to enter and thus attracted many new people to experience the wonderful benefits of yoga. A year later […]

The Myth of More in Modern Yoga – Huffington Post

Huffington Post The Myth of More in Modern YogaHuffington PostYoga, an ancient eight-fold practice originally designed to assist sincere spiritual seekers to access deep inner states of meditation and contemplation, seems to have become connected with a pervasive myth that more is better. There is more music … and more » Brought to you by Google […]