Weekend Free Yoga

Hey yogis,

We’re very happy to announce a short series of free Sri Sri Yoga workshops at International Student House (ISH), Great Portland Street with Bhavini Vyas.

The sessions are open to all, particularly those who are new to yoga as well as experienced practitioners looking to deepen their practice, and will include Sri Sri Yoga, delving into the wisdom of the original ancient scriptures of Yoga: ‘The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali’, pranayama and meditation.  Sri Sri Yoga is designed to give a true experience of the essence of yoga, creating an in-depth personal understanding and solid foundation for you to practice at home.
Thursday 7th March, 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Sri Sri Yoga: Effort without Struggle – How to achieve excellence by overcoming the obstacles in our mind.
Friday 8th March, 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Sri Sri Yoga: Quietening the thought activity – Perfect to bring stillness into the mind after a long week at work!
Saturday 9th March, 10am – 12pm
Sri Sri Yoga: Equanimous in all situations – Remaining balanced through all the opposites in life.
Saturday 9th March, 3pm – 5pm
Sri Sri Yoga: Skill in Action – Handling situations skilfully through the practice of Yoga.
Sunday 10th March, 7.15am – 9am
Lotus Flower Yoga: Padma Sadhana – A specially devised yoga sequence by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar to stimulate creativity and awareness.
“Like a flower bud, human life has the potential to blossom fully.  Blossoming of human potential to fullness is yoga” –Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Sunday 10th March, 10.30am – 12 pm
Long Sudarshan Kriya follow up, open to all graduates of Part 1 and Yes+ courses.
All sessions are at ISH (International Students House), 229 Great Portland Street, W1W 5PN
Feel free to attend all or as many sessions as you would like.  Bring your own mat, a shawl for the relaxation at the end, and anything else you may need to be comfortable.
Do get in touch in you have any questions – or if you require a yoga mat!
Looking forward to seeing you from this evening.
“Every cell in the body has the capacity to hold infinity.” – H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar