24 June 2018, 14:00–16:00
15 Edge Street, London W8 7PN
020 7221 4602
Zephyr Wildman will be leading an exploration of self-inquiry into the nature of the mind, body and breath with a focus on the roots of suffering and how/why we become trapped by our fear based beliefs. Using yogic-psychology, mindfulness, movement and meditation we will discover techniques to observe and acknowledge our own fears, help to resolve resentment, find better skills at managing emotions and connect to our willingness to forgive and nurture compassion.
This workshop will use asana, Bandha-Kriya and Pranayama techniques to prepare for 4 contemplative mediative practices based on Vipassana, the study of insight into the true nature of reality.
Using Patanjali’s Kriya Yoga our focus will be on three of his teachings associated with self study; Tapas, Sva Dhyaya, and Isvara Pranidhana. These three teachings, intertwined with our meditation practices, will serve as a blue print to cultivate opportunities to find resolve for a clearer and more sustainable path forward through life.
Please bring a note pad and pen for journalling findings.