Full day workshop: Pranayama & Ayurveda - Yoga Kendra Malmö

23rd Mar 2019 23rd Mar 2019  |  Yoga Kendra Friisgatan 6C, 211 46 Malmö

Saturday 23 of March 2019 10.00-16.30

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Pranayama is an ancient method to “direct the life energy” and a direct shortcut to the mind. Its foundation is based on simple breathing techniques that have been proven to cure diseases, stress and emotional imbalance. In this workshop, you will be taught simple techniques of pranayama to give a taste of the deep spiritual Indian yoga tradition of Santhi Yoga. Today, yoga is well-known and appreciated as a physical and mental practice all over the world. 
You will learn basic breathing techniques and be confident enough to continue a daily practice that will make positive changes in your life. You will also be introduced to deeper layers of pranayama and learn how pranayama can be used as an important tool for true meditation to happen and how it connects to the subtle layers of your existence. But most of all, you will get a taste of the authentic spiritual yoga practice from an Indian Yoga master. 
In this workshop, you learn how to use basic Ayurvedic knowledge and how to find your own specific needs and remedies in your yoga practice. You will be introduced to the deeper essence of mantras, meditation, pranayama and ayurveda and will understand how to identify both the universal and specific components of your individual person (doshas). Understand why we as human beings react differently to life and each other. 
You will learn and understand by observing yourself as a case study. 
About Govind 
Govind’s mission is to share awareness about the deeper paths of yoga and to exemplify that practising yoga and meditation with the right attitude, wisdom and awareness will make you enter deeper states of consciousness.
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Govind is an Indian yoga master who has taught spiritual yoga and meditation in India and Europe since his spiritual awakening as a teenager. He is known for his compassionate way of sharing spiritual knowledge from the ancient Indian path of yoga.