One of the main purposes of Ashtanga Yoga is to learn how to observe and explore ourselves. The main element that can help in this self-observation process is the cultivation of mindfulness. With this, we can create the right conditions in which our body-mind processes can beobserved without judgement and a better understanding of our own attitudes and motivations in the practice can be realised. All this understanding will help us not only to protect ourselves from injuries in the practice but also to find more joy and peace in our daily lives. In this workshop, we will be learning some basic mindfulness meditation exercises and exploring how we can apply them in our daily Ashtanga practice.
“Try to be mindful, and let things take their natural course. Then your mind will become still in any surroundings, like a clear forest pool…, and you will clearly see the nature of all things.” (Ajahn Chah)
Saturday 24 / Sunday 25 September
09:30 – 11:00: Meditation/Chanting (yoga sutras)
11:00 – 13:00: Mysore practice
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