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AMRITA YOGA Awareness in Every Action - Practical Yoga for Daily Living Weekend Retreat 22 - 23 February 2020 MA Centre

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AMRITA YOGA Awareness in Every Action - Practical Yoga for Daily Living Weekend Retreat 22 - 23 February 2020 MA Centre

Time & Location

22 Feb 2020, 09:00 – 23 Feb 2020, 15:00
MA Centre Events, Amrita Hall, 211 Fair Acres, Bromley BR2 9YG, UK

About the Event

https://macentre.org.uk/files/AmritaYoga.pdf

AMRITA YOGA Awareness in Every Action - Practical Yoga for Daily Living Weekend Retreat 22 - 23 February 2020 MA Centre Bromley. 

Amrita Yoga was born from the divine resolve and unconditional compassion of renowned spiritual leader, humanitarian, Maha Yogini, Satguru Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma). A traditional school of Hatha Yoga upholding Vedic principles, Amrita Yoga incorporates Amma's teachings and inte - grates the four dierent paths of yoga, cultivating physical, mental and spiritual upliftment. Focusing on awareness with heart-centered intention, the goal is to transcend the physical asana practice to deepen your own self awareness and the inter-connectedness of all life. “AWARENESS IN EVERY ACTION” 9.00am Saturday 22 - 3pm Sunday 23 February This is a rare opportunity for a weekend yoga retreat led by Brni Shobana. Oering a blend of Amrita Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Meditation, Yoga Talks and chanting. Simple vinyasa practice is open to all with an opportunity to deepen breath awareness. No prior yoga experience or Amrita Yoga training is necessary. COST: £85 pp, including all classes and light meals (evening and lunch). VENUE: MA Centre, 211 Fair Acres, Bromley BR2 9YG 

https://macentre.org.uk/files/AmritaYoga.pdf

Brahmacharini Shobana Brahmacharini Shobana, PHD, is an award-winning yoga practitioner and teacher who has dedicated her life to the pursuit of authentic yoga as a monastic in Amma’s ashram. Under Amma’s direct guidance, as director of Amrita Yoga® since 2004 she has taught more than 2000 workshops, classes and retreats to people from all over the world. Specializing in bridging the gap between ancient traditional Eastern practice and the practical needs of yoga in the West, Brni Shobana is one of only 12 members on the Indian government’s Committee for Yoga Education, which forms the curriculum courses in Indian universities.

https://macentre.org.uk/files/AmritaYoga.pdf

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