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[ONLINE] Chakra Yoga & Tattwas Circle: Monthly Workshop

Sunday 07 July, 2024 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Join Swami Karma Karuna, Swāmi Muktibodhānanda and Rebecca Fagan (Yogashakti) for a monthly exploration of the chakra & tattwas (elements). This 1.5 hour class will focus on philosophy, asana and meditation to assist us to bring health, happiness and harmony in all aspects of our lives.

This month, dive into the transformative world of the air element Tattwa

Date: Sunday 7 July (every first Sunday of the month)
Time: 10.30am NZT / 8.30am AEST

This class can be taken as a one off or as pat of the full course.

Each class includes:
Asana (gentle exercise) practices, pranayama techniques, mudra and meditation practices. 
3 Expert Instructors: Yoga teachers with over 108 years experience: Swamis Mukti, Karma Karuna, and Yoga Shakti (Physio)
Building Community: Practising together strengthens our yoga and the opportunity to ask questions of our experts.
Who are the Chakra Yoga Classes for?
Yoga Teachers
To learn techniques to deepen your students knowledge of the mysteries of the chakras.
Meditators 
Learn practices to activate specific chakras.
Yoga students
Those who want to explore subtle yoga along with gentle yoga asana.
ADDITIONAL INFO

SUBSCRIPTION

$108 USD upfront payment for whole course (approx. $176 NZD)

or $10 USD monthly payment (Approx $16 NZD p/m)

Subscribers receive unlimited access to the whole series for 3 months PLUS resources. Unsubscribe at any time but we hope you stay and support this project!

or

ONE OFF CLASS

$15 USD (Approx $25 NZD per class)

1 hr class
8.30am AEST QLD Australian Time
9.30am Victoria/ NSW
11.30am NZT

Other locations convert UTC & GMT + 10 to your city”s time zone.

* The live class zoom link will be emailed on the Friday before the class starts.
* The recording will be emailed a week after the class.

 

TEACHERS
swami muktibodhananda

Swāmi Muktibodhānanda

I found yoga in 1972 as an adjunct to classical ballet. I soon realised that the major benefits of yoga practise for me were at an emotional and psychological level. I was fortunate to meet Paramahansa Swami Satyānanda in 1976 at the Sydney World Yoga Convention. And I travelled to India to study under his direct guidance. For 10 years I lived at the Bihār School of Yoga, Munger. I practised various aspects of freedom yoga and taught classical Hatha Yoga. During this time I also authored ‘Swara Yoga, the Tantric Science of Brain Breathing’ and commentaries on ‘Haṭha Yoga Pradīpikā, the Light on Hatha Yoga’, the C15 AD Sanskrit text by Yogi Swātmarāma. Paramahansa Swāmi Niranjanānanda gave me the title of Yogācharya, master of yoga, in 1993. While in Brisbane I teach regular yoga and meditation classes at my studio Mukti Freedom Yoga in Forest Lake. My goal is to bring the ancient yoga practices into the modern day context

Swami Karma Karuna Anahata Yoga Retreat

Swami Karma Karuna Saraswati

is an engaging, intuitive yoga and meditation teacher, inspirational speaker, writer and IAYT certified Yoga Therapist with 30 years of experience in the yoga field including significant training in Nepal and India and ongoing training in the ashram with her teachers. She is also certified by Yoga Alliance and is a senior teacher of Yoga Australia/New Zealand. A Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communications with a minor in Psychology determined an early interest in working with groups and individuals. Swami Karma Karuna specialises in a range or areas such as Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga, Prana, Chakras, Yoga Psychology and Women’s Health. She is also a co-founder and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, New Zealand and travels throughout the world, leading workshops, training yoga teachers, presenting at international events, guiding spiritual sadhana retreats and offering therapeutic one to one yoga sessions. Swami Karma Karuna is passionate about sharing an authentic and down to earth approach, weaving together the ancient practices with a touch of psychology and brain science aimed at motivating people to live their yoga here and now.

rebecca fagan yogashakti

Rebecca Fagan, Yogashakti

Yogashakti ntegrates physiotherapy and yoga knowledge and skills gained over 25+ years. “I started yoga in the mid 1980s as a Uni student. I quickly discovered yoga techniques not only helped with aches and pains, flexibility and strength but also stress management, study and sleep. Meditation and mindfulness opened up a whole new inner world. Yoga was having profound effects on my body, mind, relationships, choices and resilience. Initially I studied yoga teacher training with the Bihar yoga method and then combined this wonderful and comprehensive basis with other styles of yoga and meditation. Integrating physiotherapy, brain and mind science, psychology, group work skills, meditation and traditional yoga has become my life’s work. Throughout raising a family and working I’ve used yoga tools as my anchor. Challenges and life transitions have been transformed through yoga to become precious opportunities for growth. I love to share these uplifting yoga tools. I established Physioyoga & Wellbeing and have had the joy and privilege of helping patients with musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and yoga therapy for nearly 30 years. Education in professional and personal development for yoga teachers and health practitioners is now my major focus.”

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