One day yoga workshop with yoga poses, breath work, and mudras to help still the mind and body.
‘Stillness – the gate to Inner experience’
In the restless river, one cannot see their true reflection, but in a still lake, the true self shines clearly. A deeper purpose of yoga is to gradually bring the practitioner to stillness. Includes static postures, balancing breath, Kaya Sthariam (Body Stillness Meditation) and Mudras to develop a still body and mind.
Swami Karma Karuna, founding member and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, NZ, is an engaging, intuitive yoga
teacher with more than 25 years of training and experience in a range or areas such as therapeutic applications of yoga,
Yoga Nidra relaxation, prana, chakras, women’s health and applications of yoga into daily life.
Her wide range of teaching spans varying settings and cultures, including therapeutic and social areas, yoga teacher
trainings, guiding spiritual sadhana retreats and working one to one addressing individual needs. She spends several
months each year in India and travelling internationally, dedicated to imparting simple and powerful techniques for
Swami Karma Karuna has released several guided practice CDs and tracks including Hatha Yoga classes, Yoga Nidra
and deeper meditation techniques She is also a regular contributor of articles to magazines such as the Australian Yoga
Life Magazine. Swami Karma Karuna shares simple, inspiring and practical guidance to bring yoga off the mat and into
Early bird investment: $80 adults; $40 students (for bookings received by 10 June)
If booking received after 10 June: $95 adults; $47.50 students
Contact Radhe. txt: 027 3928220
Swami Karma Karuna, founding member and director of Anahata Yoga Retreat, NZ, is an engaging, intuitive yoga teacher with more than 25 years of training and experience. She specialises in therapeutic applications of yoga, yoga nidra relaxation and pranic practices and shares in a simple and practical way, inspiring people to access and apply yogic practices in their own lives.
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Yogic Living Workshop with Swami Karma Karuna
Sunday 24 June, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Event Includes
- Yoga poses
- Mudras to still the mind and body
- Includes static postures, balancing breath, Kaya Sthariam (Body Stillness Meditation) and Mudras to develop a still body and mind.