This is an intermediate course focusing on the most commonly practiced techniques of Hatha Yoga. This course introduces and extends techniques in a methodical, hands-on manner, with commentary that explains the original context of techniques and their relevance to modern life.
Contemporary western practice is centred upon five elements found in Hatha Yoga:
• Pranayama (breathwork)
• Asana (posture and kinesiology)
• Dharana (first stage meditation)
• Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)
• Yogic Nutrition.
The course will enable enable you to experience and measure your progress – in learning foundational techniques; in developing strength, stamina, balance and flexibility; and in gaining greater concentration and peace of mind.
The practice of yoga should be intrinsically rewarding and contribute to good health and mental balance. You should have some experience of Yoga (any form) and be physically confident to participate fully in this course.
Time: 20:00 – 21:30
Concessions: £42.00 (GBP) (Students/ Unemployed / OAPs)
Block booking: £52.00 (GBP) for 12 weeks
Yoga style: Hatha Yoga Ability
Course Length: 8 week course
Course Title: Intermediate Hatha Yoga
Start Date: Beginning 12th April 2010
Location: Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo, London, London, SE1 7HT
Telephone: 07944 044616
For booking details see the Morley College website: www.morleycollege.ac.uk