Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan



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Timings: Thurs 23 - Sun 26 March, 9.30 - 12.30pm

Workshop Fee: £ 330 Early Bird Price Registration and payment on or before 31 December 2016 £ 365 Normal Price Registration and payment on or after 01 January 2017

The Yogin-s understood the human body differently from how we perceive it today. Apart from understanding it as a complex physiological structure, the Yogin-s also realized that we are made up of an intricate subtle body.

An important part of this subtle entity is the major energy centers known as Cakra-s, which are linked together through subtle channels called the Nadi-s. Each of these Cakra-s is associated with vital physiological and emotional functions. Hence the Yogin-s firmly believed that any imbalance in the Cakra-s could result in physiological and emotional illness and vice versa.

Thus they had a deep and profound understanding of the Cakra-s and also developed tools and methods to influence them when they were in a state of disharmony. In fact this understanding of the subtle body was the main basis for evolving the multiple tools of Yoga. For each modern Yoga practitioner it is important to learn the way Yogin-s saw the human body through this understanding of the subtle anatomy and how Yoga’s tools can be utilized to influence the energy centers in the body. When the Cakra-s are properly understood and Yoga’s tools are appropriately administered, they become powerful allies in the path of health and expansion of hidden potential.

This immersion course will provide a solid platform for serious practitioners to explore this topic of Cakra-s in depth. Profound practices specifically focused on each cakra will also be offered.

Guidelines of self-observation on the effects of such practices will also be provided and participants will also be offered opportunities to explore these further. TKV Desikachar, son and principal student of Krishnamacharya, continued to carry his fathers teaching tradition into the 21st century. He has been especially instrumental in building bridges between Yoga and other healing modalities, enlarging the field of yoga therapy and inspiring thousands of Yoga practitioners, healers and therapists worldwide.

Professor T Krishnamacharya revolutionized yoga in the 20th century through his personal example, his immense healing abilities and his numerous contributions in the different fields of Yoga. He was a pioneer in the revival of the ancient teachings and in making them accessible for the modern world.

He stood for a profound yet intelligent approach to Yoga, where the tools and techniques were adapted to respect the needs, abilities and requirements of each individual, be it in the domain of health, healing or spirituality

Worldwide he is recognized as one of the strongest influences on establishing and developing what yoga has become today. The popularity and appeal of his students, including Indra Devi, Pattabhi Jois, BKS Iyengar and his son TKV Desikachar testify to the significance of his life’s work and teachings and to his position as one of the most significant Yoga masters of the modern era.

At 4a Castletown Road, West Kensington, London Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan 4a Castletown Road West Kensington London W14 9HE United Kingdom

020 7381 3086/4608

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