Yoga for the Mind
Celestial Waves Meditation
A combination of sound bowl, mantra, guided mediation, affirmation and reflection. The themes are based on Joseph Campbell’s Heros Journey to help us explore our thoughts, values and beliefs in a more creative way.
Our yoga practices for the mind can help you build inner resilience so you feel in control and centered in a world that is unpredictable and sometimes chaotic, especially if you are juggling children’s schedules, meetings, international travel. The ability to continue to express yourself calmly and exude patience can be a great gift.
Using breath management to harness the fluctuations of the mind, and the real magic is developing a practice to expand lung capacity, link the breath with focus to direct the prana – or life force energy – within the body, for increased energy, stamina, and performance.
Suitable for people with a solid yoga asana practice, which will involve kris, extended exhales and breath retention as thought by Pattabhi Jois.
Deeply, deeply cleansing and calming
Monday 7:30am to 8:30am
expand the living breath
Guided meditation focussing on building strength and balance in the respiratory system and the nervous system through use of classical breathing techniques from southern India. Incredibly stabilising and centering for the mind and emotions.
Friday 7:30am to 8:30am
Ease Anxiety by
Expanding the Living Breath
Gain a fresh perspective through deep relaxation, high oxygenation and being and ease within the mind.
Our soothing Wednesday morning practice will create time and space so you can take that all important breath as you tightness of the chest relaxes and watch with care the triggers of stress and anxiety dissolve.
Wednesdays at 11:30am
We are proud to host the St Albans Forum for this traditional Himalayan practice of international acclaim, whose techniques have been tested and proven to increase crop yield and aid recovery from critical illnesses.