Worldwide Om Chanting

There is an initiative in India that people worldwide chant Om for 15 minutes from 12.30- 12.45 (UK time) or 13.30 – 13-45 (France, Sweden etc) on March 22 (today) to raise the planetary awareness and vibration against the coronavirus. Best wishes Stay healthy.

Workshop to help yoga students develop a home practice programme

A YOGA workshop to help practitioners develop regular home practice between weekly classes is being held in Coventry this month.
The half-day event, being held at the Visitor Centre in the city’s War Memorial Park takes place on the morning of January 11, 2020.
Yoga students from Yogic Life, based in Earlsdon Coventry will have the chance to look at the barriers and benefits to regular practice and adapting a programme to suit their lifestyle. Integral yoga which balances all aspects of the being, including mind, body, breath and emotions, can easily be adapted to the needs of individual student while increasing awareness.
Regular yoga practice increases the benefits of yoga classes and accelerates the resulting inner transformation. Benefits include:

  • improving balance, flexibility and strength
  • reducing stress
  • relieving anxiety
  • reducing chronic pain
  • improving sleep quality
  • improving breathing capacity and technique
  • promoting a healthy lifestyle

For more information on classes and workshops contact Yogic Life yoga teacher Caroline Prichard on 07743376690 . Booking is essential.

Yoga students’ Christmas Collection 2019

Students who attend yoga classes in Coventry at Yogic Life collected toiletries and other items for Coventry Foodbank this year. The students, who attend beginner and intermediate level classes, responded to a call for the items for people in crisis. Staff at the food bank in Progress Way, Binley are looking year round for city people to give their support and to stop UK hunger. For information visit: coventry.foodbank.org.uk

Toiletries collected by Yogic Life yoga students in Coventry for the city’s Foodbank

Yantra and Mandala Workshop

Learn how to create yantras and mandalas at a workshop in Birmingham on Saturday April 21, 2018.

Creating a mandala or yantra is a ritual which offers self reflection and healing as well as tapping into our creative spirit. Mandala means circle and is a sacred symbol of wholeness. A yantra is a powerful form of mandala and used as a tool for meditation.

Yoga Teacher and artist Helen Turner (Swatantra) will guide students, step by step in drawing and painting Ganesh Yantra and give all the tools necessary to create your own unique mandalas.

The workshop takes place at the Fusion Centre, South and City College Birmingham, 334-339 Bradford Street, B5 6ES from 9.30am to 3.30pm and costs £35.

Contact Sue Duffy at sue@sycbirmingham.com or on 0121 444 5976 to book.

 

 

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