Contemplating the Subtle Body
(This event is past)
Contemplation and conversation, workshopping in asana, and fundamental pranayams (breath practice).
Thursdays, April 30 – June 4, 7:15 to 9:00 pm @ The People’s Yoga
How did the ancients map a subtle anatomy, perceiving the roots of our physiological, psychological and emotional functions as whirling eddies of vibrating energy, or Cakras, placed along a central channel in the body? Why do these maps remain not just captivating as historical novelties, but relevant to us as practitioners today?
Join us to inquire into what these early yogis found in their exploration-through-mindfulness of the human form. We’ll discuss the names, locations, and qualities of the major cakras and channels, and the deeper questions that may have motivated these practioners and pioneers in their quest for understanding.
Course includes contemplation and conversation, workshopping in asana, and fundamental pranayams (breath practice).
10% early bird discount until April 2nd
10% TPY member discount also available
Thursdays, April 30, 2015 – June 4, 2015
7:15pm – 9:00pm Location: NE Alberta
This workshop is a part of the ongoing Myths & Methods series.