Original Hatha Yoga: A 2-Day Event with Daniel Simpson

Published in Yoga Studio Events

  • Sat Oct 22nd 2016
  • Oct 23rd 2016
  • 9:30 am
  • 5:30 pm
  • Booking required
  • One day £75/ whole weekend £125

Daniel Simpson | Philosophy

ORIGINAL HATHA YOGA:
Philo sophy & Practice
22 & 23 October 2016
Sat 9:30-17:30
Sun 9:30-17:30

Daniel Simpson explores how the practice and philosophy of yoga has evolved, from ancient history to today. Using lectures and visual media, plus extracts from texts (from Vedas and Upanishads to the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutra and Hathapradipika), Daniel brings to life the roots of yoga. He explains how ascetic traditions and tantric goals became combined, and how modern practice draws on both. A former reporter, Daniel has a passion
for communicating clearly and exploring ideas in accessible ways. His presentations
include group discussions and practical exercises, drawing on his experience of teaching asana, pranayama and meditation.

Having felt transformed by devotion to yoga, he loves sharing it with others. Daniel has studied a master’s degree in Traditions of Yoga and Meditation, at SOAS in London. He has also spent more than two years in India with a wide range of yogis, from traditional sadhus to BKS Iyengar and his family.

For more info: http://www.eltonyoga.com/in-depth-yoga-workshops/

 

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Booking

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The West London Buddhist Centre,

45a Porchester Rd,

London W2 5DP

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