Online Yoga for Bhopal Yoga Workshop
In this special extended two-hour yoga workshop, in aid of the Bhopal Medical Appeal charity, we’ll cover Breathing. We humans come into the world, knowing how to breathe. In yoga, we give breath special meaning because of its historical connection to prana (the vital life force).
Humans become tense in life. But if we are habitually tight, we don’ get to breathe optimally. During this workshop, I’ll teach techniques to release muscular tension. When there is less tension, your body self-regulates breathing.
The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds the Sambhavna Clinic. The clinic uses Yoga as one of a range of treatments for the survivors of the Bhopal Disaster. Yoga is used to treat chronic diseases involving the respiratory, musculoskeletal, neurological and endocrine systems. READ MORE
Zoom has become a new word in our lexicon since lockdown throughout the world. No more so than in the world of yoga teaching. Coronavirus COVID-19 is a highly contagious virus, and there is much uncertainty surrounding the safety of re-opening yoga studios in our community. Zoom enables us to connect and work in all areas of our lives. I am exclusively teaching online yoga using Zoom for all my classes.
Join my Yoga for Bhopal workshop
Booking your place is secure, easy and safe. Once you select; Add To Basket, and pay, you’ll receive a notification email with the class link. You’ll also receive a zoom invitation (see how to join a zoom meeting). Save the date and be ready 10 minutes before the 10 am start time. That’s it, simple. I’ll look forward to seeing you in our online yoga class once a month, to give space to our practice and all that unfolds.
Donations to Charity
I am giving 100% of the funds raised to the charity, and your participation could make such a difference to the people in India.