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Thursday and Sunday classes

🕊🔱💎 ShantiDwara Yoga Temple brings unadulterated practices of ancient Yoga techniques, uplifting the spirit, purifying the mind and restoring the body’s natural ability to heal.


Term 2 commences tomorrow. ShantiDwara Yoga School runs several Yoga courses, however even drop-in and casual classes are encouraged. There are *special* courses run on Thursday afternoon and Sunday morning, you still have a week to book into the classes. 



🤸🏽‍♂️🧘‍♀️🕊 Thursday evening delve into deep exploration of authentic Yoga practices with a senior remarkable teacher. Every class with Swami Yogamanas Saraswati equates with a workshop. If you are a beginner, it gives you a solid start with a highly advanced guide. If you are a Yoga teacher, it refines and polishes your skills. 


✪✪✪ THU Thursday Yoga with Swami Yogamanas Saraswati 6:30-8pm


https://www.facebook.com/events/346696739320221/

https://shantidwara.com/page/view-event-profile?id=8



🧘‍♀️📿🌺 Sunday morning enjoy Sanskrit chanting with Matarishvan - an opportunity to connect at the raw level of pure sonic vibration with the ancient Mother of all languages. Followed by a deep meditation in Yoga Nidra to let the practice clear the mirror of the heart. 


✪✪✪ SUN Sanskrit Chanting and Yoga Nidra 9-10:30am


https://www.facebook.com/events/273155783593628/

https://shantidwara.com/page/view-event-profile?id=5


 


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  • Hari Om,
    This Sunday morning we embark on a Yogic journey with the ancient practice of Antar Nyasa (“internal placement”) including profound work with Mantra and Yantra, followed by the deep meditation in Yoga Nidra (“psychic sleep”). We will “connect all the dots” and “retune all the strings” 😉 I mean it.
    If you consider coming, don’t delay any further with the booking - I need to print worksheets for you.
    Shanti Prem,
    Matarishvan

    "Nada yoga, such as mantra, kirtan and raga, are sensorial phenomena that can be tools for transformation, enabling us to transcend mental, physical and spiritual suffering.

    ...we can, therefore, realign, release and revitalize the pathways of energy as well as tone the nerve plexuses and balance the endocrinal and other systems of the physical body. So, with sound we are able to vibrationally attune ourselves with the subtle, intelligent, all pervading consciousness. We can activate these subtle and causal realms and thereby expand our own awareness, understanding and knowledge, and experience inner states of profound fulfilment and joy.

    ...different mantras, as a consequence of their origin, can therefore liberate, and reorganize and re-align the mind's tendencies, which eventually quietens the mind, intensifies its focus, concentration, and energy levels.

    ...the magnet of the mantra can realign and release energy, creating positive energy and thoughts, enabling the individual consciousness to develop a more harmonious level of experience."

    http://www.yogamag.net/archives/1999/ajan99/music.shtml

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