Unfolding from the Inside Out

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7:00pm 21 July 2023 - 5:30pm 23 July 2023

Cost: £63.00

Venue: Samye Ling


This workshop has developed out of Hanna's Flowing from within workshops. It looks at how we can tap into our internal flow of energy, or prana, in order for us to allow the postures to be able to unfold from an internal place, rather than from us trying to impose the postures onto our bodies. This helps to develop more freedom in the body and mind, as well as a more intuitive approach to working within our asana.

During the weekend we will be exploring how we work in our asana in various ways, in order to begin to allow this process to occur.

Suitable for all levels.

Please bring a yoga mat. It is also advisable to bring a blanket and any blocks or props that you may normally use. 

To place your name on a waitlist for this course, please send an email to bookings@samyeling.org. 

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