The Tibetan Yoga of Movement: Yantra Yoga for Beginners
Saturday, 19 October 2013 at 10:00 - Sunday, 20 October 2013 at 17:00 (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Learn one of the most authentic Tibetan Yoga systems available with one of the worlds most experienced Yantra Yoga
Co-ordinate your body, energy and mind.
Develop confidence in your meditation practice.
Discover a deep sense of peace, wellbeing and relaxation in everything you do.
Yantra Yoga or the Yoga of Movement is an ancient system of Tibetan yoga based on the text “The Union of the Sun and the Moon”, written in the 8th century by the master and translator Vairocana.
Chögyal Namkhai Norbu wrote a detailed commentary on the root text and started to transmit this teaching in the West at the beginning of the seventies.
Yantra Yoga is a fundamental method to integrate the profound essence of the Dzogchen Teaching in the three doors (body, voice and mind) of the practitioner. Through positions and movements combined with advanced pranayamas one's energy is coordinated and harmonized, so as to let the mind find the authentic balance and relaxation which is the basis for getting into contemplation.
John Renshaw is a qualified Yantra Yoga Instructor, who has studied under Chögyal Namkhai Norbu and been teaching Yantra Yoga for over 18 years. John is also trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine and runs a London practice.
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Shang Shung Institute UK
The London Institute of Tibetan Studies acts as a forum for Tibetan academic knowledge and facilitates its development through public talks, conferences, short courses and online resources. The Institute also offers courses related with Tibetan culture based on the the Five Great Fields of Knowledge such as the Arts, Language, Medicine, Philosophy, Buddhist Studies and Meditation.