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International Day of Yoga

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International Day of Yoga

Saturday 18th June 2022 10:00am - 4:00pm

Location: Storey’s Field Centre

Swami SatyaDaya is a born seeker who brings a very meditative and reflective style to his practice and teaching. As a gyana yogi, his main path is gyana yoga (the path of reflection and insight). He has been fundamentally inspired by his time at Mandala Yoga Ashram under the direction of Swami Nishchalananda and through his contact with other inspiring teachers and has now fully stepped into the role of teacher, guide, and inspirer. He teaches in a clear and engaging way, which is liberally sprinkled with humour! As his path has unfolded, he has become more and more convinced that yoga and meditation, as a science of self-realisation, need to be presented in the most accessible way possible for the modern age. This allows the incredible possibilities offered by these profound and inspiring practices to be fully available to all that seek for deeper understanding, regardless of their age, gender, background or tradition.

Swami SatyaDaya is also a passionate wildlife photographer and self-confessed nature lover. He believes that time in nature sharing with and intimately observing other living things, is as fundamental to human well-being as any formal practice. Every year he leads retreats that aim to combine traditional yogic practice with time spent in nature so that the very world around us becomes a doorway into the deeper mystery that we are innately one with.

Swami SatyaDaya is currently the Operations Manager at the Ashram. He regularly teaches within the Ashram.

Together you will embrace and appreciate the gifts of yoga through heartfelt spaciousness, joy, and compassion. Come along to immerse yourself into the sense of ease and connection that yoga can create in the body and mind and honour and celebrate the physical and spiritual prowess that yoga brings to us.

This is an opportunity to share a diverse range of yoga practices including mindful movement, breathing, mantra, meditation, yoga nidra (yogic sleep) with a delightful gong sound bath to close the day.

Open to all members of our communities and open to all abilities from beginners to advanced practitioners of yoga, yoga teachers and student teachers as BWY members and non-members.

10:00-11:30 Asana and Pranayama
11:45-13:00 Mantra and Meditation
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.45 Yoga Nidra
15.00-16.00 Spaciousness Meditation and Q&A/Discussion on Yoga


Tickets £20 per person.

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