“Sthira Sukham Asanam” is how Patanjali suggests yoga should be practiced. Sthira translates as strong, steady, and stable. Sukha means comfortable, happy, and relaxed. We should strive to practice yoga with strength but in a relaxed manner.
One of the hardest (yet most transformational) concepts of yoga is the contrast we can achieve in and out of the body. We learn to experience our strength and steadiness whilst simultaneously feeling a sense of peace. Finding a balance of effort and ease can be (and should be) utilised on and off the mat. This workshop is about exploring your physical and mental strength (your warrior) using some basic and more challenging asanas, alongside the gentle soothing ease of the breath and mind (your calm).
Date & time: Sunday 19th September 10am – midday
Location: The Point at Polzeath
If you have any injuries please inform me upon booking so I can ensure I have suitable modifications prepared.
Limited places and booking must be through payment in advance. To book your place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org