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Yoga & Meditation

Summer 2024

Feel the lines,

Let the shape come undone

Sense the silence percolate

from the undivided experience.

Yoga Workshop
Sat 7 September

10.30 am - 1 pm

The Pavilion, Cambridge Victoria Homes, 

Victoria Rd, Cambridge CB4 3DX

Yoga in the tantric tradition of Kashmir as taught by Eric Baret.

During this in-person workshop, we will explore the art of listening in depth as a preparation to step into the Autumn. The practice will be followed by a dialogue.

See a description of the practice below.

Please bring your mat and what you need to be comfortable and warm on the day. There will be some cushions and blankets.

Refrain from eating solid food 3h before the practice.

Standard rate: £30; Sponsor £40 ; Concession: £20

Payment details will be sent upon registration

Morning practice ONLINE

Tuesdays 7 - 8 am BST

8 - 9 am CET

23 July, 3 & 24 Sept

The practice starts with silence (10-15 min) and includes gentle postures and breathing techniques.

A recording will be sent to participants.

Yoga in the tantric tradition of Kashmir as taught by Eric Baret.

See description of the practice below.

Suggested donation £8 - payment details will be sent upon registration

Refrain from eating before the practice.

Evening Yoga & Meditation

Thursdays  6.30 - 8 pm

29 Aug, 5 & 19 Sept

1.5h - long sessions, in-person at Fitzwilliam College. Parking available on site.

Yoga in the tantric tradition of Kashmir as taught by Eric Baret.

See description of the practice below.

Please bring your mat and cushion. Blankets and eye pillows available.

No previous experience required. Avoid eating 3h before the class.

Standard £12 per class - concession £6

About the approach

In the non-dual tradition of Kashmir Shaivism, yoga is practiced without goal or intention to improve one's life. The sole purpose of the exploration is the art of listening, by developing the ability to be aware of and welcome one's experience. In this approach, classic postures (mahasana) are explored in a meditative, gentle way for several minutes in order to feel the resistances arising in the experience (tensions, thoughts, emotions). The attention is focused on the tactile experience and the breathing sensations during and after the postures. Every sensation is perceived in the present moment, without referring to a past or a future. Breathing exercises (pranayama) are practiced after the postures to free the body-mind from memories, as a way to integrate and celebrate the experience in the unified silence (mouna). Free from identification with a self and a body, we can taste the essence of the nature of all experiences (Atman), pure consciousness.

 
No previous experience but curiosity is required.
 
Please refrain from eating solid food 3h prior to the class. This practice relies on the availability to one's sensitivity, which is hindered by digestion.

One-to-one sessions tailored to specific needs (injury, trauma, health) can involve the therapeutic approach of Hatha Yoga.
Online or at Fitzwilliam College (Cambridge).
£60 per hour - concession available.

Please enquire HERE for details.

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