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Embodying The koshas
- The Orangery, Ingestre
- 6 May 2022
- Friday, 7:00PM to 9:00PM
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Embodying The koshas
The Orangery Ingestre
Friday, 7:00PM to 9:00PM
6 May 2022
About this workshop
Embodying The Koshas
An evening to understand, explore and balance these layers of ourselves.
According to yoga philosophy, humans are made up of many energetic layers, or koshas, surrounding the soul (Atman) Embodying the five koshas can inspire and deepen your yoga practice and assist you in practices that support your health and wellbeing, they are often visualised as layers of an onion in the subtle body. Through this deepening self-awareness, we learn how to nourish not only our physical body, but also balance and understand the energetic, mind-based, intuitive and blissful dimensions of our being. We will explore these Koshas through discussion, physical practice (asana), breath work (pranayama) and meditation
.All workshops are non-refundable.
What my students say
Donna really is the most amazing yoga teacher. She has the most lovely wholistic approach to her classes, embracing both the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga. She is mindful of her students and offers careful modifications so each person can access her class, along with a great balance of encouragement to push yourself and to try your best. Not only is she extremely knowledgeable about yoga, she is always learning and is very generous with sharing her findings about yoga and it’s historical background. My mind and body benefit hugely from my weekly fix of Donna’s class! Highly recommended 🙏🏻
I have been attending Donna’s yoga class for around 2years + it’s become a permanent fixture in my life.
Donna is an excellent teacher, knowledgeable and passionate about yoga. This is evident throughout her classes. Her enthusiasm is infectious, her compassion heartwarming.
She is particularly mindful of how different we all are in our ability and mobility, tailoring her classes so we all can challenge yourselves, whilst making it clear to listen to our bodies.
There is never a sense of competition, which I love, we are encouraged to go at our own pace. That’s why, as Donna would say, its ‘Yoga practce’ not ‘Yoga perfect’