Weekend Intensive Prana Vinyasa Yoga
Experience the power and grace of Prana Vinyasa Yoga, as taught by Shiva Rea. Dive into the sacred journey of yoga and explore the ancient wisdom of India through these cutting edge, modern yoga teachings.
During 3 ritual masterclasses, we invite you to enjoy the different aspects of this wonderful yoga system that is at the forefront of the modern vinyasa yoga movement. Students of all levels are welcome to come and enjoy these dynamic yoga weekend.
Live | Friday 15 January 18.00 – 21.00
LIVE - Awaken the pulse of your life force and experience the power of the energy that flows through you. Honor the 5 directions of Prana and experience the classic Prana Vinyasa pulsations for liberating the flow of your life energy. Dynamic mudras and pranayamas (breath work) are integrated into sequences that are designed to balance your strength, fluidity and grace. Embody the flow of Prana during this classic Prana Vinyasa sadhana.
Love | Saturday 16 January 14.00 – 17.00
LOVE – The way to prepare for Valentine’s day! This practice takes us deeper into the journey of embodied yoga transformation as we connect to the wisdom of the heart. Heart opening backbends, playful balances and partnering yoga invite us to work together and open to our connection as a community. We transition to sahaja, spontaneous movement, to connect to our heart’s natural flow, we integrate mantras into the flow to awaken our sense of bhakti – ecstatic love, as we join together for a culminating Prana Yoga-Dance experience.
Breathe | Sunday 17 January 10.00-13.00
BREATHE - is a sacred practice that honors the meditative pathway of Prana Vinyasa Yoga. The gentler ‘lunar’ path is a fluid and graceful style of flowing ‘Yin’ Vinyasa. This beautiful meditation in movement is intended to recharge us and nourish our inner vitality, or ‘ojas’. During this ritual practice, we balance the tapas (inner fire) with the cool sweet water of santosha (inner peace and satisfaction). We offer sound healing and the chanting of sacred mantras to awaken our peaceful nature. Pranayamas, mudras and guided meditations are integrated to deepen our connection to the inner wisdom of karuna (compassion), santosha (satisfaction) and shanti (peace).