A wonderful weekend of nourishing yoga practices. Long flowing asana classes, meditation, vedic chanting, nature walks and yoga nidra...
The Daily Programme: Flowing, traditional hatha yoga sessions will naturally open the heart and nurture you to a space of surrender and stillness. A typical class will include asana (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), hands-on adjustments, guided relaxation, chanting and a taste of philosophy. Typically each class will last for 2 hours.
The days will begin with silent meditation and a little mantra chanting to open the heart and guide you to a space of inner silence, peace and happiness. This will be followed by tea and fruit and then a walk along country lanes to Ipsden Village Hall for the morning yoga class. You will then come back to Braziers for breakfast, free time, massages and the afternoon yoga practice.
In the evenings there will be other activities that may include meditation, inspiring cinema and chanting.
Things to do: Braziers Park is very quaint and quirky with plenty of space to nestle down with a book. There's the library, the study, dining room and an informal space by the log fire and grand piano.
There is a lovely woodland walk, which is a great opportunity to experience some of the wildlife beauties of the estate. There will be campfires, singing and dancing, delicious vegetarian food and plenty of time just to hang out and chat, meet new people, read, relax and enjoy being in community in natural surroundings. A variety of massage treatments will also be available at additional cost.
Accommodation: Braziers Park is an attractive listed Grade II building set in 50 acres of land. All rooms are comfortable and charming. All bathrooms are shared. A limited number of single rooms are available.
Arrival time on 17th October is from 3pm onwards and the first yoga class will be at 4pm. Will finish after lunch on the Sunday.
Teacher: Dory Walker
For more information go to: http://yogakutir.com/braziers-october-2014/