Our current Seva project is raising funds for St Mary's Hospice, who have been immensely supportive of our own Satyaprakash. Please join in on this walk, which takes place on Saturday 24th June in the leafy suburbs of South Birmingham. You need to register as an individual and then try to arrange a few sponsors: Full information here
Let's harness the positive energy of our SYC network to help support this wonderful organisation. Please let Balbero know if you are registering so we can feedback how we helped.
Yoga Nidra is a systematic process of complete relaxation. We live in a time when stress seems to underlie our every action and even when we consciously relax there are tensions on all levels. Yoga Nidra takes you deeper, it releases tensions but also releases the causes of the tensions.
In these days of cleanses and detox regimes it is refreshing to find someone teaching the traditional Yogic cleanse, a thorough “flushing out”. It is a simple but effective process and I thought I might share my most recent experience for those who have never tried it.
Yoga isn’t exercise. Because in yoga we work slowly and with awareness in postures and we coordinate breathing with movement. Yoga also involves breathing practices (pranayama) and relaxation or meditation techniques. Exercise mainly benefits the body; yoga is about mind and body – physical and mental health.
A non-residential centre in Birmingham is offering beginners classes based on a gentle yet powerful form of classical yoga.
The Satyananda Yoga Centre in Kings Heath offers weekly yoga classes and workshops open to anyone new to the tradition regardless of age, fitness, ability or experience.