WORKSHOPS

UPCOMING –
Introduction to Ayurveda, Restorative Yoga, Tai Chi, Singing Bowls and Meditation

 

Introduction to Ayurveda Workshop to Dr Rajvinder Kaur

Saturday 26th January 2019 2-4pm More info soon


Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra with Hazel

Upcoming Dates: Novemer 23rd; December 14th

Time: 7.45pm-9.15pm

Let go of the outside world, turn inwards.  Allow yourself to find deep rest and nurturing. Restorative Yoga relaxes and calms the entire mind and body.  Using props restorative yoga allows the body to open in a nurturing and relaxing way, offering a healing and recuperative experience.  We will practice stillness and gentle asana, allowing the mind to quieten and our awareness to grow.  We will close our practice with a yoga nidra; also known as yogic sleep.  Yoga Nidra is a resting in a deep awareness of what is.
No experience necessary, just a willingness to be quiet and still. Booking essential, places limited

Upcoming Dates:  November 23rd; December 14th (in aid of Women’s Aid)
Time: 7.45pm-9.15pm
Cost: 18 euro (December workshop in aid of Women’s Aid; minimum donation 20 euro)
Contact: Hazel at hazel@thesamadhicentre.com for more information or to book a place


Meditation and Sound Bath – 90 minutes of pure relaxation with Tom Toher

Upcoming dates: Saturday November 17th (booked out), December 15th

Time: 2.30pm-4

Come and experience the relaxing and healing benefits of being being bathed in the sound of Tibetan Singing Bowls.  Allow the vibrations to wash away all your stress and tension.  Experience the sound vibrations in every cell of your body, facilitating deep relaxation and healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels.  All you have to do is lie there!

Cost: 25 euro

For more information or to book a place contact Tom directly on 086 3712137


Introduction to Tai Chi Workshop with Alex

Upcoming dates: Sunday 2nd December

Time: 12.45-3.15pm

This workshop aims to introduce complete beginners to the important practice of standing, known as zhan zhuang, and some fundamental Tai Chi movements.  The standing practice aims to develop an efficient standing posture that allows the body to relax into the ground.  This can be practiced anywhere and can be used for its meditative qualities or for letting go of muscular holding.  After exploring this rooted standing position movement can begin to flow in slow and supple ways, always searching for the lines of least resistance and optimal effect.

Spaces limited to 10.

For more information or to book a space contact Alex directly on 085 1496059 or email alexdelogu@gmail.com

Cost: 40 euro