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    katharine lawrence posted a note on 16 July 2009 - 10:37pm.

    Ashtanga Beginners Course

    a four week course starts Tuesday July 21st 7-8:15pm central Ipswich. Learn the fundamentals of this powerful form of yoga with an experienced and qualified teacher. We will introduce the opening of the Primary Series in a safe approach in a small group to ensure personal attention.
    Teachings take the format of the traditional me to find out more

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    [video]Stuart Forster posted a video on 2 July 2009 - 6:56am.
    [video]Wade Mortenson posted a video on 18 June 2009 - 3:04am.
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    Yoga Workshop

    Workshop at Maya Yoga Kansas City Missouri, with Wade Mortenson and Kathleen Kastner

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    [video]Wade Mortenson posted a video on 18 June 2009 - 3:02am.
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    Yoga interview

    Kathleen and I being interviewed about our yoga teaching styles.

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    Christopher Shaw posted a note on 3 March 2009 - 2:34pm.

    Energy enhancement Tai Chi Qigong & Chinese Yoga

    Energy enhancement Tai Chi Qigong & Chinese Yoga

    There will be a weekend of energy enhancement exercises held in Kendal on the 28th and the 29th of March.
    Come along and learn some of the jewels of Tai Chi Qigong; relax and strengthen your body while developing mindfulness.

    Saturday 28th: Tai Chi Ball

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    Lato Lato posted a note on 14 February 2009 - 9:02pm.

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    Janine Hurley posted a link on 3 February 2009 - 11:34am.

    Yoga in Schools

    This video illustrates the benefits of Yoga within the school enviroment, please contact Janine Hurley on 07814234283 or for further details.

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    Mary Harrington posted a note on 29 October 2008 - 12:32pm.

    I'm now learning yoga with Anja Lange

    I've been looking for a new yoga teacher in the Brixton or Streatham area for a while. None of the yoga classes I'd found were quite right - too far away, too early in the evening, or not quite the right style. So I was dead chuffed when Anja Lange posted a new vinyasa yoga flow class just up the road from my house. I used to be an ashtanga yoga addict, but have let my practice slide in the last year as I've been working so hard; vinyasa flow yoga, is a bit different but really enjoyable - and it's nice to vary my practice from the strict ashtanga yoga sequence for a change.

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    Clive Tempest posted a note on 10 October 2013 - 3:27pm.

    Occasional Events

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    Joanne Davies posted a note on 20 December 2012 - 6:44pm.

    Taking some time for contemplation

    We all find that some days seem harder than others, its times like these we benefit from Meditation. I know that a busy life style can seem to leave us no time at all, so we tend to neglect our peace of mind and spirit.
    So, how about giving yourself that peace, focus on yourself for half an hour. Meditation and quite contemplation is fantastic for lifting our mood and will also help us see with clarity. Maybe, even answer a few questions we have.
    When all is said and done looking after our mind and spirit is a way of showing ourselves unconditional love.

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    Priyesh Katariya posted a link on 28 April 2012 - 11:14am.

    Earth peace meditation

    Earth peace meditation technique, monthly group meeting,

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    Priyesh Katariya posted a link on 28 April 2012 - 11:12am.

    Meditation 4 All Facebook Page

    Facebook community page

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    Priyesh Katariya posted a link on 28 April 2012 - 11:11am.

    Meetup upcoming meditation sessions

    Upcoming meditation sessions in the local area are listed here. You may need to sign up to rsvp to the events.

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    [video]Susan Angel posted a video on 10 January 2012 - 10:03am.
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    Yellow Ball Energiser ~ 10 Minute Meditation

    10 Minutes of bliss!
    Hope you enjoy :)

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    Helena Suarez posted a link on 18 June 2011 - 5:51pm.

    Pilates instructors - volunteer and expand your experience!

    Last winter I volunteered at a night shelter for homeless people and was inspired to get more involved.

    I'm currently creating Pilates Street, a London-based project to link up Pilates instructors with organisations working with people living in or recovering from homelessness, addiction and or mental health issues, to offer free Pilates sessions to their clients.

    If you're interested in taking part in the project, please visit this link to find out more and get in touch!

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    [video]Linzi Martin posted a video on 9 January 2011 - 1:06pm.
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    Demonstration of how Tai Chi Qi Gong is performed

    Tai Chi Qi Gong also spelt using Ki or Chi Kung is a popular healthful exercise practiced throughout the world. It is ideally suited for people of all abilities and ages as it is gentle on the joints yet still lightly aerobic.

    This abridged sequence - demonstrated at a slightly faster speed, with less repetitions for some movements and without the full Qi Gong mode Wuji stance set up, still provides an idea of what to expect when learning Shibashi Tai Chi Qi Gong.

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    Ayamanatara Brown posted a link on 16 October 2010 - 2:42am.

    Why Meditate? (podcast)

    A short podcast on the benefits of meditation

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    Derek Osborn posted a link on 17 September 2010 - 6:49pm.

    Yoga Sadhana

    This is the web site of Derek Osborn. Regularly updated it includes current class and course information, together with a library of writing and photgraphs of yoga postures. The information in The Library covers many of the topics covered by Derek in his yoga classes. For serious students of yoga the Libary can be used as a resource for study.

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    Atisha Kadampa B... posted a link on 18 August 2010 - 10:29pm.

    How to Meditate - videos

    Videos explaining about meditation and its benefits.

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