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Dharma Weekend 2017

Indaba Basics Course
February 18, 2017
Dharma Weekend Welcome Pack
March 1, 2017

The one and only, Sri Dharma Mittra, is returning to Indaba this March. We will be taking over Lord's Cricket Ground once again for a weekend full of Asana, Pranayama, Kirtan and Yoga Nidra.

For those of you who aren't familiar with Sri Dharma Mittra, he has been teaching yoga since 1967 and is undoubtedly one of the greats. A student and protege of the great yoga master, Sri Swami Kailashananda aka Yogi Gupta, Dharma moved from his home country of Brazil to New York to study under Gupta in New York in 1964 and has devoted his life to yoga ever since.

After more than a decade of total commitment to the yogic way of life as a Brahmachari, Dharma then founded the Dharma Yoga Centre, New York in 1975, where he has been teaching his own unique form of yoga to thousands of students ever since.

Dharma yoga is system of classical Hatha Raja yoga which weaves together many teachings along with Asana, Pranayama, Kriyas, mudras and meditation. The overall aim is to help students move towards the ultimate goal of yoga - self realisation. It's a challenging practice with focus on inversions, backbends and balances but it's also deeply spiritual.

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We are extremely honoured to be hosting this legend of yoga once again and between 3rd and 5th March we will be taking over the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground to hold a whole weekend workshops on all elements of the Dharma system. The timetable for the weekend is looking a little bit like this...

Friday 3rd March

6.30-8.30pm: DHARMA YOGA BASICS: Asana, Pranayama, Yama and Yoga Nidra

Saturday 4th March

9.30am - 11.30am: MASTER CLASS: Advanced Charging Practice

12.30pm - 1.30pm: DHARMA YOGA NIDRA

3pm - 6pm: MAHA SADHANA: The Great Practice of Dharma Yoga

Sunday, 5th March

10am - 12pm: CHARGING PRACTICE with Inverted Posture Focus

2pm - 4pm: CHARGING PRACTICE with Enhanced Pranayama

4.30pm - 6pm: Self Knowledge Satsang and Kirtan

You can attend any number of the workshops or come for the whole weekend, the prices are as follows, but please note that Yoga Nidra and Kirtan are not included in the full weekend package

£55 for One Workshop

£75 for Maha Sadhana

£25 for Yoga Nidra

£10 for Kirtan

£250 for Full Weekend

There are workshops to suit all levels of practitioner, whether you're completely new to Dharma or a long time devotee and no prior knowledge is required. This is a really rare opportunity to learn and play with one of the most respected and influential teachers of our generation and we can't wait to see you there!

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