Cost: $30 contribution
“Speak to me of Fortitude”
A practice involving the Ganapati-prarthana, a Vedic Chant that focuses on the qualities associated with the elephant entity, Ganesh. Symbolically Ganesh is celebrated for the qualities of steadfastness, wisdom and leadership. This chant is recited at the commencement of any new endeavour.
A dance between sound, body, breath and spirit.
Ruby 9 Yoga comes to The Sound Temple
When we chant we set up a vibration throughout the body.
In this intensive workshop you will move with the sound and vibration of your own voice exploring that connection between your body, breath and mind.
Vedic chant is an important tool of yoga that promotes health in a very powerful and wonderful way.
When we chant we regulate the breath, increasing capacity, strength and confidence not just through our voice but also in all other aspects of ourselves.
To chant we make our sounds on the exhale portion of our breath. This has the effect of lengthening our breath and so increasing our life force and so too our life.
Chanting relieves tightness; the sound vibration stabilises our vocal capacity and improves our communication with ourselves and others. We connect to an inner joy, making space at our heart.
All yoga mats, bolsters and blankets are supplied. Please wear loose layered clothing suitable for partaking in some asana practice and wear easy to remove shoes for entrance into The Sound Temple.
Start: 10:00am Sunday 3rd December 2017
All yoga mats, bolsters and blankets are supplied.
Please wear loose layered clothing suitable for partaking in some asana practice and wear easy to remove shoes for entrance into The Sound Temple.Book Now More about Sally