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Tibetan Yogas of Breath and Movement Workshop

Tibetan Yoga Workshop - 5 Elements
Mahabandha - Yogi Sim

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  • Full Name: Yogi Sim
  • Location: Salt Spring Island, BC
  • Expires: 21 days, 16 hours

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    Tibetan Yogas of Breath and Movement Workshop February 2019
    Workshop Guided by Drew “Yogi” Sim

    Introducing two powerful Tibetan breathing and movement practices that can help you transform the way you think, feel and experience the world. Called the Nine Breathings of Purification and the Tsa Lung movements, these practices can also enable you to move beyond obstacles in your life, deepen loving relationships and expand creativity. Simple, direct and powerful, these exercises focus on clearing and opening your energetic centres to allow the natural human qualities of love, compassion, joy and equanimity to bloom. These practices, which bring the mind and breath together with specific body movements, can help you connect to your inner wisdom and achieve a clear and aware state of mind.

    Suitable for any level of experience. Separate Morning and Evening Programs available.

    4 week Morning Workshop 9am – 12pm (3 hrs each day)
    Feb 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th (Every Monday In February)
    Pre Registration Required Before January 28th.
    Cost $325 for 12 hours of practice and study.


    4 week Evening Workshop 6pm – 9pm (3 hrs each day)
    Feb 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th (Every Tuesday In February)
    Pre Registration Required Before January 28th.
    Cost $325 for 12 hours of practice and study.

    Maximum of 8 students per workshop.

    Workshop will be held on Salt Spring Island at a very private and sacred space. Location and additional details upon registration.

    E-Transfer payments to inhale@mmyogi.com Password: mmayogi

    For more information and additional payments options please reply to this ad or email inhale@mmayogi.com

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