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PRANAYAMA

SUNDAY 19TH MARCH 2017

Kirtlington Village Hall, Kirtlington OX5 3HJ

11am - 3pm

Pranayama, the art of breathing.  A four hour workshop on the mechanics of breathing.

Learn techniques and breathing methods that will bring awareness to breath and help create a state of relaxation and calmness that can help with stress and anxiety.

This holistic workshop will give you the tools to create a sense of wellbeing, a welcome antidote to today's hectic lifestyle.

COST £40

For equiries or booking please contact me.

 

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*CLASS CANCELLATIONS AND COVER*

PLEASE CHECK PILATES CLASSES AND YOGA CLASSES FOR CLASS CANCELLATIONS

  

Oxley Park 

Great News!  The Tuesday Ashtanga class and Pilates class is back on in Milton Keynes.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga

Tues 3rd Feb 18.15-19.45 (please note the new time).

It is a slightly later start than before to allow people to get through the rush hour traffic without stressing about being late.

 

Pilates is 19.45-20.45

The classes will be held at:

Oxley Park Community Centre, Redgrave Drive, Oxley MILTON KEYNES MK4 4TA

The hall is warm (under floor heating) and is very clean.  There is also plenty of free parking. !

 

Other News....

 

** SUNDAY'S BUCKINGHAM EXTENDED PRACTICE **

There has been some great feedback about the Chandra practice on Sunday. Thank you to everyone who travelled to join us. 

 

Price Increase:

One of the aims of MKYoga has always been to provide high quality yoga and pilates instruction at a reasonable and affordable price.  Sadly, due to rising costs of hall hire etc there will be an increase in prices from 1st September 2014.

Pilates will increase from £6 to £7.  A 10 class pass will cost £63 (getting 1 class free).

Yoga will increase from £7 to £8.  A 10 class pass will cost £72 (getting 1 class free).

Concessions are available for the unemployed and retired: Yoga £7, pilates £5.

 

Class Focus:

It seems that this time of year brings a burning desire for change.  Out with the old and in with the new.  It's always worth remembering that especially as we are Yogis we have the ability to change any time we wish.  It all starts with a thought.

"Thoughts become words
Words become actions
Actions become habits
Habits become character
Character becomes destiny"   

This saying is often accredited to the Upanishads.  In fact the translation, by Eknath Easwaran, reads:

You are what your deep driving desire is
As you desire, so is your will.
As is your will so is your deed.
As is your deed, so is your destiny. (Brihadaranyak IV. 4.5) Upanishads

With this in mind, the focus of practice in all the Ashtanga practices will be exploration, finding something new in the Asanas and getting rid of old unnecessary bad habits in our practice.

Mental and Physical.

The focus will be honest, hard practice.

See you on the Mat

Andreas :-)