Depth Yoga Enables you to Pursue Key Learning Outcomes
Develop your physical practice through a full syllabus of asana. Learn their clear positioning, physical effects, and impact on the brain and emotions.
Create a sustainable, personal approach to self-practice for your own nourishment and growth.
Sequence a practice choosing poses, meditations and breath work around an organising intention (sankalpa) or theme.
Learn alignment for asana that helps strengthen and heal the body, based on the elegant 5 core principles put forward by the Anusara method.
Practice pranayama for fundamental shifts in your nervous system.
Experience the subtle body and the yogi's view of who and what we are. This includes study of the chakra system and the 5 koshas for body-mind-soul integration.
Clarify your sadhana or personal growth path, working with your innate nature to balance your strengths and needs.
Integrate spiritual and psychological wisdom in a practical way, responding to our responsibilities, roles, relationships with personal integrity and authenticity.
Work in the context of a supportive and safe environment to discuss, explore and challenge each other, in collaboration with your tutors.
7 Chakra system
Doshas - Ayurvedic Health
Creative Imagination and Visualisation
Greek 'paradise' Island
The Depth Yoga one week residential course is an integration of learning and a deeper exploration of practice. This experience embeds practice and philosophy into the day to day lived experience in a rich, inspiring, and beautiful natural environment.
A rustic yet well appointed Greek island forms the backdrop of the course. Visits to the rock waterfalls, beaches, and ruins of ritual spiritual sites augment the experiences of asana, pranayama, meditation, contemplation, and integration of the material you will learn throughout the week, and invite greater depth of exploration of practices and deeper inquiry of the Self.
If you are interested in doing the Depth Yoga course, please fill in this mandatory application form. Depth Yoga and this web site (c) Lisa Sanfilippo 2017-2018