Advanced Yoga Practices ~ 2-day online retreat
The crown chakra
This retreat has been completed. For a list of upcoming online events click here.
20th to 21st November 2021
Time zone - London U.K.
This retreat will be taking place online from Saturday 20th to Sunday 21st November. To take part you will need to have Zoom downloaded onto your phone or computer.
During the retreat we will be looking at the crown chakra and the role that it plays on the spiritual path.
The crown is the last chakra to be opened, and is associated with the merging of shiva and shakti and the dissolving into pure bliss consciousness (satchidananda). It is the final stage in the energetic aspect of spiritual awakening.
Basic practices on the retreat will include asana, spinal breathing pranayama, deep meditation using the AYAM mantra and samyama.
We will not be doing practices to deliberately open the crown chakra during the retreat. Instead, we will focus on gaining an understanding of the whole process of a crown awakening and at how targeted practices can be used when the right time comes.
The retreat will be led in English. Class times are in London (UK) time.
To take part, it is recommended to be in a quiet location where you can focus on your spiritual practices over the course of the event.
Tristan has been practicing yoga and meditation for around 35 years and teaching internationally for the last 12 years. He trained in Nepal, Thailand, India and Sri Lanka.
He specializes in the teaching of meditation, pranayama and the philosophy of yoga.
The cost of this 2-day Zoom event is £25.
Payment can be made by card in any country, through Paypal or by bank transfer.
Contact Tristan if you would like to book a place on this retreat.
Payments can be made here.
(timings in U.K. London time)
Saturday 20th November 2021
16:00 – 17:40 Asana, Spinal Breathing, Deep Meditation, Samyama
19:30-20:30 Talk on the opening of the crown chakra,
followed by a Q and A session.
Sunday 21st November
16:00 – 18:00 Asana, Spinal Breathing, Deep Meditation, Samyama
19:30-20:30 General Q and A session.