Shantiseva Vinyasa Yoga
- 1 hr 15 min1 hour 15 minutes
- 14 British pounds£14
- The STUDIO
Shantiseva Vinyasa class is a Hatha-based practice of breath, asana, meditation with a very strong connection to First Nations teachings. Shantiseva is a vigorous vinyasa practice integrated with indigenous ceremony, A supercharged yoga session for someone who has been doing yoga for a while. There are some advanced moves in here so just do what you are comfortable with. but the results are better for the mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, the practice is essential for good health, discipline, and mental wellbeing. Shantiseva classes will have an element focus which will be changed throughout the year to accommodate for changes in nature and us. Shanti literally means "peace". However this peace is deeper than surface. This quality of peace is cultivated over time with persistence and patience. "Seva" is a Sanskrit word meaning "selfless service" or work performed without any thought of reward. Despite our seemingly unlimited capacity to connect, it's very easy to feel limited in a world of dynamic change. Efforts need not be global. It is virtually impossible to change the world in one fell swoop. Focus on the community around you. (Word by Tina Pashumati James, originator of the Shatiseva). The class has it's roots in Ashtanga and Jivamukti practices, a vinyasa based class.
To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 12 hours in advance. For facial reflexology and all other treatments (including any yoga/pilates/dance workshops) please contact us with any changes/cancellations at least 48 hours in advance - that gives us a chance to fill your spot. Payment for the service is expected if you cancel less than 48 hours prior to your appointment. In case we need to cancel to reschedule we would contact you as soon as possible to reschedule in mutually convenient time and no payment will be expected (in case you have already paid for a workshop/service , you will be given an option for a refund).
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