Mark Witwell
Mark Witwell

Mar082016

Map of Potts Point, New South Wales
Where
Level 2, 20 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point, New South Wales, 2011, Australia
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When
Tuesday, 8 Mar 2016
19:15pm
Price
$40 (or $50 on the door)
Visit
yogavillage.com.au/corporateclasses.html

Description

Please join us on for this special workshop hosted by Master Yogi Mark Whitwell, who will share Empowering your Yoga, your Life; The Five Principles of Krishnamacharya with discussion on Advanced Yoga Practice Principles; Asana, Pranayama

Contrary to what you may have been led to believe, Yoga is not a matter of difficult attainments toward a future result. Yoga is your direct participation in the nurturing power of this cosmos that is presently arising as the pure intelligence, function and the beauty of life that is you.

No matter your age or health or cultural background, you too can experience this power and feel its effects on every aspect of your life.


In Mark’s new book, ‘The Promise,’ you’ll learn a simple but profound breathing practice and hear a few stories from others who have learned to get what they really want out of life.

**Price  $45 for online bookings or $50 on the door

 

ABOUT MARK

 

Introducing Mark Whitwell - Author of The Promise: you can have what you Really Want


“Yoga is your Direct Embrace of the Power of this Cosmos Presently Arising….. As pure intelligence, nurturing and the utter beauty of life that is you.” ~Mark Whitwell

Mark is an Internationally reknowned Yoga Master.
Mark is interested in developing an authentic yoga practice for the individual, based on the teachings of T. Krishnamacharya and his son TKV Desikachar. Mark’s teachings clarify the profound passion and relevance of ancient wisdom to contemporary life.

Mark has taught yoga for over twenty years throughout the US, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, and was the editor and contributor to TKV Desikachar’s book The Heart of Yoga.

Mark teaches Ha-Tha Yoga, which against common understanding means all physical forms of Yoga practice, not a specific “style”. Ha-tha means the merging of the sun and moon, the male and female, prana and apana (two energies), and is a purification and re-balancing practice where breath and body movement are one. The practice includes Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing exercises which move, activate and increase Prana, vital energy), Bandha (energy locks), Meditation, Relaxation and Chanting.