Meditation, Pranayama and Chanting Circle with Hollie Driscoll


Map of Potts Point, NSW
Level 2, 20 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point, NSW, 2011
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Saturday, 19 Oct 2013
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You are invited to join Hollie Driscoll for a 2 hour workshop exploring the philosophy, practical application and experience of these ancient aspects of the hatha yoga practice

Meditation: learn to calm and focus the mind which can help to manage states of mind such as stress, anxiety and depression/fatigue. Also through meditation we deepen our awareness of body/mind connection and connect to the energy, prana, that flows through the body

Pranayama: learn the breathing techniques commonly used in the yoga practice as well as practices to connect into, and increase, the vital life force that is prana

Chanting: a beautiful way to connect into the heart space and to express and experience joy and devotion

This workshop is suitable for all levels of student from beginner to advanced, and those experiencing illness/injury

Investment $45, members receive 5% discount


Hollie Driscoll has over 10 years experience guiding students in the practice of yoga and meditation

She completed her two and a half year yoga teaching training at Nature Care College in 2002 and has worked in some of Sydney’s best studio’s including Yoga moves Paddington and Dharmashala North Bondi, was the principal teacher in the opening year at Elysia Golden Door Health retreat Hunter Valley and currently teaches full time at the Livingroom Coogee

Hollie’s own passion for yoga came from her personal experience of how incredibly beneficial the practice is for calming the mind, especially in times of stress and anxiety, as well as  for keeping the body and mind healthy and vital

She continues her studies here in Sydney with renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher Khenpo Ngawang Dhamchoe at the Drogmi Buddhist Institute, and also regularly studies in India and Nepal, most recently completing a three month course in meditation and philosophy at the IBA (international Buddhist academy) in Kathmandu in 2012

Hollie’s teaching style is very much based on the traditional hatha yoga principles of linking breath and movement together and focusing the mind throughout- whether in a gentle hatha yoga class or in a dynamic vinyasa class her emphasis is the mind sitting in the space of the ‘witness’- witnessing sensations in the body, keeping an even rhythm to the breath and stilling the fluctuations of the mind

It is the knowledge she has gained through continuous study with incredible teachers and her own commitment to the practice that she wishes to share with others!

Included for $45

Members Receive 5% discount