Full Day with Sarah Waterfield

Saturday, 7 November '20   10am - 4pm
17 spaces available

Please bring your own lunch

Chanting and Sound in Yoga
Morning Session: 10am - 12:30pm; Afternoon Session: 2 - 4pm
We will learn various chants and mantras, their origins and meanings, and when to use them in our practice, life and teaching. We will also explore combining sound and chanting with movement, breathing and meditative practices.

Chanting in Sanskrit allows us to experience the meanings of the words on a deep level and the vibrations act in a positive way on the body, mind and spirit. It enhances concentration (dharana) and attention (dhyana) and gives a direct link to the origins of yoga.

The day is suitable for anyone with an interest in sound as part of a spiritual practice. No previous experience is necessary.

Sarah Waterfield
Sarah has been practising yoga for 30 years and teaching for over 20 years. She also teaches Vedic Chanting - this traditional practice has deepened her knowledge of Sanskrit and her understanding of the yoga texts.

She has great love, respect and enthusiasm for sound and chanting as an essential and original aspect of yoga - a practice that can transform, educate, nurture and heal us.



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