Yoga with Melissa

Sharing over 15 years of heartfelt and personally experienced yogic practices including asana, pranayam, mudra, bhanda and meditation Hari Om Tat Sat


Yoga with Melissa

Sheffield
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I am very pleased to let you know I start a 5 week block of Hatha Yoga classes again in April! And....the venue is much better than last year! Venue: Stephen Hill Methodist Church. 547 Manchester Road. Sheffield. S10 5PL. Dates: Consecutive Sunday's; 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th April and 3rd May. Time: 2-3.30pm Contact: 0114 2306231 for more information. Cost: £27.50 for all 5 classes. And a taster class if this is your first class. Aimed at beginners and mixed ability. Asana, pranayama, mindfulness, relaxation and a little taster of meditation. Please contact me to book a place. Namaste Mel x

Published on 2015-02-03 14:27:48 GMT

Tantra is the process of expanding consciousness and liberating energy, and is the oldest science known to man. Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Page 279

Published on 2015-02-01 13:21:03 GMT

Impurity is thepsychological stuff which manifests when you sit for meditation. There are five types: kama; sensual desire, krodha; anger, moha; infatuation, mada; arrogance or pride, matsarya; envy Hatha Yoga Pradikpika, page 224

Published on 2015-01-24 11:40:36 GMT

Do you practice kaya sthairyam (steadiness of the body) before pranayama? Have you tried a 'sigh' at the end of pranayama practice? Inhale....and exhale with a sigh. I agree with a recent pranayama teacher (on a course i recently attended) that the 'sigh' is actually the most important part of the practice. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti x

Published on 2015-01-24 09:59:58 GMT

You dont have to change what you see, only the way that you see it :)

Published on 2015-01-22 19:46:46 GMT

The object of hatha yoga practice is to increase the duration and flow of sushumna and the period when both nostrils flow simultaneously so that a balance is created in the physical and mental functions. When the mind and body are not functioning in harmony, there is a division between the physical and mental rhythms, which inevitably leads to sickness Hatha Yoga Pradipika