Maitri Studio, Belfast, Steven Coville, jivamuki yoga

Maitri Studio is venue to The Art of Vinyasa: A Jivamukti yoga workshop

Saturday 21st April - 2.00pm to 3:30pm

Venue: Maitri Studio, 4 The Mount, Belfast

Contact: Steven Conville

stevenconville@me.com

Dates:

Sat 21st April 2018

Jivamukti Earth Day charity class with JivamuktiYogaBelfast on 21st April

Join us on Saturday 21st April as we hold a special Jivamukti Open Class in aid of World Earth Day. Come and celebrate our connection to the earth with a fun and graceful Hatha-Vinyasa sequence at the beautiful Maitri Studio. 

We have chosen Friends of the Earth as our chosen charity for this event. If you would rather donate to a separate charity please feel free. The link has been provided to make a donation prior to the event, or you can make a cash donation on the day.

Contact Details: 
Email: stevenconville@me.com
Mobile: +447521626259
Instagram: stevenonthego

"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it's not!
- The Lorax

“Don't wait for a better world. Start now to create a world of harmony and peace. It is up to you, and it always has been. You may even find the solution at the end of your fork.” 
- Sharon Gannon, Yoga and Vegetarianism: The Path to Greater Health and Happiness.

World Earth Day: Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22. Worldwide, various events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day events in more than 193 countries are now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network.

Jivamukti Yoga: Jivamukti Yoga is a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana as “seat, connection” – relationship to the Earth. Earth implies all of life. Citing Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, which states that asana should be sthira and sukham, Jivamukti Yoga maintains that one’s relationship to others (asana) should be mutually beneficial and come from a consistent (sthira) place of joy and happiness (sukham). This is a radical idea that, when put into practice, can dismantle our present culture, which is based on the notion that the Earth and all other animals exist for our benefit and to be exploited for our own selfish purposes.