Maitri Studio Belfast, Domagoj Orlic, Adisa Hajra, Emma Warmington,  jivaniyoga

Maitri Studio is venue to Heart of Yoga Sutra workshop with Domagoj Orlic & Adisa Hajra

Sunday 19th August - 10.00am to 1:00pm

Venue: Maitri Studio, 4 The Mount, Belfast

Contact: Emma Warmington

emma@jivaniyoga.com

Dates:

Sun 19th August 2018

Heart of Yoga Sutra workshop with Domagoj Orlic & Adisa Hajra

Domagoj Orlic, with the assistance of his partner Adisa Hajra, will be teaching two workshops in Belfast.

Yoga sutra workshop 19th August

The foundations of classical Yoga according to the Yoga-sutra attributed to Patanjali, with special emphasis on meditation and chanting

The second workshop will also be divided into three parts:

1) Introduction to the Yoga-sutra attributed to Patanjali

2) Chanting of the Yoga-sutra with the explanation of its philosophy and practice, and

3) Practice of Yoga with special emphasis on meditation so that the participants could absorb the following points:

  • Yoga is the powerful peace and peaceful power of a life lived straight from the Heart, for the Heart.
  • The dignity of Yoga lies in the purity of our Heart, not in the superficiality of a distorted body shape or a sophisticated mind control.
  • So, Yoga is the exhilarating discovery of one’s Heart, of one’s true nature as a unique and sensitive being in relationship.

Handouts will be distributed among the participants and all the practices will be adapted to individual needs and situation.

This event is organised by Emma Warmington, Heart of Yoga teacher in Belfast (jivaniyoga.com). Follow the link for the first pranayama workshop 18th August.

Tickets are £40/session or £70 for both with payments to Emma via paypal.

About the teachers

Domagoj Orlic is a Yoga practitioner and teacher living in Zagreb, Croatia. He had been self-taught in Yoga until the year 2000, when he became a life-long student of Mark Whitwell’s, the renowned Yoga master from New Zealand. He is the author of six books on Yoga in his native Croatian language and he is about to publish his first book written in English – 108 Aphorisms on Yoga – and his English translation of a Yoga classic written in Sanskrit – the Yoga-sutra attributed to Patanjali. Besides being trained in the Krishnamacharya-Desikachar tradition of Yoga, he also received initiation into Sri Vidya Sakta Tantra in 2013 from the late Sri Amritananda Natha Sarasvati, Guruji of Devipuram, India.

 

Adisa Hajra is a Yoga practitioner and teacher living in Rijeka, Croatia. She has been practicing Yoga for more than ten years and teaching it for the last two years. She is continuously studying Yoga with Domagoj Orlic and Mark Whitwell, and in her teaching she is focusing on developing a personal practice for her students aiming at creative learning, psychosomatic healing and personal transformation.