Psychic Development & Yoga Nidra (Saturday, 21 April)
This two-hour session is suitable for all levels of practitioners and does not include asana practice.
Psychic Development Techniques: The practitioners will learn ancient practices to improve concentration and to bring great clarity in the mind, in order for their thoughts to become creative and powerful. The session includes breathing exercises, visualization techniques, and mantras, in order to help the practitioner to remove impure thoughts from the intellect. This technique has been passed down from a teacher to student directly, by the grace of the teacher.
Yoga Nidra: Yoga Nidra is the best antidote for all impurities, it dispels tension and fatigue in the physical body; relieves depression, anxiety, craving; rejuvenates and energizes all systems – physical and subtle – bolstering the human’s natural healing capacity, leading to integral purification of all aspects of human being (physical, energetic, emotional, mental and spiritual). As a result of this practice, the attendees will increase energy and will experience the feeling of bliss and peace. It is one of the most profound divine techniques that Sri Dharma Mittra shares with all his students. Not to be missed!
Master Class (Saturday, 21 April)
The carefully selected inspirational Yoga postures in Sri Dharma Mittra's Shiva Namaskar Vinyasa series are a culmination of his 50 years dedicated service to humanity. This session will challenge attendees to go deep into their practice in order to achieve great results; it will be a combination of inversions, backbends, hip openers and forward bends, finishing with deep relaxation.
Maha Sadhana (Sunday, 22 April)
This three-hour session will cover many aspects of Hatha-Raja yoga. The carefully selected inspirational Yoga postures in Sri Dharma Mittra's Shiva Namaskar Vinyasa series are a culmination of his 50 years dedicated service to humanity. Besides the asana practice, the attendees will experience the practices of kriya, pranayama, asana, deep relaxation, and Satsang. (Satsang is a practice, during which the teacher will share spiritual knowledge as passed down to him from his master. The students will have a chance to ask questions about the practice they have received. This practice
concludes with a meditation practice created by Sri Dharma Mittra.)
VENUE : YogaŞala - Etiler
DATE : 21/22 April, 2018
Psyhic Development & Yoga Nidra Fee: 190 TL (Payments made before March 10th will receive a 35 TL discount)
Master Class Fee: 190 TL (Payments made before March 10th will receive a 35 TL discount)
Maha Sadhana Fee: 220 TL (Payments made before March 10th will receive a 50 TL discount)
Full Weekend Fee (2 Days): 520 TL (Payments made before March 10th will receive a 80 TL discount)
* Open to all levels of practitioners. (Modifications will be provided upon your request depending on your requirements and limitations.)
* Cash payments only, no refunds.
* Minimum 10 registrations are required till April 13th to open the course.
* Workshop will be in English, without translation.
Yiannis Andritsos :
Yiannis moved to New York from a small island in Greece in 2002. Upon arriving, without knowing anyone, or even how to speak English, Yiannis found his way to his Guru, Sri Dharma Mittra.
In the presence of Dharma, Yiannis transformed his life and purified his body and mind, to reveal his true spirit. Under the constant guidance of daily sessions with Dharma for over 10 years, Yiannis Mukta Om, received transmission of the teachings of yoga.
In 2013, after 10 years of devoted and dedicated daily practice, Yiannis Mukta Om, has been charged with sharing the teachings of Sri Dharma Mittra all over the world.
A devoted practitioner of Self-Realization, as passed down to him directly from Sri Dharma Mittra, Yiannis Mukta Om, embodies the deep inner strength and playful nature of his Guru.
Yiannis Mukta Om is continuing his journey as the living example of the true essence of yoga. He is established in the ethical precepts, able to share all the tricks of the asana, qualified to pass on the techniques of pranayama, and able to to direct the practitioner to go beyond the senses, the mind, and the intellect into deeper states of meditation and realization that he has cultivated from being by the side of Dharma for so many years.