I will be leading a class on the Ganesha Pancharatnam from 1:30p-2:45pm GMT (London time) on Monday, July 27, 2020
We will review and discuss one of the most chanted Stotras throughout India for the beloved Lord Ganesha (overcomer of obstacles and the God of new beginnings). This is R. Saraswathi Jois’ favorite chant. We spent so many years chanting this together. As I learned from her I will share with you along with some philosophy and of course we will chant it together.
I wish to make the class accessible to all so I will keep the cost at 10 usd.
It will be the last chanting class I will teach until September, once my own studies are complete.
It is a joy and honor to share the teachings of my teachers with you.
June 19 – July 10 Wednesday’s & Friday’s 2-3pm GMT (London) May 6 – 29 Wednesday’s & Friday’s 2-3pm GMT (London) March 27 – April 22 Wednesday’s & Friday’s 1-2pm GMT (London)
Classes are twice a week on Wednesday & Friday’s
Chanting has proven to create many incredible benefits in both our physiological and psychological state and has long been combined with yogic practices.
These mantras (vedic hymns) carry specific vibrations, which, when practiced in a very precise manner improve physical, mental and emotional health while bringing us into the present moment.
During these 4 weeks we will be covering…
An Overview and History Chanting and it’s Benefits Rules of Sanskrit Pronunciation Understanding Roman transliteration of Devanagari Chanting as a Pranayama Shanti Mantras or “Peace Mantras Stotras, Mantras, and Japa. What and why? Daily Stotras Personal feedback for chants that we study weekly and of course, we will chant many shlokas together
By the end of the four weeks, you should have a good foundation for your personal practice.
We will chant for the well being of each other, our earth, and to the divine.
To share chanting is to share an experience of silence through listening, a process of healing, and a link with nature, the deeper self, and the divine. ~ T K V Desikachar
The classes will be 65 USD for all 8 classes. (I have tried to make the price as accessible to everyone as possible). To register send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning Mysore, Introduction to Pranayama, Chanting & Philosophy
Friday, March 20,2020
5pm – opening puja
Saturday, March 21, 2020
8-11 am . Morning Mysore ~ chance to deepen your personal practice safety and effectively w/ Tara Mitra
1-4pm . Pranayama w/ Dr. Rob & Tara Mitra
Benefits of Pranayama
Anatomy of Breathing
Understanding Correct and Efficient Breathing Patterns
The Essential Pranayama: Anuloma Viloma, Ujayyi, Sitali, Bhramari
Chanting and it’s benefits
5-6pm. Yoga philosophy ~ The 8 limbs of yoga in daily life. Ending w/ a guided meditation. w/ Dr. Rob & Tara Mitra
Sunday, March 22, 2020
8-11 am . Mysore practice ~ chance to deepen your personal practice safety and effectively w/ Tara Mitra
1-4pm Pranayama w/ Dr. Rob & Tara Mitra
Pranayama as an ancient practice
Chanting as pranayama
The Bhandas in Pranayama: How, where and when
Breath Retentions: Benefits and when they should be practiced
Rob and Tara are also longtime Vipassana mediators. They ran a wellness center in Mysore, India for the last three years. The Center, Mysore Gonstead Chiropractic + Welllness, incorporated natural methods of health care; Gonstead Chiropractic, Traditional Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy. We are thrilled to host their very first visit to Spain.
Making Your Asana Practice Safer and Smarter with Dr ROB LAMPORT & TARA MITRA
In this workshop you will learn methods for how to practice safely, avoid injury and maintain the benefits from your practice.
Rob will discuss key areas in the body and how they are designed to move and then review different ways asana can be practiced as well as the design and function of the body and the common ways that strain can occur.
Tara will review different asanas and discuss how they can be safely performed as well as offering modifications that will carry the same benefit as the posture in its full form.
Suitable for all, £35 or £50 for the series. Available to book www. cafemila.co.uk or via MindBody App
HOW TO SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY WORK WITH LOW BACK PROBLEMS This workshop is for anyone who is interested in better understanding low back problems and how to effectively manage them through yoga asana. We will review basic anatomy and mechanics of the lower back and combine insights from both yoga therapy as well as modern scientific research.
Rob will discuss the theortical aspects of the lower back, Tara & Rob will discuss common movements made during asana practice and how to modify your practice safely, Tara will end the class with a gentle asana practice so please bring your mat.
During the workshop will cover how yoga can be used to help with; Managing Disc Problems Spine Degeneration Strengthening the Spine Safely