Yoga always has something to offer people no matter what their age, health or predisposition. Yoga helps to increase flexibility, maintain a healthy weight, reduce stress, receive peace of mind, and maintain health and wellbeing. With Mrs Shilpa Kulkarni, you can experience higher dimensions of traditional Hatha yoga, Asanas and Pranayama.
Introduction to Yoga by challenging mind and body.
Who is the course for?
Adults with or without previous experience, who can do exercise without supervision.
What topics will this course cover
Chanting, Relaxation, Breath awareness Warm up Sun Salutations Asanas Yoganidra/relaxation/Shavasan Pranayam - Breathing techniques Chanting Feedback
What will it be like?
WEA classes are friendly and supportive. You will be encouraged to work together with your fellow students and tutor. You will be asked to share your ideas and views in the class and work with the group to give and accept feedback in a supportive environment. The WEA tutor will use a range of different teaching and learning methods and encourage you to be actively involved in your learning. You may be asked to undertake work to support your course outside of your class.
By the end of the course I should be able to:
identify their own natural breathing rhythm experience peace of mind, and connect more closely with their inner voice perform the 6 steps of 'Sun Salutations' demonstrate 'Asanas' for between 1 and 3 minutes demonstrate 'Pranayama' for 1 minute
How will I know I'm making progress?
Your tutor will make sure you are making progress towards your learning goals through a range of methods appropriate to you and the course.
What else do I need to know, do or bring?
Just wear comfortable clothing for exercise/ where you can stretch
Reading and information sources
Just come in the mind set for exercise
What could the course lead to?
You can take practice further to include yoga in your daily routine. Lots of literature is available about yoga. Yoga provides a means for people to find their own way of connection with their true selves.