Docent: Swami Saradananda
Datum: 20 September
Tijd: 18.30 - 20.30
Prijs: € 28

Mudras (yoga hand gestures) work at the physical, subtle, psychological and spiritual levels. Most are easy to do; yet are so powerful that regular practice can transform your life. They can help you to create inner peace and deep strength, eliminate fatigue and anxiety, protect your physical and emotional health, transcend stress and depression, reduce your guilt and anger, calm your mind, sharpen your intuition and promote happiness.

This workshop is of particular interest to anyone who works on a computer. Swami Saradananda will introduce you to practices that can help to prevent such problems as repetitive stress injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and bursitis. The class will include hand exercises that will not only enable you to better practice mudras, but also help you to release tension in their fingers, hands, arms and shoulders.

Swami Saradananda is an internationally-renowned yoga and meditation teacher and mentor who motivates you to want to practise. Her classes are practical as well as theoretical in nature. They are always enlightening and inspiring! She has authored the books "Yoga Mind and Body", "Relax and Unwind with Yoga", "Chakra Meditation", "The Essential Guide to Chakras", "The Power of Breath", "Mudras for Modern Life" and "The Cleansing Power of Yoga".

In addition to teaching and writing, Swami Saradananda has spent extensive time doing personal practice in the Himalayas. She is currently pursuing an MA degree in ‘Traditions of Yoga and Meditation’ at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London – and frequently takes groups on pilgrimages to India.