On the Sunday morning, the first day of the week, Sharath gave a Q&A session after practice. These are our notes from some of the more memorable bits: Yoga is for relieving the suffering caused by the 6 poisons which surround each of our hearts. The 6 poisons are: Kama (lust); Krodha (anger); Moha (delusion); […]
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August saw Hannah and I catching a train up to Edinburgh for a mid week city break with my Mum, sister and nephew. On my last trip I’d found Bristo Yoga School located in the centre of Edinburgh to practice at during my stay. Karen who runs the school was rather sensibly away in a […]
Our Friend Narayani is offering readers of the Ashtanga Brighton blog 15% off on her new album Maatri Sharanam. Maatri Sharanam (Take Refuge in the Mother), is a collection of traditional Sanskrit chants set to a range of beautiful melodies composed by Narayani. Mixing slow, gentle tempos with upbeat folk-style harmonies, and accompanied by tabla […]
Adrianne teaching Mysore style Ashtanga Yoga in Brighton We’re very happy to have Adrianne covering for Sarah while she’s away. Adrianne will be with us for around 2 months. Adrianne used to live in Brighton and she’s been based at Brahmani Yoga in Goa for the last few years. She’s also a very skilled Thai […]
Traditional Kirtan & Bhajan Concert with Swami Mangalanada Location: Brighton Venue: Jing Institute Price: £8/£10 Date: Fri 29th July Time: 19:30 – 21:30 Benefit Concert for the Ashram free school at Jing Institute in Brighton An evening of Indian devotional music The whole culture and spirituality of India is contained within the beautiful and traditional […]
Narayani is doing another Kirtan in Brighton on June 24th at Jing Institute. She’ll be joined by Lucy Crisfield (Violin) and Chris Tero (percussion). It’ll be well worth it if you’re in Brighton this Friday evening. Check out this event on Facebook for more details or visit Narayani’s website.