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June

10 DAY JUICE FASTING AND DETOXIFICATION RETREAT with Suzanne Cliche June 10th - 19th

A 10 day detoxification programme will regenerate the body, the mind and the soul. Ten days we will fast on fresh juices and vegetable broths and two days we will use for reintroduction to solid food. In this course we will  learn about live and raw food, sprouts etc. The program also includes herbs for colon cleansing and one massage. 

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June

RELEASING STORED TRAUMA June 10th - 12th

Learn about Somatic Therapy and how to use breath work & body awareness to gently release trauma from the nervous system and body.

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June

SADHANA INTENSIVE June 12th - 26th

Unique in the West, this course for Sivananda-certified teachers follows a program devised by Swami Vishnudevananda based on his own intensive hatha yoga sadhana in the Himalayas. Students work up to eight hours of practice a day balanced by the study of scriptures. Successful graduates receive a certificate from the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre. BUTTONmoredetails

June

SANSKRIT FOR YOGA TEACHERS with Ram Vakalanka June 15th - 19th

Sanskrit is one of the world’s most ancient languages and is derived from the same proto mother language as Latin and Greek so many of the words are common. Learning Sanskrit can be a fun, fulfilling experience and adds richness and authenticity to your yogic lifestyle and to your teachings.  

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June

GROWING OLDER AND WISER with Surya June 17th - 19th

Enjoy exploring the challenges and blessings of growing older at any age and learn to apply and adapt Swami Vishnu’s five points of yoga.

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY June 21

Join us for a FREE day of yoga! 

 

June

MARIAMMAN FESTIVAL PONGALA June 24th - 26th

Pongala, a celebration of Devi by women, is one of our most popular festivals of the year. Rice is cooked in an earthen pot and then offered to the Divine Mother. This simple and humble offering of rice is traditionally carried out immediately after the harvest. 

Please note this festival takes place on the 3rd Sunday of June every year.BUTTONregister

 

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