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September 2014

Closed for monsoon – reopens 22 Sep

September 1 - 21
Pranamaya Studio - Pokhara,
Jiva Spa & Cafe Pokhara, Nepal
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2,800 for both parts

How to begin and maintain a Yoga self-practice (Patan & Thamel)

September 13 @ 1:00 pm - September 28 @ 5:00 pm

Self-practice workshop with Rachael
A two-part workshop packed with helpful tips to ensure that no matter your experience, mood, level of confidence or time, you can discover the transformational effects of a home practice, and take yoga with you anywhere with a self-practice.

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Ashtanga Level 2

September 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
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Every week until September 30, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Patan,
Pulchowk Patan, Nepal

Ellen: A led half-primary series for students who have some Ashtanga experience and are ready to progress in their practice. Following the Ashtanga teaching tradition, the class is led with a flowing rhythm and hands-on adjustments, with the aim both to create a wonderful energy in the room to uplift your practice, and to help prepare students for the next step in their Ashtanga practice: the Mysore style. Throughout the class, information is given on details of linking postures together, attention…

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Pilates

September 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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Every week until December 31, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Boudha,
Jorpati, Boudha Kathmandu, Nepal
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Adi B: Pilates was developed by Joseph Pilates in the 1920s – originally as a rehabilitation programme for casualties of war, but found to be so effective that it has become highly popular among a wide range of people seeking a higher level of fitness and improved posture. Today, Pilates has become highly respected worldwide as a safe and strong workout, using a method that heightens concentration and awareness to help create calm and space in the mind. We are delighted…

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Free meditation class

September 20 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
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Every week until December 31, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Thamel,
Above Himalayan Java, next to Garden of Dreams Kathmandu, Nepal
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Frank: “These meditation classes consist of several types of techniques used in the Buddhist mahayana tradition including those for developing firm concentration (shamatha), developing bodhichitta (compassion and loving kindness), and insight meditations for understanding the nature of reality (vipashyana).” Classes will be led by Frank Schwartz, who has a 15 year history as a student of several abbotts of the tibetan gelug schools. You can contact Frank on frank@herukapower.com

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Foundations of Ashtanga

September 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Every week until December 31, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Patan,
Pulchowk Patan, Nepal

Ellen: Curious to try Ashtanga, but looking to learn the basics first? Or have you been to a few classes and want to get the foundations right to help you progress? Or maybe you’re a regular practitioner, who would like to learn how to use the breath or bandhas throughout your full practice, or to have a chance to ask specific questions or work on a specific pose. This class will be tailored to the group who come. For example,…

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Restorative yoga

September 20 @ 11:00 am - September 20 @ 12:30 pm
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Every week until December 31, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Thamel,
Above Himalayan Java, next to Garden of Dreams Kathmandu, Nepal
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Chrissie: “I use different props and the walls during my varied and joyful classes. Each class has a special focus, like hip opening, opening the chest for back bends, etc. The class always ends with lying on the back and letting go of tension with each out-breath. In this way the body mind and spirit become calm and relaxed. My classes give an overal sense of well being which includes improved posture, flexibility, strength and enjoyment of life.”

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Upside Down Yoga

September 20 @ 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm
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Every week until November 6, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Thamel,
Above Himalayan Java, next to Garden of Dreams Kathmandu, Nepal

Upside Down Yoga – Change your Perspective. A class dedicated to overcoming our fears, stepping out of our comfort zone, playing, and finding a safe and accessible inversion practice for everyone. In Yoga, Headstand is called the “King” and Shoulder-stand is called the “Queen” of all the Asanas because there are so many health benefits to being upside-down. We regulate the function of the organs, calm the nervous system, work with focus and concentration, and psychologically we face our fears. We…

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Yoga and Pranayama

September 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
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Every week until December 31, 2014
Pranamaya Studio - Boudha,
Jorpati, Boudha Kathmandu, Nepal
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Nata: Pranayama is the practice of controlling the breath to bring deep calm, rejuvenation and clarity to the mind. Pranayama therefore serves as an important bridge between the outward, active practices of yoga—like asana—and the internal, surrendering practices that lead us into deeper states of meditation. Applying breathwork in daily practice is particularly helpful in terms of purification for those spending time in dusty Kathmandu! Practising these breathing techniques is also beneficial before and during trekking, as they train our breathing…

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Hatha yoga (with Daniel)

September 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Pranamaya Studio - Patan,
Pulchowk Patan, Nepal

**As Rupesh is away this weekend, this evening’s class will be taught by Rupesh** – Rupesh: “This class is open for anyone to take part in. You might be an advanced practitioner with abundant knowledge, or a beginner with zero knowledge. Everyone can practice here together. We usually begin the class with initial relaxation in order to disconnect you from the outside world of desire and craving. Depending on the group environment, there will sometimes be challenging and difficult postures…

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