2019.02.25

🌟Fundraising Charity Yoga for the Homeless Animals in UK 🌟
Lovely Dharma Yoga teacher and my Dharma Yoga sister Daphne Dust (@dustyoga ) is offering Dharma Pranayama & Sacred Sound on Monday 25th February 9:15-10:15am at Yotopia Covent Garden 😍💕🙏
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Date: February 25th Monday 9:15-10:15am
Charity Organisation: Battersea UK @battersea 
https://www.battersea.org.uk/
Venue: Yotopia Yoga, 13 Mercer Street, London, WC2H 9QJ
Charity donation is encouraged but it’s optional. 💫💫💫
Spaces are limit for 20 participants. Registration and confirm your space, please let Emi Tull (@emi Tull) know personally, via email emi@lifetohappiness.com or social media messenger.

❤️Dharma Pranayama & Scared Sound Meditation with Daphne❤️

This class will include ancient yogic breathing practices, Yoga Nidra and guided meditation with the sacred sound of Tibetan singing bowl. It is a great way to promote healing frequency in your body, mind and emotions. Through this journey, it will guide us to elevate the consciousness of the subtle body and calming the mental state, resonate with every cell in the body to release blockages and restore balance, activating the inner healing system, cultivating the real love to ourselves; experiencing the inner peace that resides in our true nature. 

Tibetan singing bowls could generate specific rhythmic patterns and create vibrational sound at the frequency of “AUM”. This frequency known as a perfection impacts for the sympathetic nervous system as your brain waves synchronize to the vibrations of the bowls. The harmonic vibrations engage the relaxation reflex and slow down the respiratory, brain and heart rate and disrupt the pain reflex creating a deep sense of wellbeing. The sound is rich in natural harmonics which helps triggering deeper consciousness, concentration and deep relaxation, in order to assist one entering into a deeper meditation.

Suitable for anyone who often find restless sleep, stress at work and relationships or who is looking for a more spiritual practice and willing to open the doors of one’s heart become more receptive in real life.

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