Maha Sadhana: The Great Practice

Maha Sadhana means “The Great Practice” and is a longer format gathering of Dharma Yogis to practice asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, chanting and satsang (spiritual knowledge / discourse) together. Each time we meet, there will be a particular theme for the event that is in keeping with our times.

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Maha Sadhana means “The Great Practice” and is a longer format gathering of Dharma Yogis to practice asana, pranayama, deep relaxation, chanting and satsang (spiritual knowledge / discourse) together. Each time we meet, there will be a particular theme for the event that is in keeping with our times.

The asana part of the program will focus on variations of the Dharma II and III sequence, including: vinyasa, arm balances, inversions, backbends and twists.

The pranayama part of the program will include nadi sodhana (alternate nostril breathing), deep belly breathing and bija mantras to stimulate the chakras.

And during the satsang we will come together to share our questions and experiences. Some time will be spent looking at various key texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras and Sri Dharma’s own “Life of a Yogi” handbook. The aim is to show you that there are many different yogic paths, but the destination is the same – self-realisation and union or “re-connection” with the highest self.

We will finish with some gratitude journaling and a silent meditation.

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