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Kalari Yoga Workshop

On Sunday 24th July , Lalita Yagnik will be putting on a Kalari Yoga workshop from 10am – 11.30am at our Shala. If you experienced her last workshop in November last year, you will know how much fun it is exploring this traditional yoga combined with ancient martial movements. It is a highly revered practice in India with demonstrations taking place at important occasions. We are extremely lucky to have a Master come and teach us here! Cost is $50 if you book before the 15th July and you can book directly with Lalita by text or call on 0474 702 790. There are also links below with a fuller explanation of the workshop, if you wish to book online.

Experience Kalari Martial Yoga

Kalaripayattu (Kalari) is part of India's ancient indigenous martial, meditational & medicinal tradition that evolved alongside Yoga & Ayurveda.

It is a complete system of body-oriented therapy with an emphasis on the expansion and development of the senses; a paradigm commonly called 'when the body becomes all eyes'.

Kalari gives us a framework for understanding how we exist in the world and practical guidelines to harmonize ourselves with our ever changing inner and outer environments.

The practices are multidimensional, incorporating concepts of power and focus - allowing us to feel a closer connection to our ancestral animal and warrior lineages.

Join Lalita in a 1.5 hour workshop where you will explore traditional concepts of Hatha yoga combined with ancient martial movements from Kalaripayattu; practices for focus, concentration, salutations, and flowing body mudras. We will also practice some interesting traditional yet gentle animal poses/flows.

This session is going to give you a different way to develop your personal practices and discipline.

Lalita Yagnik is a musician, Kalari Practitioner, Kalaripayattu and Kalari Yoga Instructor, and Thyroid Naturopath. She is passionate about health and well-being, using plants, food and natural medicines to support healing practices on herself and others. Developing focus in the mind/body, while building a strong foundation through ancient physical pedagogies are integral to her artistic movement practices. She has lived/taught/performed in three continents and visits India every year to train with her Kalari teachers based in Kerala, South India. Read more about Lalita here ->

Workshop Details:

Date: Sunday 24th July

Time: 10am - 11:30am

Location: Port Douglas Yoga (Level 1, 15 Grant Street Corner of Grant and, Warner St, Port Douglas QLD 4877)

$60 (EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT $50 - valid until 15 July) USE CODE KALARI50 at checkout

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