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Stewart Gilchrist

Stewart Gilchrist is known throughout London for his popular, innovative, authentic dynamic classes. He infuses his high energy and challenging teachings with yogic knowledge, as well as his unique charisma, politics and humour. His classes include an emphasis on breath, vinyasa and philosophy with strong physical adjustments. Stewart applies the original teachings of yoga to the modern world to create a thought-provoking class.
Having trained in astanga and as a Jivamukti teacher Stewart’s spiritual journey led him to train all over the world with teachers who have had a profound effect on his unique style of teaching.
He offers his eternal gratitude to all his teachers: Sabel Thaim, Jennifer Dale, Hamish, David Life, Sharon Gannon, Swami Niramalanda and Sri K Patthabi Jois.

Vinyasa Krama – A Master Class with Stewart Gilchrist

Vinyasa Krama – A Master Class with Stewart Gilchrist

The synchronisation of breath and movement!
“Gradually putting yourself in a new place in a special way.”
Much, much more than “flow” or “sequenced” yoga, vinyasa krama, in its modern context, was created by Yogacharya Krishnamacharya, it offers methods of forcing prana (lifeforce) through the channels (nadis) of our physical bodies using asana, pranayama, dharana, dhyana.
The workshops will show that this profound movement of kundalini shakti (cosmic energy) has an enormous effect on mind , body and soul.
It will highlight marked differences in the practice of traditional yoga asanas when synchronised to breath.
 

Intelligent movement in a backward sort of way!

Intelligent movement in a backward sort of way!

This workshop will include the 4 practical aspects of Astanga yoga : asana, pranayama, mantra and dhyana.
As the breath and the body are moved in time the practitioner will focus on twisting and back bends as a means to attaining a state of self realization through modern hatha yoga.

Intelligent movement in a forward sort of way!

Intelligent movement in a forward sort of way!

This workshop will include the 4 practical aspects of Astanga yoga : asana, pranayama, mantra and dhyana.
The emphasis will be on the synchronisation of breath to movement (vinyasa krama) while
intelligently moving the body in a series focusing on twisting and forward bending.

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