Philip Xerri Workshop – Foundations of Pranayama

Saturday 12th October 2013

1:30pm–5:00pm ~ £30

The Grand Yoga Breath (Mahat Yoga Pranayama)

Although breathing is one of our involuntary bodily functions (it happens whether you think about it or not) we can also control the breath to some extent and these exercises in breath control are called ‘pranayama’. The first and perhaps the most crucial beginning of developing a meaningful Pranayama practice starts here – the Mahat Yoga Pranayama. On this workshop we will explore this breath in full.

Philip Xerri has continually practiced and taught yoga and pranayama throughout the UK and Europe. Philip studied yoga and pranayama with Dr. Swami Gitananda in India 1980/1981, graduated with an Honours degree in Comparative Religion 1984 and a Post Graduate Certificate of Education in Religious Studies 1985. Philip Xerri has experienced many different schools of yoga, qualified in Remedial Massage, Reflexology and Touch for Health. Philip Xerri has run Yoga Quests for the last 25 years. The main focus of Philip’s yoga practice has always been pranayama culminating in the formulation of the one year Pranayama Foundation Course in 2000. The Pranayama Foundation Course encapsulates Philip’s two fold approach to the practice of pranayama – structured, progressive, developmental, logical but also holding firmly onto the power and spiritual poignancy of the practice.

Payment must be made upon booking to secure your place

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