Teachers Carol Lucis and Jacqueline Summer now keep the tradition alive by offering weekly Yoga classes, and satsangs in Canterbury and monthly Hidden Language Hatha Yoga classes in Chartham, as well as a variety of Kundalini, Dream yoga and Hidden Language Hatha Yoga workshops (see below).
From time to time there are also special opportunities to attend workshops in Canterbury led by visiting teachers from Yasodhara Ashram.
Classes and Satsangs NOW VIA ZOOM DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS
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Satsang is the time of gathering together in devotion and prayer. Join us for bhajans, mantras, meditations, inspirational readings and talks
Where: Usually Chartham, but for now, you can join a Zoom Satsang. They are great fun with people from many places gathering together – Click here for more details
When: Fortnightly on Friday mornings
Cost: all welcome, no fee, donations welcomed for our Yoga charity that helps people to get to experience yoga at Yasodhara Ashram.
In Sanskrit, Sat = true, sanga = company, satsang is often translated as ‘in the company of the wise’
FRIDAYS Monthly – Hidden Language Hatha Yoga with Jacqueline on Zoom
Yoga that encourages self acceptance and resilience, through gentle, reflective work. Movement with awareness and connecting with the meaning of the poses to give practical guidance for daily life. Your opportunity to increase physical/mental flexibility and well being.
When: Fridays, 8th January, 12th February, 12th March, 2021 10.00-11.30am.
Where: on Zoom
Cost: £5 per session. Advance booking essential.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07939 066810
You will need: a quiet, uninterrupted space
an internet connection
a mat, blanket and a notebook and pen
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Yasodhara Yoga Teachers in Canterbury
Jacqueline Summer I first encountered Swami Radha’s teachings of yoga in 2003 at a Hidden Language Hatha Yoga class. I went on to train as a Yasodhara Yoga teacher, taking the Yoga Development Course at Yasodhara Ashram in 2008 and receiving teacher certification in Kundalini, Dream Yoga and Hidden Language Hatha Yoga in 2010. http://www.yasodhara.org/ I renewed my training in 2014 and 2018.
I find Yasodhara Yoga to be a grounded and practical way of honouring the spiritual in everyday life. It is also a source of inner strength, resilience and compassion during the current situation.
Contact: Jacqueline Summer email@example.com 07939 066810 or 01227 732189
Carol Lucis Yasodhara yoga has been a prominent part of my life since 1994. I was impressed by the practical, life enriching tools that were offered to me in the classes. Yasodhara Yoga http://www.yasodhara.org/ has enhanced my life in every way. Swami Radha’s profound wisdom and compassion has formed the inspiration to make much needed changes to bring greater peace and joy into my life. I now offer others the opportunity to experience that same wisdom.
I completed initial training as a Yasodhara Yoga teacher in 1997 and returned to complete the Hidden Language, Dreams and Kundalini teacher training. Since then I have been returning regularly to the ashram to update and connect with others from all over the world. Extended stays in 2008 and again in 2015/16 helped me to deepen my yoga practice and commitment.
Carol will be teaching and offering Karma Yoga at Yasodhara Ashram from January to May 2020 and will be returning to Canterbury to resume classes in the early summer.
Contact: Carol Lucis firstname.lastname@example.org 07595 669206
Mantra Workshop – March 2020
The healing and unifying power of mantra. Discover the mantra that resonates with you.
Mondays and Wednesdays Weekly – Hatha with Carol Lucis
Carol’s weekly classes in Concord House, Canterbury and in Rough Common have been suspended while Carol takes a sabbatical at Yasodhara Ashram. She will return in early summer 2020. So, for further new, watch this space!
Accessing the Power of the Heart – August 2019
We all know that feeling of peace, courage and empowerment when we are connecting with our heart. How can we sustain that connection in our every day?
Discovering the Feminine Divine Workshop – June 2019
A nourishing day workshop. In our search for Divine Mother we will use breath-work, meditation, art, a symbolic walk and a deep nurturing relaxation.
Dream Yoga Workshops – May and July 2019
What do our dreams mean? Discover your own unique language of the unconscious using the safe method developed by Swami Radha. Yoga spiritual practices, such as chanting and meditation assist the process.
Yasodhara Yoga Weekend with Swami Sukhananda – March 2019
The Tree of Life: A Hatha Yoga Hidden Language Workshop
My Body as a Temple
Thank you for the workshop on the weekend! I’ve come away breathing deeply again, and with more confidence about what I am able to do. There was so much to review in my writing I am making that my practice during this week off work. Karen
Movement, Mantra, Meditation – September 2018
How these practices enhance the others.
Exploring Time – September 2018
We experience time in different ways. How can we make peace with time and experience the expansion promised by that? Exploring the latest scientific discoveries and yogic teachings relating to time and deepen our understanding.
Life Seals Workshop – April 2018
This signature workshop, led by Swami Sukhananda, gave students a unique opportunity to embark upon a profound exploration of Yoga and their own potential, creating personal symbols which allowed the unconscious to come forward. Then, using yogic practices of meditation, reflection, mantra and pranayama to enter into those seals to reveal patterns, life lessons and potential for change.
‘a fantastic weekend … on all sorts of levels‘ Hilary
Yoga of Healing Workshop – July and November 2017
What is it that heals? Is healing a power of the mind? Or the heart? Or is healing by Divine Grace?
There is no simple or direct answer as each person’s experience will be different. What are the messages that arise when you take the time to be caring and attentive to yourself? Healing is a learning process. Find out what is in disharmony and bring it back into harmony.
Dream Yoga – 2017
Ever wondered about the meaning of your dreams? By combining yoga techniques and practices together with an investigation of symbolism, dream yoga offers the opportunity to open up a dialogue with the unconscious mind. It is a detailed method of interpreting the messages of your subconscious to create change in your waking life.
Dreams are personal creations, study them and learn the language of your unconscious. Making your own discoveries is a very encouraging and joyful process. By finding answers within, self-confidence strength and clarity can emerge.
Exploring Mind and Consciousness through the Kundalini System – May 2017
The Kundalini System is represented symbolically with the 7 chakras, or energy wheels. These respond to our experiences in life. What are they turning and churning up in your life? How do you want to direct this energy? Discover how to harness the latent power within and create the kind of life you want to live. Wisdom arises from knowing yourself deeply, setting your course, opening to inner luminosity. What is possible?
Inner life of Asanas – going deeper with Hatha Yoga – May 2017
A step beyond Hatha Yoga, listen to the intelligence within.
An opportunity to experience and deepen your knowledge of the true power and mystical potential of each pose, using this knowledge to bring quality to your everyday.
Workshops with Swami Sukhananda – February 2017
The Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga at the Canterbury Yoga Studio, Summer Hill
Stilling the Mind, at the Garden Studio, Rough Common
Introduction to Yasodhara
Swami Sukhananda introduced the Divine Light Invocation – a standing meditation practice that Swami Sivananda Radha brought to the West from India. The evening also included images and talk about Swami Radha and Yasodhara Ashram with its amazing new Temple of Light, in Kootenay Bay, British Columbia.
Kentish Garden Tea Party – Rough Common, April 2016
Celebrate the building of our new temple at Yasodhara Ashram at this Kentish tea party. There will be home made savouries, cakes and scones, a variety of teas, coffee, soft drink and Pimms. There will be music, fun and games available with table quizzes for the adults and party games for the children and also a bring and buy book stall.
Inner Life of Asanas – Moving into Stillness – September 2016
Going further into your practice of Yoga. Deepening your knowledge of your body and mind and how they can work together to bring forward greater wisdom and understanding in your life .
Dream Yoga – The Garden Yoga Studio, Rough Common, October 2016
What do our dreams mean? What is our unique language of personal symbols and how can understanding them lead to greater awareness and choice in our daily lives? Discover the possibilities in a warm and supportive study group using the yoga teachings of Swami Sivananda Radha.