Soundbath Meditation Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Centre Shala

Soundbath Meditation Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Centre Shala

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Photo taken at the Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala during Heather Frahn's Therapeutic Soundbath Meditation, with fellow musician Stuart Rose.

Photo taken at the Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala during Heather Frahn’s Therapeutic Soundbath Meditation, with fellow musician Stuart Rose.

Heather Frahn presents Therapeutic & Relaxation Soundbath Meditations. These events are a deeply restorative, sound and mindfulness meditation experiences to holistically enhance mind, body and spiritual wellbeing. Photo above courtesy of the Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala. Pictured L-R: Stuart Rose, Heather Frahn, and AAYS Participants. www.adelaideashtangayoga.com

Ashtanga Yoga is an ancient form of yoga which uses vinyasas, which link postures and breath to form dynamic sequences, creating a dynamic flow throughout the practice. Ashtanga is a sanskrit term, ashto means “eight”, while anga means “limb”. Each limb or stage in the eightfold path is a step along the path to self-realization. The eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga are :-

YAMA – moral codes
NIYAMA – self-purification and study
ASANA – the practice of yoga postures
PRANAYAMA – breath control
PRATYAHARA – sense control
DHARANA – concentration
DHYANA – meditation
SAMADHI – contemplation, self-realization or a state of bliss

The Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala teaches in the traditional methods as taught by Pattabhi Jois and offers both guided and mysore style classes. For more information on classes offered by the shala please view our class timetable at www.adelaideashtangayoga.com