Meditation & Yoga
Meditation can have many benefits such as:
- Developing self awareness and spiritual growth
- Promoting mental and physical healing
- Increasing memory retention
- Improving concentration
- Lowering blood pressure
- Promoting relaxation
- Reducing stress
Different forms of meditation are practiced within the institute. Meditation is held before class and also during the classes. Drop-in meditation practice is also available as well as standard Buddhist practices.
|MEDITATION & YOGA Sydney|
|When||Tuesdays at 6.15pm – Currently only open to members|
|Where||Level 4, 12 Thomas Street, Chatswood|
Yoga – Sydney
This gentle form of yoga, designed by Gen Chris Yangchen, is a combination of yoga asanas ( exercises) and meditation for those who are stressed, chronically ill, elderly and disabled.
The yoga is designed to raise energy, provide flexibility, promote balance, calm the mind and improve meditation.
It forms the mind, body discipline and is a system of relaxation, working to integrate and balance the physical and the psychological to achieve both mental and physical health.
Class 1 Seated Yoga: for the chronically ill and the elderly
Class 2 Mat Yoga: for those who are stressed and have health problems
Note: New participants to either yoga class must first undergo an assessment. If you are interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
|Yoga Class 1||Yoga Class 2|
|When||Currently Closed||Currently Closed|
|Where||By appointment||Level 4, 12 Thomas Street, Chatswood|
|Cost||By donation||By donation|
|Yoga Teacher Training|
|When||Sundays at 1pm – Currently only open to members|
|Where||Ngal Sol Retreat and Training Centre|
AITHP is registered with Yoga Australia as a Yoga Teacher Training College.