The Sound of Sanskrit ~ The Language of Yoga Course

A 4-day course over 4 Saturdays ~ 2nd February - 22nd June 2019

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Course Tutor: Lucy Crisfield

Speaking at the World Yoga Festival this year, and plenary speaker at the British Wheel of Yoga London festival the last two years ~ will be bringing the power of the Sanskrit language to Exeter.

We will be chanting, sounding, meditating, philosophising and looking at the inextricable link between Sanskrit and yoga.

The course:
- Experience the meditative quality of the 16 vowel sounds, known as the ‘divine mothers’.
- Learn how to sound the bīja mantraḥ ~ experience their transformative power.
- Chant sections of the Yoga Sūtra, the major philosophical text of yoga.
- Learn how mantraḥ works ~ the theory of the four pada.
- Discover the four stages of speech and the significance of the gross, subtle and causal in the Sanskrit language.
- Learn to pronounce the Sanskrit alphabet, āsana names, and Gods and Goddesses.
- The origins of the Sanskrit language: the śiva Sūtras.
- Vedic chants including the Gāytrī Mantraḥ.

Cost:
£290 early bird by 20th October


Dates:
4 sessions: all Saturdays, 11.00–17.30

2nd February
2nd March
6th April
22nd June

To Book:
& Further details here:


http://www.lucycrisfield.com/the-sounds-of-sanskrit--exeter.html
Contact: 07791 588 597
lucycrisfield@gmail.com to book