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Michael Stone at the Yoga Hub Dublin

By Dublin, Ireland, Teachers, Wellbeing, Yoga

Gavin editted it down to parts which was in the last blog. I thought it might be a good opportunity to share the longer version at this time of year as we (hopefully) have time on our hands to spend it as we choose and not as is prescribed by the usual daily routine and this perchance might fill some of that time. Time well spent in my book;-)

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Wabi Sabi and Yoga

By Mindfulness, Yoga

Wabi-sabi, is that the green paste that lurks in my sushi box It is not Japanese horseradish but a Japanese art form that is compatible with the two great philosophies of Taoism & Zen Buddhism and it sits beautifully with how I see Yoga. The word wabi used to mean poverty but post 14th century it became connected not with the absence of material possession but non dependence on it; not unlike the yoga principles of detachment and equanimity. If…

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Still Life: An Introduction to Meditation

By Meditation, Mindfulness, Teachers, Workshops, Yoga

STILL LIFE An Introduction to Yoga Nidra, Pranayama & Meditation A workshop with Aiden Condron In association with WHAT IS YOGA? Yoga is a spiritual science developed over thousands of years by the sages of India. The Sanskrit word yoga has the literal meaning “to yoke”, from the root yuj meaning to join, to unite, harmonise. Yoga is comprised of eight ‘limbs’ as set down by the great sage and father of yoga Patanjali in the 10th century. These are:…

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