HIMALAYAN SINGING BOWL WORKSHOP with Ramesh Sapkota
SUN 16th July 2017  |  1:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.
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This workshop is on donation basis

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The Himalayan singing bowls have long been used as an aid to meditation and healing. Among the many benefits, the powerful sounds and vibrations created by the bowls resonate through the entire body, easing muscle tensions, realising deep held stresses, rebalancing the self and bring about a deeper sense of inner peace.

Join Ramesh, a renowned yoga teacher and sound bowl healer from Nepal for a unique workshop where you will have the opportunity to learn some of the techniques used for self healing. And experience the physical vibration of the singing bowls as they travel through the meridian network of your body, removing dis-ease and blockages.

More about Ramesh

“I grew in a culture where Yoga was not something to do but something to be.”

As a young child Ramesh was introduced to a variety of yoga practices by his parents who continue to maintain the spiritual and cultural traditions of Nepal. Influenced by their love of yoga, he started practising yoga at seven years of age and during the course of his life have had the opportunity to live with gurus in Shivapuri, Rishikesh and Varanasi where he learnt the traditional yogic practices and sattvic life style.
Alongside his BA in Sanskrit Mythology, Buddhism and Yoga, he completed my 200 RYS with the World Yoga Alliance and has been teaching hatha yoga, mantra, pranayama and nada yoga for the last eight years as well as specialising in Himalayan singing bowl therapy and yantra meditation.
Whilst the majority of his time is spent teaching in the Kathmandu Valley, he also teaches throughout India and in several European counties that has led to a deeper knowledge of what yoga is and how it is interpreted from culture to culture.
The incorporation of singing bowls, yantra imagery and mantra into general hatha yoga practices ensure that his students enjoy an enriched yoga experience that unites both the physical and spiritual elements of the traditions.
As the son of a traditional Brahmin family from Kathmandu, Ramesh will be offering this workshop on a donation basis.