UK: Meditation for Life I by Leon Deith at Yoga Ananda Holistic Centre

| 08-14, 2010

Reigate, Surrey | Saturdays : 21 Aug, 18 Sept, 9 Oct, 13 Nov, 11 Dec, 2010

Leon Deith, one of the directors of Yoga Ananda Holistic Centre in Reigate, Surrey – UK, be leading the workshop Meditation for Life I.

Ideal for people who wondered about meditation but never had time to find out. Meditation practice is no longer restricted to Buddhist Monks, Christian Contemplatives and Yogis. It has become part of our popular culture and brings with it positive and often rapid results. Recommended by Doctors as a way to de-stress, combat hypertension and ease depression, by sports coaches and business managers to keep focused and relaxed. More and more people from all walks of life meditate to distress and to help deal with the complexities of modern living. It’s easy to learn and need only take 10 minutes a day. The workshop will explore how we can use meditation and other disciplines to enhance our lives making us more positive, confident, healthy and happy. Find out what Meditation is, how to integrate this practice into your life, different types of meditation, and a chance to practice different methods to find what is more suitable for you.

Meditation for Life 2

This workshop is Level 1. Meditation for life 2 is for those who have passed class 1. It includes more advanced pránáyáma (breathing techniques), including Samanu Techniques to bring awareness to the present moment, and will involve a Holistic approach to life including energy clearing, positive thinking and continued work on body, mind and spirit.

Level 2 courses will be available for graduates of Level 1 on: 23 October and 27 November also 10am – 5pm.

About Leon Deith

Leon Deith is one of the Yoga Ananda Holistic Centre Directors. He has been practising Yoga and Meditation for over 20 years. He teaches Yoga classes, Meditation classes and leads Satsang at the Centre. Leon is also a Life Coach utilising the System of Soulwork to enable you to reach your goals and ambitions in life. Soul Work is derived from Hawaiian Huna and system coaching as taught by Martyn Carruthers.

Leon Deith came into Yoga in the Mid 80s learning Transcendental Meditation, which ignited his interest in Eastern Philosophy. In 1986 Leon embarked on his first trip to India and started to learn about the great Indian Saints discovering Ramana Maharishi through the books of Paul Brunton. He also practiced Hatha Yoga under the guidance of Dayamurti and Elaine Parkinson at the British Wheel of Yoga in the early 90s.

Leon later trained as a teacher with the International Sivananda organization, first in Findhorn and later in India in Vrindivan, as an advanced teacher. For a number of years Leon Deith has been deepening his practice of Kriya Yoga, which is a system of Yoga was made available to the West though the famous book “Autobiography of a Yogi” by Paramhansa Yogananda.

Leon Deith has been blessed to be able to journey to many spiritual locations around the world and broaden my understanding of the Sanatan Dharma (Eternal Truth) and in particular Advaita Vedanta.

The Hatha Yoga classes Leon teaches encompass the 8 limbs of Yoga and are suitable for all students.

Leon is also a Life Coach utilising the System of Soulwork to enable people to reach their goals and ambitions in life. Soul Work is derived from Hawaiian Huna and system coaching as taught by Martyn Carruthers.

Meditation and Kriya Yoga classes: You can attend meditation classes with Leon daily in the mornings, or drop in and Kriya Yoga classes at Yoga Ananda Holistic Centre. Check the timetable for detais…

Date: Saturdays : 21 Aug, 18 Sept, 9 Oct, 13Nov, 11 December, 2010
Hours: 10am – 5pm
Location: Yoga Ananda Holistic Centre, 46 Albert Road North, RH2 9EL – Reigate, Surrey
Value: £50 per person

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