Cultivating Harmony in Our World Today: Practical, Broad-Spectrum Yoga and Tantra with James Boag.
13 -15 October 2017 (3 Day Programme)

Friday 13th October 7- 9pm

Storytelling and Interpretation Satsang Evening: Life at the Threshold, Initiation, Growth, Renewal and Evolution

How can we stay centred in these times of great change? How can we transform the tremendous challenges of 21st century life into gifts and opportunities? Using story and symbol from the heart of the yoga tradition James will share practical teachings around principles that can help us skilfully face the challenges of our time in ways that foster harmony and evolution.

Wear clothes that you are comfortable to move and sit in. This session may involve some simple movement exercises, suitable for all, some singing and meditation.


Saturday 14th October 10:30am - 5pm.

Dynamic Equilibrium – Yogic Movement for Times of Change

How can we use our time working with physical yoga practices to support ease and steadiness through the spectrum of our daily lives. In particular, we will look at rehabilitating, reinforcing, and refining healthy neuro-muscular patterns and efficient kinetic chains through the body for safe, easy and effective movement in daily life and in more demanding movement activities.

This full day programme will include the Morning Movement Session followed by a lunch break (please bring a light packed lunch).  The afternoon will include Movement, Meditation, Satsang Inquiry and Discussion and Kirtan.


Sunday 15th October 2 - 5pm

Sunday Kīrtan and Satsang: Yoga and the Power Sound

This afternoon, we will consecrate time for the simple, yet powerful practice of Kīrtan, yoga of sound and song. The session may also include short movement exercises suitable for all, meditation, inquiry and discussion.

Each session works as a stand alone practice/teaching/exploration.  However, attending the whole programme will facilitate a richer appreciation of how we can weave the supportive, harmonising benefits of yoga into all aspects of our lives, and how everything can be a means for practice.

Friday night only - £15; Saturday full day only - £50; Sunday Kirtan only - £15;
Full Programme £65.