Body-Dharma (mindful yoga)

Body-Dharma (mindful yoga)

‘Sensitive to the whole body’ is one of the Buddha’s ‘pith instructions’.  What might it mean to us? How can we become more sensitive to the life of our body and breath? In this class we explore this question.

Sundays 9:30-10:30am with Advayamati | Open to all | Hybrid (in person & online)

UPDATE! Starting from 3rd October

In person at the centre. Book your place by finding the event on our ‘events’ page and signing up!

(TBC if this is to be an online hybrid event too. (Join us via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83787627639)

Body-dharma yoga is a ‘still flowing’ form of Hatha yoga that incorporates Vinyasa flow, Scaravelli inspiration, somatic approach with a ‘practical’ mindfulness. These aid the integration of mind, body and spirit using the yoga of curiosity and letting go.

Trained yoga teacher Advayamati brings his experience of many years practice, leading workshops and retreats that combine shiatsu and energy work with teaching Buddhism and embodied mindfulness.

Upcoming events:

- Fri Nov 19th 2021
9:45am - 1:00pm
/ - Sun Nov 21st 2021
9:30am - 10:30am
/ - Sun Nov 28th 2021
9:30am - 10:30am

Bristol Buddhist Centre, 162 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NT
0117 924 9991

info@bristol-buddhist-centre.org

Triratna Buddhist Community in Bristol is a Registered Charity in England (900165).

Click here for Privacy Policy

Our Safeguarding Policies

copyright © 2021 Bristol Buddhist Centre

Our aim is to inspire a culture of generosity in the way we share Buddhist teachings. Therefore all our meditation and Buddhism activities are offered on a generosity basis – what you contribute is left to your generosity. You don't have to give anything if you don't want to or can't afford to, but we hope you'll be able to contribute appropriately so more people can benefit. To learn more see donate