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Pranayama, Asana and Meditation

Breath is the vehicle of consciousness and through the breath one can still the mind and withdraw the senses inward toward a meditative state where the ego dissolves.
The classes will focus on how asana can help to build the strength, determination and endurance for pranayama while keeping the nerves and brain calm and begin to relax the mind.

Where

#6 - 3041 Sherman Drive, Prince Albert SK, CA S6V 7B7
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

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Levels

When

Jan 24
2016
15:00 pmto17:00 pm

Sunday afternoons 3:00-5:00 pm

Other dates include: February 7, 28 and March 20

Price

$25

$25/class
please pre-register at or contact me

Full Description

Pranayama, Asana, Meditation
Sunday’s - January 24th, Feb. 7th, 28th and March 20th
Breath is the vehicle of consciousness and through the breath one can still the mind and withdraw the senses inward toward a meditative state where the ego dissolves.
The classes will focus on how asana can help to build the strength, determination and endurance for pranayama while keeping the nerves and brain calm and begin to relax the mind through asana for meditation.
They are all interconnected and as S. Iyengar says, “Although it is possible only to mediate in one asana, it is possible to perform all asana in a meditative way.”

Class Time: 3:00-5:00pm.
$25/class – please pre-register at

Classes at Yoga Sublime Studio – 1998 Central Ave., Prince Albert, Sk.
Instructor: Pamela Nelson
Pamela is a member of the Iyengar Association of Canada (IYAC) and certified at the national level. She has practiced yoga for over 20 years and taught for over 13, training exclusively in the Iyengar system for the majority of those years. She has completed the rigorous and lengthy training program and received her Intermediate Junior II Certification. Pamela regularly attends Iyengar yoga classes, workshops and intensives held by senior international IY teachers, including travelling to Pune, India to study with the Iyengar family in 2013 and has been accepted to return in 2017.
She is dedicated to lifelong learning and committed to sharing her training and experience with students of yoga. Pamela teaches all level of classes including Beginner, All-levels, Intermediate, Iyengar Flow, Gentle/Restorative, Youth and Kids. Her teaching style is clear, pragmatic and direct yet filled with gentle humor and joy.