You are invited to an evening exploring Mudras for Modern life, from the Yoga Satyananda tradition. Our intention in Mudra practice is to link the individual prana life force with the universal forces. Mudras can be a doorway to meditation, with subtle movements and simple sounds that awaken clarity and peace of mind. Yogis / Yoginis use mudras to activate Prana, chakras, and Kundalini. We will use hasta (hand) mudras and abhava (feeling) mind mudras that we can use in modern life.
Below is Thalia’s yoga story:
“I was taught Hatha and Iyengar yoga by my mother in 1966, when I was 5 years old. I explored the art of yoga for hours in the garden and the woods, and fell in love with nature. Indeed, I found yoga to be a wonderful way to come home to nature and simply be.
In 2013, I trained with Swami Satyadaya, who inspired me to share my passion with others by training to become a yoga teacher. After two years of training under the directorship of Swami Nischalananda Saraswati on the Mandala Yoga Ashram Teacher Training course, I gained my Yoga Teacher Diploma accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga.”
In 2020, she trained with Uma Dinsmore Tulsi, in Women’s Yoga Therapy and the Total Yoga Nidra Teacher & Facilitator Training.
Thalia teaches gentle yoga classes, yoga for women’s hormonal health, and gentle yoga for long-term health conditions.