Yoga Charity Class for Baluji Music Foundation
BALUJI MUSIC FOUNDATION promotes the understanding and enjoyment of music and performing arts from the Indian Sub-Continent in all its traditional and evolving forms. Our motto is “sharing the joy of music” which we promote through performances, workshops, collaborations, research and exciting projects. We are an inclusive organisation and encourage participation with people from different cultural perspectives, and we especially welcome people who are differently abled.
The aim of yoga practice is to allow islands of peace surface in the mind. This class will be dedicated to finding balance and calm. The asana practice, combined with mindful breathing, will encourage a very natural connection with the present moment. The class will end with guided relaxation, with elements of yoga Nidra, to leave participants restored and grounded.
Since her first hatha yoga class in 1995, Barbara has derived benefit and inspiration from a variety of different styles including, more recently, Jivamukti, Anusara and restorative yoga. Barbara obtained a British School of Yoga Diploma in 2005 and enriched and deepened her practice at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram in Kerala, India. In September 2013, she was the first student in the UK to complete the Yoga for Survivors specialist training at Yogacampus and has been using yoga as a precious tool to support cancer patients through the physical and emotional challenges of cancer treatment and recovery. Barbara is also specialised in yoga for people with limited mobility and disabilities, and has been working with physiotherapists and carers to provide support to chair and bed bound clients. Barbara runs private and group classes in North London.
Members of the Inner Vision Orchestra will being playing live throughout the class, this also features one of Baluji's students Jason Kalidas who will be playing Indian Flute (Bansuri)
To book to take part in thsi event please RSVP to Barbara Gallani