Join Us at The Om Yoga Show - 18-20 October at Alexandra Palace


The Big Retreat Wales is taking Yoga to the Om YogaShow on 18th, 19th,  20th October, Alexandra Palace, London


We do love our yoga - that’s why it  forms a key part to The Big Retreat Wales Feel Good line-up. Whether you're new to Yoga or a Yoga devotee, we have a range and depth of classes suitable for beginners and  experienced alike.  

 Over the last fifteen years, the OM Yoga Show has grown ever more popular, becoming the biggest yoga gathering in Europe, and one of the largest events in the world. 

The Big Retreat Wales founders (Amber & Diana) will be at  at the Om Yoga Show (find them at Stand M2) and Yogacharini Deepika will be leading our yoga class
The lovely Yogacharini Deepika (Sally Saini) manages the yoga spaces at the Big Retreat Wales.
Deepika first started yoga in a local class in West Wales in 1993. From there, her journey in yoga has been remarkable and she is now  one of the few worldwide senior Gitananda teachers and a teacher trainer herself (and co-founder of yoga Satsanga ashram centre in Wales) in classical hatha, jnana and raja yoga.

Deepika is passionate in Pranayama yoga practice and will be sharing some of the key pranayama practices from the Gitananda tradition at the Om Yoga Show London Friday 18th October 11.30am in the Warrior Open Class Room  (Free Open Class after Entry)  

Join Deepika’s  session  and  work on expanding  9 different sections of the lungs and using hasta mudras (hand mudras) and nada-sound to experience the Pranava AUM which is the closest human experience we can have of the vibration and sound of the sacred Om. The breath is life and by working with the breath we can increase our vitality health and happiness!
Come and say ‘hello’ &  meet Deepika and the Founders of The Big Retreat Wales and find out more.
Stand M2 18th, 19th and 20th October 2019 
For more about The Big Retreat Wales www.thebigretreatwales.co.uk

 For more about Deepika: www.yogasatsanga.org

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