Moksha Intensives

Benefits of an Intensive Practice include:
  • Explore the depths of an intensive 3 hours practice
  • Experience asana, pranayama, relaxation, chanting and meditatation
  • Move deeper into your practice
  • Experience the integration of Yoga philosophy into an asana practice
  • Experience the sacredness of Satsang

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“The Moksha Yoga Intensives, in essence, are like vitamins for the soul”

Moksha Yoga Monthly Intensives

Our Monthly Yoga Intensive is designed to provide you with the space to give yourself the gift of time to become fully immersed in your Yoga practice and dedicate 3 hours to your mind, your body and your spirit and allow the true purpose of Yoga to become realised.

The Moksha Intensives consist of 3 hours of dedicated Yoga practice and are designed for students to deepen their existing practice and are open to all levels of yoga experience except absolute beginners.

The Intensives include 1.5-2 hours of Asana (physical postures) practice integrated with Pranayama (breathing practices) and Yoga Philosophy then moving into a deep Yoga Nidra or Savasana, followed by Chanting and completing with a 5-10 minute Meditation practice. Our Intensives are a deeply spiritual yet physically and mentally challenging experience.

Date & Time Teacher
20th June 2014 Dark Side of the Mood with Jedda Davis
1st August 2014 Living Liberated with Jivamukti
26th September 2014 Spring into Summer Detox with Emma Palmer
17th October 2014 TBA
7th November 2014 Sharon Hands
5th December 2014 TBA
2nd January 2015 Sharon Hands
6th February 2015 Erin Docherty

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