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Indian Summer Satsang – Southport
Saturday 11 June 2016. 6:15pm – 9:30pm
Renewed You Yoga and Solace 510 are proud to host an Indian Summer Satsang in Southport on Saturday 11 June 2016. Join us for a 75 minute Akhanda Hatha yoga class and a traditional Indian vegetarian Thali for supper with Satsang.
A healthy lifestyle comes from more than just physical exercise but from a healthy and balanced diet. Liz was taught by her Guru, Yogrishi Vishvketu, that Yoga begins in the kitchen! Yoga is a science and a way of living your life – to find balance and peace in your body, mind and soul. Join us for a traditional Hatha yoga class as taught in the foothills of the Himalayas followed by a healthy, nutritious and simply delicious vegetarian Indian Thali.
Our Indian Summer Satsang will begin at 6:15pm on Saturday 11 June 2016 with Registration. Yoga will commence at 6:30pm until 7:45pm. Dinner will be served at 8pm until 9:30pm.
Yoga is inclusive. This class is suitable for all levels, all ages, men and women, and all body types. Those new to yoga and those who wish to deepen their practice are welcome. This will be a small intimate class of up to 10 people only.
Traditional yoga focuses on balancing asanas (the physical postures), pranayama (breathing practices), mantra, meditation, and discussion of yogic philosophy and lifestyle. All equipment will be provided. Please wear comfortable loose clothing. Light colours are encouraged.
Further details of Liz’s Yoga classes can be found on this website – so feel free to explore!
Indian Summer Supper
A Thali is a traditional Indian meal made up of a selection of dishes. All food is vegetarian and will include two lightly spiced vegetarian curries, dhall, chapatti/paratha and rice. Supper will be accompanied with a lassi (traditional yogurt drink) and an optional glass of prosecco. Indian tea and sweet treats to end.
If you have any allergies or intolerances, then please discuss this with us before booking your place.
Satsang is a tradition in India where students sit together with a teacher to discuss yogic philosophy and lifestyle. This is an opportunity to learn more about food, yoga and the science behind the asanas (focused on in Western yoga classes) and share views and experiences. You will have the opportunity to submit questions for dinner table discussion before the event!
This event is £45 with a £15 deposit required to secure your place. Deposits can be paid via PayPal to email@example.com or contact Liz for alternative methods of payment. 10 spaces available.
Where are we?
Mayuri is opening her beautiful home near Hesketh Park to host this event. Details will be provided upon booking your place.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Liz directly on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07734180488.
Liz is a qualified Akhanda hatha yoga teacher and prenatal yoga teacher in Southport. Liz was a practising Solicitor in London before the opportunity to travel took her to India and S E Asia for 6 months where she explored and deepened her yoga and meditation practice. Liz has spent many months in India including the vegetarian state of Rishikesh and the glamorous Goan beaches. Liz has always been a foodie and has sampled delicious vegetarian cuisine at home and abroad. She enjoys cooking at home for friends and family. Yoga changed her life and she is privileged to teach students and share practical tips for finding peace in our busy lives. Blending cooking and yoga is simply a delight.
Mayuri was born in Uganda to parents from Gujarati, India. She moved to the UK aged 3 and learned to cook authentic vegetarian Indian food with her mother, aunties and extended family from the age of 5. Mayuri was in the food industry for 5 years, cooking and hosting functions, weddings and parties in her own pub in Yorkshire. Mayuri now lives and works in Southport and continues to explore her love for food and traditional Indian cuisine.