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30 Sept–2 Oct, Perpignan: Introduction to Shadow Yoga

Introduction to Shadow Yoga with Sundernath & Emma Balnaves

  • Free Lecture and Demonstration – Friday 5pm
  • Four classes: Saturday & Sunday 7–9am & 5–7pm
  • Cost: EU400

Shadow Yoga is a modern term that encompasses the ancient practices originating with the Pashupata tantrika yogins. These practises preceded and gave rise to Hatha Yoga. The Pashupata tantrika yogins are the oldest known ascetic yogins, even pre-dating Patanjali.

The teaching of the Shadow School is based upon the ancient Hatha Yogic texts which state that ‘all fixed forms should be designed to develop the practice of freestyle’.  Freestyle is a necessary step in the cultivation of longevity and enlightenment.

Open Level: This workshop is open to anyone from beginner level of any style of yoga.

Hosted by Yoga Mandapa. For registration and further information:
Email here.

Details

Start:
30 September @ 5:00 pm CEST
End:
2 October @ 7:00 pm CEST

Venue

Yoga Mandapa
8 rue Stendhal
Perpignan, 66000 France
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Frequently asked questions

Each course will be designated a particular ‘Level’. It is the responsibility of the practitioner to determine, based on the description of the course and their own experience, whether or not they are suited to a particular course. If, after checking the course and the descriptions below, there is any uncertainty, kindly email us at contact@shadowyoga.com
Shadow Yoga cannot be held responsible for you purchasing a course which is not suitable for you and we regret that no refunds will be available.

Levels for courses are:

Open Level – suitable for all levels of yoga practitioners.

Intermediate Level – proficiency with the intermediate level of asanas.

Advanced Level – proficiency in Nrtta Sadhana – Pure Dance of Shiva and ability to sit in Padmasana for one hour.

Payments can be made via PayPal or Stripe (credit card).

10% discount for Shadow Yoga teachers applies (not in addition to other discounts).

Discounts may be offered for bookings made one month in advance of first class. Payment must be made upon booking.

Check individual courses for details.

We appreciate that your circumstances may change.

You are able to cancel your registration 6 weeks prior to the commencement of a course without penalty and with a full refund. We must receive your cancellation by email to: shadowyoga@baci.com.au

If your cancellation is received any later, the following fees apply:

  • 4–6 weeks before the first class, a cancellation fee of 25% will be deducted.
  • 2–4 weeks before the first class, a cancellation fee of 50% will be deducted.

If your cancellation is received with 2 weeks of the commencement date, we regret we are not able to refund your payment. Note: Your place in a course is not confirmed until your invoice is paid in full. Payments are not able to be transferred between courses.

Register with confidence.

Out of consideration for all attendees, if you have symptoms or have recently been in close contact with someone who is infected, please take an appropriate test before commencing the course.

If you have recently tested positive and cannot attend the course we will be able to offer you a credit towards future offerings.

In the instance that a course cannot proceed due to local COVID-19 restrictions or other reasons, we will be in touch with you promptly.
The course will be postponed or cancelled, and we can:

a) Hold your funds for when the course is rescheduled or
b) Refund your money in full less the credit card fee, if the new date does not suit you.

Shadow Yoga is concerned with the social and environmental impacts of industry and the marginalisation of various groups. We have pledged 1% of sales to help fund diverse grassroots organizations and appreciate the support of our community.

In 2002, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, created 1% for the Planet and started a global movement. “The intent of 1% for the Planet is to help fund these diverse environmental organizations so that collectively they can be a more powerful source in solving the world’s problems.”