Workshop with Paul Dallaghan

Sunday March 31st, 08:30 – 11:30

We are delighted that Paul is going to be back in the Shala for the first time in 3 years, to give this short morning workshop. Places are limited to 24 so book immediately to avoid missing out.
This workshop will cover the three essential aspects of any Yoga Practice, Asana, Pranayama and Meditation. Paul will lead a 3 hours of practice as done in deep yoga research which will include

  • 45 minutes of body connection and movement
  • 45 minutes of sitting in meditative practice
  • 90 minutes with pranayama practice
  • and maybe a question or two at the end

This workshop with Paul will allow us to explore the classical Pranayama techniques, as well as look at utilising the breath more consciously in our Asana practice, as well as taking that step deeper into Meditation practice. It is suitable for everyone, no matter their level of experience, from complete Yoga beginner, to advanced practitioners of all styles of Yoga.

Current Status: Workshop Full (25/03/19).

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Paul with Sri. O.P Tiwari and Sri B.K.S. Iyengar in India, August 2013

Paul with Sri. O.P Tiwari and Sri B.K.S. Iyengar in India, August 2013

About Paul Dallaghan

Paul is certified by Guruji, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, to teach the traditional method of Ashtanga Yoga. He is also a long time, dedicated students of Sri O.P.Tiwari, one of the few remaining classical yogis and master of pranayama, and is certified by him to teach Pranayama. He has practiced pranayama for many years under Tiwariji’s direct guidance which has led to deep insight and understanding of the practice. He uses this as a base for intelligence in asana to be applied appropriately for the student. Paul continues with his regular routine of asana, pranayama and meditation on a daily basis and through love of the subject matter keeps up a keen study of the classical texts and scientific interpretations of what goes on in yoga.

Paul grew up in Dublin. After completing his degree at Trinity College he was bound for New York where his life in yoga began. Paul runs Yoga Thailand in Koh Samui, and currrently divides his time between there and his home in Atlanta where he is following a PhD program at Emory University in Atlanta, USA, in the field of Biological Anthropology, bringing the yogic practices and philosophy to the scientific field.

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