Monday evenings : 8, 15, 22 & 29 July


Guided by ReUnion founder Jim Harrington, this workshop series will focus on meditation (dharana & dhyana), breathwork (pranayama), relaxation (yoga nidra) and on visualisation and attention techniques collectively known as Pranavidya.

This work of “turning the minds attention inward”  where it is able to “rest in its own centre of gravity” is a process of being embodied and courageously present. Hence these are mind, breath and in the body practices. 

This workshop series is a “work in” as an alternative to the more common “workout” style of yoga and is an opportunity to explore some of the beautiful practices of the Himalayan Yoga Tradition. This is an established Dyana Yoga (meditation) lineage based in the Himalaya which has been guiding Jim’s personal practice for the past 8 years.

Those unable to attend in person may join via a Zoom link

Workshop details

  • When: 8, 15, 22 & 29 July
  • Where: Reunion Yoga & Meditation alternate Studio – In person AND online 
  • Time: 18:30pm – 20:00pm
  • Cost: R860 per person or R250pp single drop in

Suitable for:

  • Anyone wishing to slow down and experience deep relaxation through the traditional meditation and relaxation practices of Hatha yoga .
  • anyone with a curiosity for the deeper practices of Yoga beyond the “gymnastics” of asana.

These practices are deeply healing and restorative for people of all ages.

You can expect to learn:

  1. A straightforward and powerful method of Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) that can then be practiced at home.
  2. Basic soothing Pranayama technique of alternate nostril breathing.

  3. Diaphragmatic breathing as a key to well-being and stability.

  4. Breathing techniques for cleansing and enhancing lung function.

  5. A basic seated meditation practice method to quiet the mind.

  6. Sequential body relaxation method.

  7. A traditional practice to maintain the healthy function of lymph glands, improve circulation, and maintain the joints. This “joints and glands practice” is gentle but profound.

These practices will be explained from both a modern medical perspective and from the perspective of the traditional meditation lineage from which they came.

Theory and practice to develop awareness of the subtle energy that flows throughout the body and mind.

While yoga is mainly represented in the west as vigorous, breath focused “gymnastic” workout, the more classical perspective of yoga is that yoga is a series of practices that lead to a tranquil, calm and clear mind and a healthy body.

If you have any queries, or would like to book your spot email us: