FREE TALK presented by Infinity Foods & BNHC Community Programme

Is Contemporary Yoga a Continuation or a Deviation?
by Jim Tarran

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• What is yoga?

• What have been its aims throughout history?

• Is ‘Modern Postural Yoga’ (MPY) an effective method or a defunct travesty?

Yoga is known throughout the world and is now a multimillion pound business. But is what is being taught really yoga? In this talk Jim will discuss some of the tributaries that have fed into the continuum of viewpoints (Sanskrit: darśana) and practices of this globalised form of yoga.

Jim Tarran is a well-known and respected name in the world of yoga and has taught thousands of practitioners in his twenty five year career. Join him for this thought-provoking presentation and be ready to be surprised, entertained and inspired!

 

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