African Yoga was founded by Pablo Khonsu Imani.It uses rhythmic movements (hudu) to help warm up the body in order to perform postures (sayunaats).
The hudu allows the body to naturally create heat with movements of the elements; earth – ta, water – ma/mu, fire – ra/re and air – shu. The practice focuses on body and breath awareness, the development of flexibility, mobility, strength and endurance, uniting the body, mind and spirit for health and wellbeing.
This modern version of the ancient system was founded by Dr. Asar Hapi and Master Yirser Ra Hotep. It was developed by studying, translating and interpreting the commonly called hieroglyphic texts of Kemet (ancient Egypt) and the images of Yogic postures that are clearly pictured on the walls of the Khemetic temples.
It uses a range of simple to more complex geometric shapes, the benefits from these series of movements are many including stress relief and increased blood circulation.
Khemetic Yoga is especially suitable for the heavily overweight, those with stiff joints and people advanced in years. In this yoga style the aim is to equip individuals with the skill to ease themselves into a yoga posture with emphasis on developing patience and concentration.
UK Yoga Courses
Short courses in January to kick start the New Year!
- January 7 – 11 February 2017 (six sessions)
We run seasonal workshops throughout the months of May, June and July.
Spring Course Dates and Yoga Instructors:
25 February, Fatou
04 March, Felicity
11 March, Fatou
18 March, Felicity
25 March, Fatou
01 April, Felicity
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