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Mai Ram Yoga UK

Address:
Billericay, Essex, Cm12 9df
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Mai Ram Yoga assembling different trends of yoga including Hatha, Raja, Kriya yoga and different directions such as Karma, Bhakti and Jnana retains the true essence of yoga, which reveals the connection as a whole. It is necessary to combine yoga types and directions because they all complement each other. Mai Ram Yoga method consists of the cyclic process in supply chain in which each part helps the development of others.

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Mai Ram Yoga Open

Mai Ram Yoga Open (introductory yoga) - a practical methodology for all people who want to start practicing yoga. This unique methodology is distinguished in that it is easy to understand and available to everyone. The practice consists of five short asana and pranayama lessons, which introduce Mai Ram Yoga system and methodology. When a person practices Mai Ram Yoga Open, he/she learns to perform asanas and their sequences correctly, a person feels powerful effect, which leads to further progress and development.

Mai Ram Yoga Basic

Mai Ram Yoga Basic practices are intended for learning concentration, control and observation of the self and control of functions of body and mind. These practices help the human to adapt to changes occurring in life. They promote personal growth and maturity, develop the acceptance of the world and help to form a correct approach towards the self and the existing situation.

Opening Times

Opening Times: Monday & Wednesday - 19.30-21.00
140 High Street, Billericay,
CM12 9DF

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: Monday & Wednesday - 19.30-21.00
1st floor, 140 High Street, Billericay,
CM12 9DF

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