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#41_November 2015 – Reflections

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Having our teachers Lama Marut and Lama Cindy here last month has been so wonderful and inspiring. Every time they teach, I find my practice and understanding open up in new ways and taking new directions. As the year comes to a close, I’ll be taking some time to reflect on these teachings and how I can really live in the truth of what I learned. I invite you to do the same, and if you’ve been inspired like I have, do join our sangha by becoming a member.

I’m also very excited to be presenting our last event of the year: a midnight yoga and meditation practice on New Year’s Eve. Check out details below or on our website. I hope to see you there!

With all best wishes,

“Two forces pervade human life, the Gita says: the upward thrust of evolution and the downward pull of our evolutionary past.”
― Eknath Easwaran

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New Year’s Eve Midnight Yoga and Meditation

Midnight Yoga

Join us on New Year’s Eve to celebrate the start of 2016 the yogi’s way.  Enjoy a 2-hour yoga and guided meditation practice that will guide us into a deeper sense of acceptance and peace about the year gone by, and open us to the beauty and fullness of the year to come.

The session is suitable for practitioners of all levels.

Oasis Holistic, 10 Selgie Road, #01-50 Selegie House, S180010

31st December 2015, 10pm – 1st January, 1am

Yoga Asana: 10.30pm – 12mn

Meditation: 12mn – 12.30am

Please come early so we can settle in together and start the class at 10.30pm. You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks (non-alcoholic) to share after the meditation.

Cost: by donation

Please register by filling in the form at the bottom of the page.

For more information, please write to info@asc-sg.org.

Vaishali Iyer completed her 250-hour YTT in 2011, and has since been teaching Hatha Yoga and meditation in Europe. She believes in using yoga to work with the body, mind and heart; strengthening the body, stilling the mind and opening the heart to cultivate a sense of peace and wholeness. Through movement, stillness and breath, she encourages students to form deeper connections with themselves, and explore new, more conscious understandings of the life that is unfolding for them in every moment.

Charu Ramesh practices as a classical homeopath, an I Ching interpreter and a life guide. She has studied Buddhist Psychology with Caroline and David Brazier and teaches regular dharma classes for ASC. She helps people work with relationships, transitions and the issues that life keeps throwing at all of us. The main thread that runs through her work is empowering people by helping them take responsibility for their lives.