We all want to be happy. No one is really satisfied with brief moments of fleeting happiness; we want True Happiness all the time. The practice of Yoga is a systemic approach to rediscovering our True Selves and the True Happiness that is already within us.
You are invited to join us on Monday 24 July 2023 at Baan Aree, the beautiful location so generously made available to us by the Baan Aree foundation, where yoga and meditation teacher Prema (Jo Yee Yung Fung) will be leading the session starting at 6.30 PM.
Everyone is welcome, from beginners to experienced meditators. We meet to support and encourage each other in our practice.
Baan Aree is a Thai Buddhist Center, please wear something that is comfortable to sit in, and avoid tight-fitting clothes, shorts, sleeveless tops, and short skirts.
There is no charge for this event. However, the Little Bangkok Sangha follows the Buddhist custom of Dana (generosity). The teachings and the venue are offered as an act of generosity, and those receiving them can, if they wish, reciprocate by making donations. These go towards the teacher’s and venue’s costs. Boxes for Dana will be provided.
- 6:00 pm Baan Aree opens
- 6:30 pm Opening practice
- 6.40 pm The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
- 7.00 pm Guided Meditation
- 7:40 pm Closing practice
- 7:50 pm Q&A
- 8:00 pm Baan Aree closes
The practices and the guided meditation will involve various beginner level yogic breathing, energy visualization, eye and neck stimulations, and sensory concentration techniques. The talk will focus on the parts of her book “Yoga Sutras for Busy Minds” most relevant to personal meditation practices.
Prema is a compassionate, creative and enthusiastic teacher, who supports her students in harmonizing their lives using traditional therapeutic wellbeing techniques for the body and mind. Through her path of self-discovery and healing experiences she is convinced of the body-mind connection and is passionate about sharing the transformative power of the mind. She studied the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali with Swami Govindananda Saraswatiji and Swami Haribrahmendrananda Tirthaji in Kerala, India.