Mūdras in a modern day yoga practice - by Khadine Morcom

Article first published in Yoga Magazine July 2017

What actually is a mudra?  We may be familiar with some of those hand gestures that our yoga teacher encourages us to use in class; perhaps bringing the thumb and index finger tip together or bringing the hands into a prayer position to name two of the most common hand positions but what are they, why do we do them and do they make a difference to our practice?

The Rendezvous, South Coast Road, Peacehaven (behind The House Project shop)

Teacher: 
Rosie Waters
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Gentle, traditional yoga, suitable for all levels including beginners.  Equipment provided, but please bring a mat if you have one.  

Find us in the Rendezvous, a beautiful building located behind the House Project charity shop on the South Coast Road in Peacehaven. We are in the upstairs room.  

Further information from Rosie Waters - 01323 892638 / 07983 622840

email: seahavenyoga@b tinternet.com

www.seahavenyoga.co.uk

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