MEDITATION YOGA COURSES 2016

Meditation Yoga    

  • Traditional Meditation Yoga
  • Tues 23 Aug - 11 Oct
  • (8 weeks) 
  • Beginners - 6.15 - 7.45pm
  • Level 1 - 8.00 - 9.45pm
 

Introduction to Meditation

  • Traditional Meditation
  • Seated postures
  • Thurs 22 Sept - 13 Oct
  • (4 weeks)
  •  6.15 - 7.30pm
  • Experienced to Beginner
 

Sunday Intensive

  • Traditional Meditation Yoga
  • Yarraville
  • Sun 27 November
  • 12.00 - 5.00pm
  • Experienced to Beginner

LEARN TO MEDITATE

MEDITATION COURSES and MEDITATION CLASSES as conducted by MIND-YOGA (Aust) is training in traditional, authentic Kundalini Yoga Meditation under the direct guidance of leading Meditation Master of 30 years teaching, Dean Das. This is Traditional Yoga, that of the 9th Century Siddha/Nath Yogic tradition of Western India. 

TO 'MEDITATE' is a highly skilled pursuit. For it to be effective i.e. transformative, it must be learnt directly from a Meditation Master, one who has served an 'apprenticeship' to a recognised and esteemed Meditation Master, who in turn, has served an 'apprenticeship' within a traditional Yogic lineage of India.

MIND-YOGA is solely about 'personal transformation' - organic Inner Change.                                              The Science of Yoga alters the brain and 'reconditions' the total human organism.                                            It balances the functioning of the central nervous system, releases 'positive' neurotransmitter chemicals(dopamine/serotonin/oxytocin), and creates new neural pathways. Habitual negative feelings such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem are replaced by an expanded sense of well-being and happiness. We have a new perception of our self and the world we inhabit. 

MEDITATION YOGA COURSES and CLASSES is training in Complete Yoga - Yoga of the Body; Yoga of the Breath; Yoga of the Mind - Yoga of 'the three bodies' - constituting the total human organism.

MEDITATION YOGA methodology is a 6 sequenced series of physical postures (asanas); in combination with breath regulations ( pranayamas); in combination with mental stability (pratyahayara/dharana);      leading to meditation (dhyana/samadhi). Mind-Yoga training brings strength, balance and lightness to the body; depth and calmness to the breath; revitalisation of the central nervous system; and stability to the mind. When the mind becomes 'still', the result is inner-peace and clarity of consciousness (samadhi).  

DEAN DAS, is an Australian born, Meditation Master, teaching, lecturing, and writing on Meditation Yoga for some 35 years. He is a direct disciple of  revered Siddha Meditation Master, Swami Prakashananda Saraswati of Nasik, Western India.  Dean Das lived with his Guru in a 'one-to-one', Guru-disciple relationship for 7 years atop Sapta Shringi Devi mountain, Nasik, Western India.  He lived as a brahmachari sannyas (monk) of the Saraswati Order. Upon returning to the West, Dean Das lives as a married householder Yogi within the Siddha/Nath lineage of Western India. 

Note: MIND-YOGA, MEDITATION CLASSES and COURSES require no prior 'pre-requisites. You do not need to be 'super-fit',  nor expected to perform  abnormal and pointless physical contortions. This is not Western 'New Age' Yoga! Mind-Yoga is concerned only with personal integrity, a willingness to learn, and a commitment to the betterment of your own self. 


When the breath is steady, the mind is steady. When the breath is still, the mind is still. When the mind is still, it is called Samadhi (total union). Hence, the breath must be regulated until still.
— Goraksasataka