Clive Sheridan: Japan Workshop & Retreat
- September 18th-23rd 2009, Mitake Mountain Retreat
- September 12th-13th 2009, Tokyo Workshop
The specific content of these sessions is not specified due the spontaneous style of teaching Clive is renown for worldwide. All sessions are inspired by the true essence and spirit of non-regimented advaita and tantra yoga sadhana.
All of the daily sessions Clive will conduct in Japan during the Mountain retreat and weekend workshop will start with a meditation practice and pranayama class followed by an asana class. In each afternoon session, Clive will give a discourse on the inner teachings of yoga, followed by a second asana class and finishing the day with pranayama.
Asana/Pranayama/Meditation Mitake Mountain Retreat
September 18th-23rd, 2009
The retreat will be held at the spiritually renowned “Mitake Mountain”. Mitake has been worshipped since ancient times with many sacred locations for ascetic training.
Musashi-Mitake shrine is situated at the pinnacle of the mountain (929 meters), and is accessible to the public only by climbing or cable car. The Musashi-Mitake Shinto shrine is one of the oldest in Japan founded 2100 years ago, and is one of the most spiritual sites that can be found in Kanto area.
Retreat and accommodation will be in a 180-year-old Japanese traditional thatched roof temple lodging that has been preserved by the Kubota family for 18 generations. Vegetarian meals will be provided.
There are several hiking trails through the mountain forests to enjoy during the leisure time. A hike to the summit where the Musashi-Mitake Shrine is situated offers amazing vistas over the Chichibu-Tama-Kai national park.
(subject to change):
Friday, September 18
Saturday - Tuesday, September 19 to 22
08:00-09:45 Light Breakfast
Wednesday, September 23
Asana/Pranayama/Meditation Tokyo Workshop
September 12th-13th, 2009
Workshop duration will be approximately 9 hours per day with additional tea and lunch break (Total 11 to 12 hours). The workshop will include meditation, asana, pranayama and satsang.