Billy Doyle qualified as a yoga teacher in 1980 with the British Wheel of Yoga. He trained with many teachers in a wide variety of approaches. In 1982 he met Jean Klein who introduced him to Yoga in the Kashmir Tradition. He studied closely with Jean Klein for many years in England, Holland, France and the U.S.
He has also studied in a variety of body related therapies including Massage, Eutony, Feldencrais, Alexander Technique and Craniosacral Therapy.
He holds regular yoga classes in London and retreats in different parts of the country and abroad. He also runs meditation and pranayama days in Hampstead, London.
He's the author of The Mirage of Separation (published in April 2008), a collection of poems and prose covering subjects that include identification, desire, time, the spiritual path and silence and Yoga in the Kashmir tradition : the art of listening this was published in 2014.
This approach emphasizes working with the energy body. Through a letting go and listening without anticipation we allow the body sensation to unfold. We discover in the process, our real body to be light, transparent and expanded in space. In our practice we avoid all mechanical movement and end-gaining, but live moment to moment in the sensation. Practising yoga in this way has a completely different quality. Old patterns melt away and we are open to deeper dimensions of ourselves. Yoga brings us to know ourselves in silence.
FRI 16th JUNE to SUN 18th JUNE 2017
Semi partitioned spacious dormitory
Retreat price includes all meals, drinks, accommodation & tuition
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Arrival from 5pm
6pm Drinks with nibbles & welcome
7.30am Pranayama & meditation
2.30pm Talk/discussion, followed by tea
Departure from 4pm