Yoga for Empowerment


Thursday 20 June | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM | London
A contribution to International Day of Yoga adopted by the United Nations in 2014 and celebrated across the world every year on 21st June.
 
Often thought of, particularly in the West, as the practice of physical exercises or asanas, including systems of breathing, the word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or unite, symbolising the union of body and consciousness. One of yoga’s most famous practitioners, the late B.K.S. Iyengar, described it as a way of maintaining a balanced attitude in day-to-day life and endowing skill in action.
 
Our speaker this evening will explore the relationship and connections between Hatha Yoga in its various forms and levels and Raja Yoga as taught and practised by the Brahma Kumaris.
 
 
Speaker: Dr E V Swaminathan
Dr Swaminathan is a life coach, human resource trainer and consultant who is keen to use his knowledge and skills to help create a more values based society. With a  background in Engineering, Dr Swaminathan has studied extensively and his academic achievements include a Masters in Yoga and Psychology as well as a PhD in Emotional and Quantum Intelligence.  He has been a corporate trainer for more than 20 years and has worked with a wide variety of organisations and companies including the State Bank of India and TATA motors.  He is a much sought after speaker and has given talks at a number of professional and other conferences in India and abroad.  Dr Swaminathan has been a student and teacher with the Brahma Kumaris for the past 28 years.
 
 
Watch live: globalcooperationhouse.org/watchlive
 

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