Yoga Webinar | Create workshop: Mindfulness and the practice of meditation

27 Jan 2022 8:30 PM 1 hour

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This is a FREE WEBINAR on Yoga

Schedule : Jan 27th 2022 Time: 8:30 pm IST

Is this a LIVE WEBINAR : yes, this will be a live webinar

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About the Event :

As part of our Teach Inspire Create annual programme of events, we’re excited to welcome Jasone Miranda-Bilbao for a live workshop on mindfulness and the practice of meditation on 27 January 2022.

Based in London, Jasone is both an artist and yoga practitioner. Mostly working with installation, sculpture, photography, video and drawing, she also curates exhibitions. Her work has been exhibited internationally, and she has also participated in artist residencies, talks and conferences and in teaching. In 2006 she completed a PhD in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College - her PhD thesis looks at how we generate relations and more specifically at the relationship between sculpture and photography, 2 and 3 dimensions, movement and stillness.

Her interest in yoga came about from questioning the relationship between self and world. Having gone to her first yoga class in 1999, in 2002 she committed to a daily Ashtanga yoga Mysore practice. Two years later she travelled to Mysore (India) to study at the KPJAYI, now called Sharath Yoga Centre. There she realised that in order to make yoga her own, she needed to understand the ways in which India intertwines spirituality and daily life. She began to live and work between London and India, mostly in New Delhi, and this experience of spirituality in context is what she credits for having shaped her understanding of yoga the most.

Jasone's combined experience in yoga and art, practical as well as theoretical, has given her a particular understanding of how body and mind work together and a belief in the importance of exploring new ways of thinking and living.