Yoga Wednesdays

with Patricia Rafferty (Padma Malini dasi)


  • Explore a wide range of postures which allow you to enter into the therapeutic and invigorating experience of Yoga that is accessible to all practitioners. Increase strength and flexibility while releasing tension through foundational poses
  • Gain a practical experience of the immense benefits of conscious breathing and breath control. This timeless element of Yoga brings deep relaxation and allows the mind to become more calm and peaceful
  • Explore various lifestyle choices that can promote increased relaxation and health
  • Regardless of age or physical condition, Yoga can help everyone to feel more relaxed and rejuvenated 

Date: Every Wednesday  (07/01/15 – 11/02/15 and 25/02/15 – 01/04/15)
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £10 drop in or £50 for 6 classes to be used within 3 months

For more information, and to get in touch with the teacher, please visit the Facebook page:

Preparation for class:
· You can bring your own mats and blocks, although some are available for general use
· Avoid eating before the class, particularly large meals
· Wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in
· If you have any serious injuries or health conditions, please check with your doctor before attending class and inform the teacher in advance

About Patricia Rafferty
Patricia began practicing yoga in Northern Ireland in 1991 with Norma Duffield, and received her yoga teacher training qualification from the Yoga Fellowship of Northern Ireland in 2001. After 8 years in an ashrama, she gained an in-depth understanding of yoga philosophy and psychology, mantra meditation, vegetarian cooking and Ayurveda. She has studied with teachers from various yoga traditions including Mira Metha, Ana Forrest, Hamish Hendry and John Scott, and has taught in Northern Ireland, America, India and England, working with people of all ages and levels of practice.

Maintaining a regular practice has allowed Patricia to develop a deep, practical understanding of the therapeutic nature of yoga and the endless ways it can be adapted. She empowers others to experience the healing energy of focused mind, breath and body work within a safe and relaxed environment.

Published onTuesday, January 14th, 2014

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One Response to “Yoga Wednesdays”

  1. Maximos Says:

    Well it sounds like WOFF is a CULT!!!!! I was relaly surprized!!!! NOT, It makes me kind of sad, relaly. I fell for such deception, allowed my child to stay there and be emotionally and spiritually abused. I have asked for God’s forgivness and for my son’s. I am working on forgiving myself.Please be enouraged to keep up this good work. Hugs and prayers

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