Group Mentoring: Health & Wellness series - Supercharge your Joy & Spirituality with Annie Jones - Session 3 |



Group Mentoring: Health & Wellness series - Supercharge your Joy & Spirituality with Annie Jones - Session 3

4 November, 2023
(Registration open till December 2025)

Infuse your health and spirituality with joy with Annie Jones. 

Join me for a fun session looking at how to keep the Manomaya strong and vibrant and joy filled. 

We will explore:

What foods keep your body happy

Movement to open the Heart and Hrit chakra

Meditation and mantra to soothe the mind and emotions

lifestyle tips to keep you happy!


About the Manomaya kosha and how to keep it balanced

The Manomaya Kosha is one of the five layers or sheaths that make up the human being, according to the ancient yogic philosophy of the Pancha Kosha model. It is often referred to as the "mental body" or the "mind sheath." This layer encompasses our thoughts, emotions, and mental processes.

To nourish and maintain the balance of the Manomaya Kosha on a day-to-day basis, you can consider the following practices:

  1. Meditation Regular meditation practice can help you become more aware of your thoughts and emotions. By observing them without judgment, you can gain insight into your mental patterns and gradually develop greater control over your mind.
  2. Yoga Physical postures in yoga not only benefit the physical body but also have a calming and balancing effect on the mind. Incorporating yoga into your daily routine can help keep your Manomaya Kosha in equilibrium.
  3. Breath Control (Pranayama)  Pranayama techniques involve regulating the breath. By consciously controlling your breath, you can influence your mental state, reducing stress and promoting mental clarity.
  4. Positive Affirmations Repeating positive affirmations can help reprogram your mind and replace negative thought patterns with more constructive ones. This can contribute to a healthier Manomaya Kosha.
  5. Journaling Keeping a journal to record your thoughts and emotions allows you to explore your inner world. It can be a helpful tool for self-reflection and understanding your mental processes.
  6. Gratitude Practice Cultivating an attitude of gratitude can shift your focus from negativity to positivity. Regularly acknowledging the things you're thankful for can improve your mental well-being.
  7. Limiting Stressors Identify and minimize sources of stress in your life. Stress can negatively impact your Manomaya Kosha, so it's essential to manage it effectively.
  8. Healthy Diet Nutrition plays a role in mental health. Consuming a balanced diet rich in nutrients can support brain function and emotional well-being.
  9. Adequate Sleep Getting enough quality sleep is crucial for mental health. It allows your mind to rest and recharge, helping to maintain the balance of your Manomaya Kosha.
  10. If you are finding that your mental health is struggling – then ask for help from a friend or a professional.


Prices & Booking

Date: Saturday 4 November 2023
Time: 10.00am – 11.00am
Cost: £20

Of course, there will be an opportunity for questions and for us to get to know each other a little more.
I look forward to seeing you all.

This event accrues 1 CPD point for DPN members.


Saturday, November 4, 2023 - 10:00
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Local government, Devon

Thank you so much to you and Bob and Imogen and of course Keith {Dru Yoga & Ayurveda Cookery workshop}.  I am looking forward to trying some of his recipes from his book.

I thought it was a great course. A lovely combination, especially as Keith related the doshas to different personality and behavioural traits, and that these were linked with the relevant balancing yoga sequence in the afternoon.

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Coach, Hebden Bridge
Having recently had open heart surgery I was hesitant to as to what yoga I could do. Dru has just proved to me that it is accessible to all. Thank you
GP, Manchester

I can feel myself changing as a person. I feel more confident and more loving. I have taken on a position of increased responsibility at work and have found the postures have increased my confidence. My patients tell me I am nicer.

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