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Cho Wai Tai
A Special Note for Safety
The Thrust of these sessions is for the person practising to be uplifted and healthy. The sessions are not supervised, so you yourself must never push outside of what you know to be safe for you to do. You can modify the practice to be milder, or suspend it if you fear there is any risk – remember any pre-existing conditions, age etc. The practices generally fit into the mild-medium band, however even then, those with pre-existing conditions need to be watchful. Also, consider the environment and props used. Your bedroom or whatever room you may be using may not have adequate space or floor evenness for example. Be mindful of a normal yoga space and props and adjust appropriately. Those points simply form a sound base for your enjoyment and safety. The main thing is for you to enjoy the practices.
*These sessions are unsuitable for anyone who has not completed at least a term (10 weeks) of a yoga course acquainting them with modern postures, breath work and relaxation.
Richard Liddicut Audio Sessions
Recorded on 20th May 2020
Conscious Standing with breath. Loosening Practices.
Recorded on 3rd June 2020
Practical movements with breath.
Recorded on 3rd July 2020
Om Shanti Mantra
Part 1 Active: Sounding aloud.
Part 2 Passive: Hearing the Mantra in relaxation or meditation.
Recorded on 28th July 2020
LONG SESSION: Physical and Pranic Preparation for Om Shanti.
Still to be released.
Recorded on 18th July 2020
Remembering face to face classes with “Om Saha Navavatu…” chant.
This session was made for the exclusive use of Richard’s students.
Medical Condition Form