Thu, 13 June | WeMove Studio

Byron Bay - Kalaripayattu: India's Martial Yoga

Practice the oldest indigenous martial art form in Byron Bay Shire!! Kalaripayattu (Kalari) is India's ancient indigenous martial, meditational & medicinal tradition that evolved alongside Yoga & Ayurveda that originates from Kerala in South India.
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Byron Bay - Kalaripayattu: India's Martial Yoga

Time & Location

13 June 2019, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
WeMove Studio, 3/43 Stuart St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482, Australia

About The Event

Practice the oldest indigenous martial art form

Kalaripayattu (Kalari) is India's ancient indigenous martial, meditational & medicinal tradition that evolved alongside Yoga & Ayurveda that originates from Kerala in South India. It is a complete system of body-oriented therapy with an emphasis on the expansion & development of the senses, a paradigm commonly called 'when the body becomes all eyes'. Kalari gives us a framework for understanding how we exist in the world and practical guidelines to harmonize ourselves with our ever changing inner and outer environments.

Kalaripayattu martial arts training involves warm up and flexibility exercises, strength and stamina training, step work, traditional forms and sequences as well as unarmed and armed combat techniques. It is ideal for building and maintaining general fitness and is particularly suited for yogi's, athletes, martial artists, actors, dancers and movement practitioners from all walks of life and ages (over 7 years old).

We will also be including aspects of Kalari Martial Yoga presenting a unique approach to improving your health and wellbeing. Yogic based practices such as meditation, pranayama, and asanas will be incorporated into a traditional yet dynamic practice.

You will take away movement practices that you will be able to work on in your own time (and until the next workshop!). It will be a great way to develop more flexibility, calm and focus the mind, improve your fitness and core strength, and develop your sense of inner wellbeing.

Who is this for: Adult/children (above 7 years) beginners and all levels of fitness and flexibility and particularly suited for:

- Yogis

- Martial Artists

- Dancers, Actors, entertainers, musicians

- Sports and fitness enthusiasts

- Healers and Wellness Practitioners

- And ALL people interested in moving and breathing !!

Date: Thursday 14th June

Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Location: WeMove Studio, Corner of Stuart & Tincogan St

Mullumbimby, NSW 2482

Contribution : $25

concession/students: $20

Contact Lalita -

About Lalita Ramona -

Lalita is a Kalari Practitioner and Martial Art Instructor, Yoga Teacher and Naturopath. She began studying Kalari Healing and Martial Arts in 2009 in Australia. Since then she has made several trips to India to study and train with her teacher and Guru, Sat Guru Hanuman Das, the founder of the Kalariyil Dharmikam Ashram in Kerala. She is also a qualified Yoga Teacher having completed her training in India. She is currently practicing and teaching key Kalaripayattu exercises, forms, open combat sequences and weapon forms. She has found that through the practice of meditation, pranayama and body movement, one can align themselves and their lives with their goals. Developing focus in the mind and body, while building a strong foundation through warm ups, traditional asanas and forms are integral to her training.

Originally from India, Ramona Lalita has lived and studied in various countries such as Brazil, Singapore, India and Japan. Ramona is passionate about health and well-being, and employs Kalari in her personal life. She endeavours to help her clients and students gain equilibrium and harmony in their lives. Ramona sees Kalari and Yoga as multimodal healing systems, and is a firm believer that using these methods, one can synergize the body, mind and spirit.

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  • Student/ Concession

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