is a term that covers all the physical practices of the Aro Tradition
of Vajrayana Buddhism.
Each class is 1 hour and a donation of £3 is requested. This once-a-month session is always on the Sunday after the first Saturday of the month - see calendar for details.
The session may include Ying’khor, sKu-mNyé, walking meditation, and standing meditation.
Ying ’khor exercises involve subtle movement in a standing position.
Some include visualisation of coloured light energy synchronised with
the breath. A few involve sound as vocalised syllables.
The Aro Tradition walking and standing meditations are connected with the martial art system of Natural Heroism.
sKu-mNyé (pronounced ‘Kum-nye’) in the Aro tradition is a system of repetitive
physical exercises which massage the spatial nerves of the subtle,
energetic body – giving rise to extraordinary sensations. In these
unusual sensations it is possible to find the presence of non-dual
awareness - momentary enlightenment.
Aro Ling Cardiff is small, so the classes are small. A maximum of 5 people a session can be accommodated. Hence this is a precious opportunity to learn and practise these physical yogas with individual tuition.
Booking is required to attend this monthly session.