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Scientifically sound is a vibration at a particular frequency, and it can be used to produce physical changes in organisms. Some vibrations can be beneficial while others can be harmful, sound can be concentrated and intensified until it shatters and destroys, or sound can be used to soothe and heal.

Sound is a form of energy that has frequency, pitch, volume, tone and many subtle qualities and these were used by the Tantric Yogis and Rishis who discovered during deep meditations certain sounds and psychic vibrations that they called Mantras which were heard when yogis entered Samadhi and other states of higher consciousness.

Modern physics now agree with ancient yogis who through their meditative experiences have known that the sound is a primordial form of energy. It is the original substance and basis of the whole universe; the solar systems are an expression or manifestation of sound energy this sound is known as Nada in Yoga.

In this course, we’ll explore the power of sound, how we can ignore the mind’s endless thoughts during Mantra practice by maintaining constant awareness on the Mantra and we’ll discover how to use Mantras to heal yourself and others by chanting into their bodies.

Topic Overview 

Deep focus on:
• Philosophy of Mantra
• Origins of Mantras
• Practice of foundational Mantras

Foundational Anahata Yoga Practices :
• Anahata Asana Vinyasa
• Anahata Pranayama
• Anahata Meditation
• Anahata Yoga Nidra
• Anahata Yoga Adjustment


Anahata Yoga Immersions are an opportunity to improve your knowledge and practices of the magical aspects of Inner Yoga.

These Anahata Yoga Immersions are suitable for a wide range of people who would like to immerse themselves in an ancient Yoga tradition that teaches people how to love themselves unconditionally.

This comes direct from Shiva, the Adiyogi, who taught Shakti the Dance of Love “I want to join with you, open my heart to you without any expectations, give you all of my love without any conditions, honour and respect this love and never do anything to harm this love, and to create the strength I need to be this loving.“

These people may range from those who already have an existing Yoga practice to those people beginning their Yoga journey that want to create a strong foundation for their Yoga practice.

Each Yoga Immersion is separate but adds to the knowledge and practices of the student from the Yoga Immersion done before until all 6 Yoga Immersions are completed.

During each Yoga Immersion, the student is taught how to explore their own unique personal potential for the many different paths and practices of Yoga.

Let’s grow and evolve together, acknowledging our power of creation and learn to create everything for ourselves, not needing anything from outside.


February 22nd:

Arrival Day

6:30pm: Registration

February 23rd – 28th:

07:00-08:00 – Candle Gazing, Pranayama & Yoga Nidra
08:00-09:30 – Asana Class
09:30-11:00 – Breakfast Break
11:00-13:00 – Interactive Lectures
13:00-15:00 – Lunch Break
15:00-18:30 – Interactive Lectures, Yoga Therapy, Yoga Nidra, Mantra Singing

Some Evenings:

8:00pm-9:00pm: Movies, Mantra Singing, Fire Puja, Yoga Nidra (two evenings a week)



There are no prerequisites needed to be able to attend these modules. Everyone is welcome to join, from people who’ve already been practicing Yoga for many years to people who just started their practice.

It’s also possible to only join for one day.



On completion of all six Yoga Immersions, if the student has completed a Yoga Alliance accredited YTT200 course previously, the student receives an Anahata Yoga Teachers Certificate RYT 300.

If the student does not require this RYT 300 certificate, then they are presented with an Anahata Yoga certificate certifying the hours of theory and practice they have completed at the end of each separate Yoga Immersion.

This Anahata Yoga Immersion certificate is perfect for those students who are required to do on-going training after completing their teacher training course for certification with Yoga associations.


These six modules that together make a 300-hour course do not need to be taken sequentially. Each module will explore a particular aspect to help the student deeply embody these practices.


50 Hours across 6 Days


Full Workshop price : 17,500 thb Price does nopt include accommodation or food 

1 Day : 3,000 thb (price without food or accommodation)

About the Facilitator:

Peter Clifford

Peter teaches a very rare and old tradition of Anahata Yoga, which maintains the opening of the heart chakra as a connecting point between consciousness (Shiva) and Kundalini energy (Shakti) and represents love, compassion, balance and union.

Peter has more than 56 years experience of living Yoga and has been studying in India with several great teachers like Swami Shankara, Swami Sarasvati, TKV Desikachar, AG Mohan, BKS Iyengar and Rishi Nityabhodananda.

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