To be effective it is important that our Yoga practice is underpinned by a reasonable theoretical understanding. Arguably there are three main things we need to consider. Firstly do we know how to lose tension by finding effective support through the floor and our bones. Secondly, within any personal constraints are we capable of carrying out the full range of normal human movement? Thirdly do we know how to listen to our sensory nervous system closely enough that we don’t move unnecessarily into discomfort.
This workshop will consider these aspects of yoga largely through practice, but with time to consider what and why we are doing things.
The workshop is principally for Yoga teachers or for Yogi(ni)s with a regular practice.
Cost £45 and please email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org for payment details. Please note that full payment secures a place.