Booking is usually done via the venue, but do contact us if you can't find the information you need.
Christine will be part of the teaching faculty on Advanced Teacher Training Course with Lisa Petersen and other faculty in Dublin. The next training will begin in January 2019. For more information contact Lisa Petersen at firstname.lastname@example.org,see her web site www.living-yoga.ie or see this pdf. This course is unique: twelve modules over one and a half years, open to graduates, teachers and dedicated students of Yoga. Each module has a unique emphasis and theme and is designed so it can be taken individually. For deeper, more integrated learning, we strongly advise you to consider several or all modules. This training is about relationship and how the parts of us co-operate to create a unified whole. In this philosophy, developing along on the yogic path is not a linear process, but a series of overlapping waves, each wave planting a seed enabling the next wave to take root and flourish.
We will be exploring tools to rebalance the nervous system in order to create a deep sense of calm and quiet.
We will be working with restorative practices, simple breathing techniques and Somatic movements to develop this theme.
In the breath as in life it is usually the pause phase that gets eroded.
This workshop is an opportunity to pause and restore some equilibrium in order to find a new perspective.
Suitable if you have at least three months experience in yoga with Christine, Padmadarshini or equivalent. This is so you have the basics already for this particular approach to Yoga.
£40 (£35 concession).
To book contact Christine direct email@example.com mobile: 07958782043
or contact Bodywise: email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 0161 833 2528
Sat07Dec2019Sun08Dec201910am-4.30pmThe Yoga Mills, Anderson Chambers, Market St, Galashiel, TD1 3AF Scotland
When we are centred and our weight and the force of gravity moves clearly through the bones to the ground, we create the conditions to experience a profound sense of support and ease and a deep sense of stability through all the layers of our being.
Clarifying our relationship to the ground is the key and the starting point to developing this stability.
During transitions we especially need to find a ballast or strong anchor within us to enable us to navigate with ease.
We will be exploring the art of moving from our centre and how to create this internal anchor, re familiarising ourselves with our original, instinctive capacity for fluid, connected movement.
This movement comes from an internal expression rather than an external shaping of disparate parts.
We will be working with a combination of floor based Somatic movements and Yoga practices to explore this theme.
Please note this workshop is non-residential. Fee: £130
To book contact Andrea Duffin: email@example.com