Workshops

COMING UP WORKSHOPS

When we practice Yin Yoga we’re not only opening up the physical body – we’re also tapping into the energetic body. This workshop is about the chakras and its connection with the meridians. Our prana, or life force energy, flows through our body along energy channels – also known as nadis or meridians.  These meridians travel through energy centres known as chakras.  

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Yoga Kurunta (Hanging Yoga) is a yoga practice in which the wall and belt are used as a prop to deepen the asana practice. It is a unique practice, where gravity can be appreciated and utilized as a natural form of resistance. It helps students to develop strength in both the large and small muscle groups, improve overall flexibility and mobility in the joints and open the spine in every direction without compression, releasing back pain.

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The lower body & hips provides stability, they ground us, they keep us stable. We are generally less flexible per default in the hips than compared to say the shoulders, as it should be. But due to our lifestyle today, where we spend hours upon hours sitting down (both during “office hours” and in our spare time) and because of the fairly repetitive movement-patterns we have (walking, biking, maybe running) our hips and lower back tends to “tighten up” way too early in life. 

 

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Living daily with full attention is not always easy. Most of  us  are very busy. Practicing in silence gives you the opportunity to calm down, to connect to inner peace and being close to yourself, the mode of being. 
 
 
 
 

 

Sometimes we get lost of sources of our power, pleasure and inspiration. We think too much and get stuck in life. Creating a vision board will connect you to your inner wisdom and will show a blueprint of your life. 

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According to Chinese Medicine the element water correlates with Winter and is about our courage and will. The power of water is that it gives us the flexibility and fluidity to create future movement. Like a seed buried under the winter soil  contains the potential for life which will be able to sprout spontaneously in the Spring, the Courage and Will conveyed by the water element helps us  push ahead against all obstacles in our path.  It our will, courage and instincts that help determine our life's purpose.

 

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According to Chinese Medicine the element of Wood correlates with Spring and it’s associated with vision, imagination and dreams. Spring  is a time of growth and expansion and optimism. Like the seeds that have been laying in the hard winter earth conserving their resources, suddenly in Spring they our intentions, desires and dreams can burst spontaneously into life.  The Wood element is about renewal, awakening and rebirth.

 

 

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According to Chinese Medicine the Fire element correlates with Summer and is about our emotions, courage and wisdom. It is also called sometimes called the element of 'heartmind' because the heart is considered closely related to our mental and emotional life at this time. Our hearts expand at this time of year, like a chalice in the centre of our bodies holding the fire of our spirit. (The Tao philosopher Lao Tsu  said that it is the emptiness of the chalice, the cup, that renders it useful. He said that the  emptiness at the centre of our heart is the space where our spirit/consciousness resides. 

 

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