Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
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0151 257 8202
Workshops
Based around themes, our workshops are for those who want to advance their practice. Lasting from two to five hours, the themes range from practical subjects such as science and anatomy to the more esoteric practices such as meditation and relaxation, mantra, and pranayama. Yoga is such a vast subject (it is 5000 years old, after all!), there is always something new to learn, regardless of how many years you have been practising.
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Using Anatomy to Refine & Empower Your Practice & Teaching with Dr Yogi Saturday 10 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or yoga practitioners with at least a one year consistent practice. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm- 5.30pm. Teaching yoga can often be just as challenging as it is rewarding. With busy classes, high turnover and lots of students who are new to yoga coming to class it can be easy for yoga teachers to feel isolated and overwhelmed, often not knowing where to turn to for support with the many questions we have. This daylong workshop offers a space to ask the questions that you never seem to get the opportunity to ask. We’ll cover a variety of different topics with the aim of deepening your own yoga practice and refining and empowering your teaching so that it is inclusive and informed by the most up to date research on movement. With a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and asana practice we will explore many areas: Dispelling yoga myths and becoming clear about the meaning behind what we say in class by looking at some of the latest scientific research on biomechanics and health Using anatomical knowledge to refine the language that we use as teachers Making yoga inclusive by focusing on accurate cueing instead of precise cueing Discussing hot topics such as locking joints, squaring the hips in twists, Shoulder Impingement and the use of the Glutes in backbends Exploring what limits us in certain asana, what are the stretch reflexes and how to apply a knowledge of fascia to the asana practice Exploring the principals of flexibility verses mobility Discussing why muscles tighten and the best way to approach this. The workshop will include dedicated practices so ensure that the topics that are explored are integrated This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members. After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 15 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He is featured in the new book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com £90.00
Supporting Injured Students with Dr Yogi Sunday 11 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For teachers + teacher trainees, As a teacher it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries. In this six hour workshop we will: discuss the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with look at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours). There will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. "I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have been on." Sian O, Yoga Teacher After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit: www.doctor-yogi.com
Autumn Equinox with Ali & Yvonne Sunday 27 September 2020 14.00-17.30 The Autumn Equinox is the point at which the days and nights are equal. After this point, nights get longer and days get shorter as we move toward winter. The falling leaves and longer nights remind us that in order to evolve and grow, we must first let go of what no longer serves us. Join us for a grounding, nurturing afternoon to help you transition with ease into Autumn, celebrating our own harvests and letting go of anything that no longer serves us. Enjoy a delicious yin practice targeting the meridians of the lungs and large intestine that govern the Season of Autumn, a grounding hatha flow, a ‘letting go’ meditation around a beautiful mandala we build together and finishing with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. £25.00
The Yoga Bank 2020 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Workshops
Based around themes, our workshops are for those who want to advance their practice. Lasting from two to five hours, the themes range from practical subjects such as science and anatomy to the more esoteric practices such as meditation and relaxation, mantra, and pranayama. Yoga is such a vast subject (it is 5000 years old, after all!), there is always something new to learn, regardless of how many years you have been practising.
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Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
Using Anatomy to Refine & Empower Your Practice & Teaching with Dr Yogi Saturday 10 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or yoga practitioners with at least a one year consistent practice. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. Teaching yoga can often be just as challenging as it is rewarding. With busy classes, high turnover and lots of students who are new to yoga coming to class it can be easy for yoga teachers to feel isolated and overwhelmed, often not knowing where to turn to for support with the many questions we have. This daylong workshop offers a space to ask the questions that you never seem to get the opportunity to ask. We’ll cover a variety of different topics with the aim of deepening your own yoga practice and refining and empowering your teaching so that it is inclusive and informed by the most up to date research on movement. With a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and asana practice we will explore many areas: Dispelling yoga myths and becoming clear about the meaning behind what we say in class by looking at some of the latest scientific research on biomechanics and health Using anatomical knowledge to refine the language that we use as teachers Making yoga inclusive by focusing on accurate cueing instead of precise cueing Discussing hot topics such as locking joints, squaring the hips in twists, Shoulder Impingement and the use of the Glutes in backbends Exploring what limits us in certain asana, what are the stretch reflexes and how to apply a knowledge of fascia to the asana practice Exploring the principals of flexibility verses mobility Discussing why muscles tighten and the best way to approach this. The workshop will include dedicated practices so ensure that the topics that are explored are integrated This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members. After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 15 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He is featured in the new book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com £90.00
Supporting Injured Students with Dr Yogi Sunday 11 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For teachers + teacher trainees, As a teacher it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries. In this six hour workshop we will: discuss the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with look at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours). There will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. "I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have been on." Sian O, Yoga Teacher After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit: www.doctor-yogi.com
Autumn Equinox with Ali & Yvonne Sunday 27 September 2020 14.00-17.30 The Autumn Equinox is the point at which the days and nights are equal. After this point, nights get longer and days get shorter as we move toward winter. The falling leaves and longer nights remind us that in order to evolve and grow, we must first let go of what no longer serves us. Join us for a grounding, nurturing afternoon to help you transition with ease into Autumn, celebrating our own harvests and letting go of anything that no longer serves us. Enjoy a delicious yin practice targeting the meridians of the lungs and large intestine that govern the Season of Autumn, a grounding hatha flow, a ‘letting go’ meditation around a beautiful mandala we build together and finishing with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. £25.00
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2020 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Workshops
Based around themes, our workshops are for those who want to advance their practice. Lasting from two to five hours, the themes range from practical subjects such as science and anatomy to the more esoteric practices such as meditation and relaxation, mantra, and pranayama. Yoga is such a vast subject (it is 5000 years old, after all!), there is always something new to learn, regardless of how many years you have been practising.
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Using Anatomy to Refine & Empower Your Practice & Teaching with Dr Yogi Saturday 10 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or yoga practitioners with at least a one year consistent practice. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. Teaching yoga can often be just as challenging as it is rewarding. With busy classes, high turnover and lots of students who are new to yoga coming to class it can be easy for yoga teachers to feel isolated and overwhelmed, often not knowing where to turn to for support with the many questions we have. This daylong workshop offers a space to ask the questions that you never seem to get the opportunity to ask. We’ll cover a variety of different topics with the aim of deepening your own yoga practice and refining and empowering your teaching so that it is inclusive and informed by the most up to date research on movement. With a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and asana practice we will explore many areas: Dispelling yoga myths and becoming clear about the meaning behind what we say in class by looking at some of the latest scientific research on biomechanics and health Using anatomical knowledge to refine the language that we use as teachers Making yoga inclusive by focusing on accurate cueing instead of precise cueing Discussing hot topics such as locking joints, squaring the hips in twists, Shoulder Impingement and the use of the Glutes in backbends Exploring what limits us in certain asana, what are the stretch reflexes and how to apply a knowledge of fascia to the asana practice Exploring the principals of flexibility verses mobility Discussing why muscles tighten and the best way to approach this. The workshop will include dedicated practices so ensure that the topics that are explored are integrated This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members. After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 15 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He is featured in the new book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com £90.00
Supporting Injured Students with Dr Yogi Sunday 11 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For teachers + teacher trainees, As a teacher it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries. In this six hour workshop we will: discuss the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with look at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours). There will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. "I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have been on." Sian O, Yoga Teacher After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit: www.doctor-yogi.com
Autumn Equinox with Ali & Yvonne Sunday 27 September 2020 14.00-17.30 The Autumn Equinox is the point at which the days and nights are equal. After this point, nights get longer and days get shorter as we move toward winter. The falling leaves and longer nights remind us that in order to evolve and grow, we must first let go of what no longer serves us. Join us for a grounding, nurturing afternoon to help you transition with ease into Autumn, celebrating our own harvests and letting go of anything that no longer serves us. Enjoy a delicious yin practice targeting the meridians of the lungs and large intestine that govern the Season of Autumn, a grounding hatha flow, a ‘letting go’ meditation around a beautiful mandala we build together and finishing with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. £25.00
The Yoga Bank 2020 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Based around themes, our workshops are for those who want to advance their practice. Lasting from two to five hours, the themes range from practical subjects such as science and anatomy to the more esoteric practices such as meditation and relaxation, mantra, and pranayama. Yoga is such a vast subject (it is 5000 years old, after all!), there is always something new to learn, regardless of how many years you have been practising.
Workshops
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Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
Using Anatomy to Refine & Empower Your Practice & Teaching with Dr Yogi Saturday 10 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or yoga practitioners with at least a one year consistent practice. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. Teaching yoga can often be just as challenging as it is rewarding. With busy classes, high turnover and lots of students who are new to yoga coming to class it can be easy for yoga teachers to feel isolated and overwhelmed, often not knowing where to turn to for support with the many questions we have. This daylong workshop offers a space to ask the questions that you never seem to get the opportunity to ask. We’ll cover a variety of different topics with the aim of deepening your own yoga practice and refining and empowering your teaching so that it is inclusive and informed by the most up to date research on movement. With a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and asana practice we will explore many areas: Dispelling yoga myths and becoming clear about the meaning behind what we say in class by looking at some of the latest scientific research on biomechanics and health Using anatomical knowledge to refine the language that we use as teachers Making yoga inclusive by focusing on accurate cueing instead of precise cueing Discussing hot topics such as locking joints, squaring the hips in twists, Shoulder Impingement and the use of the Glutes in backbends Exploring what limits us in certain asana, what are the stretch reflexes and how to apply a knowledge of fascia to the asana practice Exploring the principals of flexibility verses mobility Discussing why muscles tighten and the best way to approach this. The workshop will include dedicated practices so ensure that the topics that are explored are integrated This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members. After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 15 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He is featured in the new book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com £90.00
Supporting Injured Students with Dr Yogi Sunday 11 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For teachers + teacher trainees, As a teacher it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries. In this six hour workshop we will: discuss the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with look at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours). There will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration. The day will run from 10.30am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. "I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have been on." Sian O, Yoga Teacher After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit: www.doctor-yogi.com
Autumn Equinox with Ali & Yvonne Sunday 27 September 2020 14.00-17.30 The Autumn Equinox is the point at which the days and nights are equal. After this point, nights get longer and days get shorter as we move toward winter. The falling leaves and longer nights remind us that in order to evolve and grow, we must first let go of what no longer serves us. Join us for a grounding, nurturing afternoon to help you transition with ease into Autumn, celebrating our own harvests and letting go of anything that no longer serves us. Enjoy a delicious yin practice targeting the meridians of the lungs and large intestine that govern the Season of Autumn, a grounding hatha flow, a ‘letting go’ meditation around a beautiful mandala we build together and finishing with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. £25.00
Bookings for workshops and courses cancellation policy When booking for courses and workshops, please note that we can only provide a full refund (less a 10% admin fee) for cancellations made more than 28 days before the start date. For any other cancellations there will be no refunds or transfers unless your place can be filled from a waiting list, in which case we will refund the fee (less a 20% admin fee). If a course or workshop is cancelled you will be offered either a cash refund or the option of being transferred to an alternative event. Once you have committed to a course or workshop, we recommend that you attend the scheduled number of sessions to get the most out of the programme.
The Yoga Bank 2020 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
Based around themes, our workshops are for those who want to advance their practice. Lasting from two to five hours, the themes range from practical subjects such as science and anatomy to the more esoteric practices such as meditation and relaxation, mantra, and pranayama. Yoga is such a vast subject (it is 5000 years old, after all!), there is always something new to learn, regardless of how many years you have been practising.
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Using Anatomy to Refine & Empower Your Practice & Teaching with Dr Yogi Saturday 10 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or yoga practitioners with at least a one year consistent practice. The day will run from 10.30am- 1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. Teaching yoga can often be just as challenging as it is rewarding. With busy classes, high turnover and lots of students who are new to yoga coming to class it can be easy for yoga teachers to feel isolated and overwhelmed, often not knowing where to turn to for support with the many questions we have. This daylong workshop offers a space to ask the questions that you never seem to get the opportunity to ask. We’ll cover a variety of different topics with the aim of deepening your own yoga practice and refining and empowering your teaching so that it is inclusive and informed by the most up to date research on movement. With a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and asana practice we will explore many areas: Dispelling yoga myths and becoming clear about the meaning behind what we say in class by looking at some of the latest scientific research on biomechanics and health Using anatomical knowledge to refine the language that we use as teachers Making yoga inclusive by focusing on accurate cueing instead of precise cueing Discussing hot topics such as locking joints, squaring the hips in twists, Shoulder Impingement and the use of the Glutes in backbends Exploring what limits us in certain asana, what are the stretch reflexes and how to apply a knowledge of fascia to the asana practice Exploring the principals of flexibility verses mobility Discussing why muscles tighten and the best way to approach this. The workshop will include dedicated practices so ensure that the topics that are explored are integrated This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members. After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 15 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London and internationally. He is featured in the new book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit www.doctor-yogi.com £90.00
Supporting Injured Students with Dr Yogi Sunday 11 October 2020, 10:30-17:30 For teachers + teacher trainees, As a teacher it can often be challenging to know exactly how to support students who come to your yoga class with an injury. This workshop aims to give you the knowledge and confidence you need to be able to approach, support and empower students with common injuries. In this six hour workshop we will: discuss the most common injuries and medical conditions that students present to class with look at basic guidelines for the best way to approach a student who has an injury review the anatomy of the parts of the body that are most commonly injured address how specific asana can be modified or supported with props depending on certain injuries discuss simple techniques for helping students to strengthen and stabilise injured areas of their body This workshop counts towards CPD requirements for Yoga Alliance members (6 contact hours). There will be a mixture of discussion, lecture, group work and practical demonstration. The day will run from 10.30am- 1.30pm and 2.30pm-5.30pm. "I attended this workshop and thought it was one of the most useful, information-packed events I have been on." Sian O, Yoga Teacher After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher, massage therapist and anatomy teacher. Andrew has been practising yoga and meditation for over 13 years and teaching strong, grounding and inclusive classes since 2009. Andrew combines all of his skills to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across the UK and internationally. He is featured in the popular book Yoga Teaching Handbook: A Practical Guide for Yoga Teachers and Trainees. His teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier, Kristin Campbell and Anna Ashby. For more information visit: www.doctor- yogi.com
Autumn Equinox with Ali & Yvonne Sunday 27 September 2020 14.00-17.30 The Autumn Equinox is the point at which the days and nights are equal. After this point, nights get longer and days get shorter as we move toward winter. The falling leaves and longer nights remind us that in order to evolve and grow, we must first let go of what no longer serves us. Join us for a grounding, nurturing afternoon to help you transition with ease into Autumn, celebrating our own harvests and letting go of anything that no longer serves us. Enjoy a delicious yin practice targeting the meridians of the lungs and large intestine that govern the Season of Autumn, a grounding hatha flow, a ‘letting go’ meditation around a beautiful mandala we build together and finishing with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. £25.00