This workshop will begin with a brief introduction to Yin yoga and the Anatomy of Asana. We will look at the main joints of the upper body and learn how the variations in these joints effect our asana practice. It will be followed by an immersive Yin yoga practice, applying variations and modifications to find the target area of the pose.
Yin Upper Body Workshop
18th Oct 2020
Wild Nest, Petersfield
100 hr Mandala Vinyasa & Shamanism
22nd March - 1st April 2019.
A Mandala Vinyasa journey through the wisdom of the Elements & Shamanism.
The course has evolved through creating a connection between each Element and its corresponding Chakra. The intention is to bring healing to our first four energy centers, which represents the surrendering of the ego identity to “a being of trust”. These four chakras relate to the corresponding 4 elements of Shamanism according to Mexica Tradition. The elements and prana points will be accessed through a Mandala Vinyasa Flow, each based on the 4 main group of muscles of the leg. This ceremonial work will also be reinforced with Mantra, Indigenas Dancing & sealed with Sweat Lodges/Temazcales.
South West France
9th - 14th Jan 2020
An opportunity to delve deeper into your yoga practice and explore the roots of this ancient practice. In this retreat, we will use the quiet practices of Meditation and Yin Yoga as well as exploring the foundations of Ashtanga Vinyasa through a modified Primary series. Looking at how our different bodies create a yoga pracitice that is unique to each and every one of us. We will use techniques from Buddhist Vipassana to bring focus to our meditation practice.
The Yoga People Online
Rocket & Patterns
11th - 15th May 2020
TYP are proud to offer Pattern work with the Rocket Practice on this Course.
The modality of Patterns is vey much in line with the famous Yoga Sutra 1.2 of Patanjali, “Yoga Chitta Vritti Nirodha”, whereby the yoga practice is described as the process of looking at a patterns of conditioning and works to bring it into context and understanding and ultimately its liberation (Moksha).