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|27 April 2019||9.30 - 15.00||Emergency First Aid at Work with Ian Dixon ONLY 3 SPACES LEFT!
Ian Dixon joins us again offering the 6 hour Emergency First Aid at Work training which also covers first aid for children and babies.
The following will be covered:
The training will be suitable for teachers and trainee teachers
Booking is essential. Please bring your own lunch.
|18 May 2019 - 1 Sept 2019||10.00 - 16.00||Humanistic Course with Peter Blackaby FULLY BOOKED - WAITING LIST HELD
An intensive 4 weekend course with Peter Blackaby. Fully booked . Please email to be added to waiting list
18/19 May - Yoga is not Exercise/ Theories of Movement
22/23 June - Restoring Normal Function/ Bottom up and top down processing mapping the body
13/14 July - Yoga and the Mereological fallacy / What's so special about breathing?
31 August and 1 September - Pain theory in yoga / Secularism, belief, religion, spirituality and God..a discussion
For further details on the themes Pete will be covering please email us - [email protected]
Booking is currently open for the whole 4 weekend course and individual weekend booking is unavailable.
A deposit of £100 will secure your place with the balance due 6 weeks before course commencement. To pay a deposit only please use the single day booking option which will take a £100 payment.
To pay your balance please contact us for bank details or card payment options.
|4 June 2019 - first term will run for 4 weeks||14.30 - 15.45||Therapeutic Yoga for Stress with Julie Robinson
Join Julie for this new addition to our timetable starting on Tuesday 4 June.
The stress of 21st century living can take its toll on us. If we don't have effective ways to manage our stress, many of the systems of the body will eventually become depleted. Long term stress left unattended will eventually lead on to such conditions as anxiety and depression, digestive issues, chronic fatigue, insomnia and many more.
The World Health Organisation predicts that by 2020, stress related health issues will be the 2nd biggest cause of early death.
Thankfully, we can take steps towards our own self care with a tailored yoga practice.
Yoga is a hugely versatile practice which can..
So then... we can begin to breathe more freely, move with greater ease, settle the over active mind, think with greater clarity, rest and relax more fully and generally ... feel better!
What to expect:
Mindful yoga which is therapeutic in nature, both gentle and a little stronger as appropriate,
Relaxation and yoga nidra.
If you have questions please get in touch.
Cost: £32 for the 4 week term (please choose weekend option)
|7 June 2019||18.15 - 20.15||Living in Yin with Julie Robinson
21st century living is becoming increasingly yang in nature. We are pulled in many directions to meet multiple demands and often barely take the time to breathe. Life can be exhausting.
Act now to begin restoring your balance by adding some 'living in yin' time to your daily routine.
Join Julie to reflect on simple possibilities.....Slow down, stretch, soften into shapes, relax, breathe and 'go in' with this evening of quietening yin and restorative practice and yoga nidra.
|26 June 2019||10.00 - 16.00||7 Directions Yoga with Monica Voss
7 Directions Yoga
Let's experiment with movement and breath in all seven directions: up, down, side to side, round and round, outwards and in. Join Monica for this workshop day to practice body and breath awareness exercises, postures, pranayama and relaxation standing, sitting and lying down.
Join us for a day of fruitful, enriching, positive exploration!
10.00am - 4.00 pm
Please bring lunch. Drinks provided.
MONICA VOSS has been studying yoga for over 40 years and teaching since 1980. She co-owns and directs Esther Myers Yoga Studio in Toronto, Canada. Having learned from Esther Myers, Vanda Scaravelli and Mary Stewart, she leads workshops, retreats and teacher training worldwide. Monica has been offering annual summer yoga days in the UK since 1989.
|5 - 9 August 2019||9.30 - 15.00||Summer Week - The Nature of Breath and Breathing with Carolyn Clarke
What a great way to spend a few days - exploring body and mind in relationship to breath and breathing.
Practice will explore ways to utilise attention to the movement and spaces in breathing and how this interprets into mood and influence on our energy levels.
We have the ability to ‘observe’ breathing as well as practice breathing – both of which are staple parts of most yoga classes.
We will discover – or rediscover – the function of breathing and why the yogis feel it is such an important tool in bringing mind control.
Physical practice will offer lots of choices – staged approach teaching will give enhanced working within personal parameters – with lots of challenges along the way!
Attention to the depth of breathing will lead from simple breath attention to complex pranayama techniques. The respiratory system will definitely benefit from a week of focus.
Mudra, Bandha, Relaxation and Meditation will generate more depth and show their influence on our resting state.
Ancient rooted philosophy underpins how we can integrate what we experience throughout this week into our everyday life.
Prepare to be breathed!
Full week fees - £160 non residential or £280 residential
Deposit to secure your place - £80 non residential or £130 residential with balance due by 30 June
Single day fees - £35 non residential / £70 residential inc dinner - Full payment on booking
Please note that we can only accept bookings for a non residential single day or full week booking via the website.
If you wish to book a residential day/s or full week, please email us for availability and payment options. We can accept card payments at certain times (when the centre is open and we have access to card machine) and also bank transfer, cash or cheque.
If booking online for a single day, please let us know which day!
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|Sept - November 2020||TBC||BWY Ayurveda Module with Tarik Dervish and Cathy Mae Karelse
Jasmine Trust is pleased to host this exciting 6-day programme, offered by Tarik Dervish and Cathy Mae Karelse.
This training in the basic principles of Ayurveda is particularly useful for experienced yoga students, those who are already teaching yoga, or those who plan to become yoga teachers in the future,and will run over three weekends from September to November 2020.
Dates in 2020:
Sept 5th and 6th, Oct 3rd and 4th, Nov 14th and 15th
By the end of the training, you will have:
Cost: Early bird £540 by June 30th 2020.
£600 thereafter (plus £60 BWY registration fee)
For more information, please email Tarik and Cathy at [email protected]