Join me at triyoga in Ealing for a yoga workshop on how to Develop Your Yoga Practice
Would you like to develop your own yoga practice, but feel unsure of where, or how, to start?
If you need some inspiration or guidance to help build your confidence, then join us on this workshop to discover how easy it is to start, or renew, your own yoga practice.
Practicing yoga alone is an important step on the path towards owning your yoga. It begins the process of self discovery, potentially revealing old unhelpful habits, and developing new nourishing ones, thereby bringing joy and freedom into your life.
This afternoon we’ll spend time exploring simple ways to help you discover what you need, and then develop intelligent approaches towards incorporating those needs into your yoga practice.
If you’ve decided that now is the right time to strike out and start practicing yoga alone, then join us for this workshop to:
∗ Develop your own nourishing and inspiring yoga practice
∗ Create more space and time in your life
∗ Liberate yourself from old patterns of movement and behaviour
∗ Learn to trust yourself and develop your inner teacher
Everyone will be provided with a worksheet to help continue developing the themes explored during the workshop.
Scaravelli inspired yoga is a stress-free yoga that benefits everyone. Classes are suitable for all ages and all levels, from beginners to those with many years of experience. Regardless of your level of fitness, you will discover a longer, stronger and more flexible spine, a calmer mind, and begin to enjoy increased energy and ease of movement.
It uses the breath and gravity to allow the spine to unfold like a wave, allowing the uninhibited opening and energising of the whole body. As Vanda explains in the opening page of her book “Awakening the Spine”:
“There is a division in the centre of our back, where the spine moves simultaneously in two opposite directions: from the waist down towards the legs and the feet, which are pulled by gravity, and from the waist upwards, through the top of the head, lifting us up freely”.
Vanda’s teachings are miraculously simple. She encouraged her students to do less, feel more. To unwind, release unnecessary tension, and begin to simply be. “You must only undo. The more you undo, the more you are and the more things come to you. Don’t try to become; you are.”