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Online 3-Week Morning Challenge: 
‘Yoga essentials – explore the fundamental elements of yoga‘ with 

Apr 20-May 08, 2020
Mo-Fr 08.30-10.00
Online Challenge
140 €

On Friday May 01, normal practice from 8.30-10.00.

Please register here.

Please note that this 3-Week Morning Challenge will take place online. You will get the login information some days before the start.

This 3-week morning intensive course explores the essential elements of yoga in depth. It is open to everyone – whether you’re just starting, or you’ve practiced for a while and are ready to give your practice a greater depth of meaning and understanding. The classes will include a full and well-rounded program of physical practice, theory, philosophy and meditation.

Week 1
We will explore the ‘bigger picture’ of yoga – the fundamental underlying philosophy, an overview of the historical background, and an explanation of key concepts such as ‘seeing through the filter’ (avidya) and the purpose and practice of meditation.

Weeks 2 and 3
We continue to explore the major physical postures, moving towards creating a tailor-made personal home practice with support and guidance, and finally we delve beyond the physical ‘layer’ to explore the body’s energetics – nadischakras–  and how they relate to our psychology, emotions and daily life.

Find more information here.

Online 10-Week Course: Embodied Yoga Anatomy with Amanda

Apr 22-Jun 24, 2020
Wed 19.30–21.00
Online Course
100 €  

Please register here.

Please note that this 10-Week Course will take place online. You will get the login information some days before the start.

In this course we will explore basic notions of anatomy applied to the yoga practice, looking mainly at the skeletal, muscular and nervous system. The theoretical elements will be presented in an accessible, embodied and relevant way. No previous experience necessary!

The first part of the course will be dedicated to building a theoretical understanding of the anatomy of movement by looking at terminology, body systems, joints and structural limitations, basic notions of biomechanics, muscle structure and performativity, mechanoreceptors and reflexes. We will look at the nervous system, the role it plays in movement and how the practice affects it.

The second part of the course will be dedicated to specific areas of the body, using anatomy as a tool to support body awareness and make our practice personalised and safe.

Find more information here.