Foundation of Flight
Starting from Oct 17th Wed, for 4 weeks (17th, 24th, 31st and Nov 7th) at 7pm at EN. YOGA.
Work from the ground up to develop a solid foundation from which to take flight.Learn the physical techniques and internal control needed for inversions and hand balances.
Join Tim for this series of workshops to start or progress your journey, exploring everything you need to know to find balance on your hands and release self imposed limitations.
You will build strength, gain control, discover alignment and overcome fear on the journey to get upside down.
Create the foundations for a solid base of balance on two hands and get ready to play.
$120 for all 4 x 1.5 hr workshops. Drop in tickets for $38 is also available.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga & Mindfulness with Jen Stuart
Saturday November 3 4-6pm
This workshop is made up of a small group. Jen has been hosting this workshop in Perth and along the South West.
We explore tools and techniques to regulate your nervous system, explore a gentle trauma sensitive yoga practice, and be empowered in our experience.
No experience necessary, all props and mats provided. An opportunity to be empowered as you step into true self healing and care.
What you can experience
Mindful reactions when stimuli comes up and therefore calmer, in balance
Ability to deepen understanding of why you may feel a certain way, getting to know trauma to change your relationship with the trauma(s)
Less overwhelm & stress
Better sleep quality
Increased mobility in the physical body, resulting in flexibility and confidence
By submerging in this programme, you will create more spare time for yourself to do what you love / find out what it is you love
Get to know yourself and how to care for yourself properly
Tools for an ongoing meditation practice
Understand what sensations in your body are telling you and learning to listen from your internal awareness
Know how to move from discomfort to comfort
Able to stabilise emotions and irrational behaviour
Be safe in your body
Who is this for?
Trauma sensitive yoga is designed for complex trauma but not exclusive. (There are no physical limitations to taking part in this workshop).
Hugely beneficial for people suffering:
Feel free to reach out prior to ask any questions you may have. Please note this workshop can be explored in a chair, there are no physical limitations to the workshop. Just let Jen know prior.
How does it work?
Trauma & stress are defensive reactions (where we fight, flight or freeze). This response is still being activated (or rather, re-activated) even though the actual experience is over. To physiologically ‘let go’, we must touch in again.
Bringing your physical reality and your neurological reality in sync
Empowerment and ability to make new connections
Understanding of Self and self worth
Interoception – perceive feelings from inside our body
Cultivating present moment experience
Jen comes from a background of personal trauma, and this has led her to specialise in yoga for trauma. Integration of trauma, reconnection to the self and embodiment are trickled throughout my classes, practice & life.
She works intuitively to the individual/group each time. Hosting workshops and programmes (both 4&8 weeks) in person and online.
Jen is a speaker for Yoga Australia and runs mentoring programmes for yoga teachers. Based in Margaret River.
December 5 Wed 7:00pm-8:15pm
Have you ever heard of Yoga Nidra?
It’s also known as yogic sleep, where you are guided through a state of consciousness between awake and asleep, where you’ll be invited to rest and restore deeply. There will be no flow.
This deeply meditative and nurturing practice is a great way to slow down before the December madness starts, and to give yourself the time to rest, restore and rejuvenate, so you can enjoy the festive season with renewed energy. It is believed that 1 hour of Yoga Nidra equates to few hours of sleep.
Give yourself a gift of Yoga Nidra.
Special Christmas price $20 per ticket. Tickets are limited.
*10% off tickets if you are an EN. YOGA unlimited member.
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