When we talk about ‘Yoga Therapy’ in general we are moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach and focusing on a more individually tailored approach for each student. We are interested in how our Yoga practice can both stimulate, and help us maintain, an optimum state of physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.
From a psychological standpoint, ‘therapy’ is defined as the possibility of accessing self-knowledge that will enable us to change that which we consider dysfunctional. With this in mind, Yoga therapy offers us a context in which we can bring greater balance to both body and mind, through an experiential understanding of the primary intention of Yoga: awakening of Spirit, our essential nature.
In this workshop - the second of the series - I will focus more on postures for the upper body and their corresponding meridian lines and therapeutic significance. We will use it as an opportunity to tap into the powerfully transformative space that this practice provides.
It is not necessary to have attended Workshop 1 to book in.
All are welcome. No previous yoga experience is necessary.
Towels, refreshments and changing facilities available.