A breath centred mindful yoga practice where the essence of asana is the spirit of inquiry
Of all the factors that we can control, our mind, is perhaps the most important tool determining how we experience the course of our life. By embracing the balance of movement, breath, and attention, we have the potential to achieve greater self-awareness and well-being.
A Yoga EMBODY WISDOM class is for you if;
you prefer a slow mindful subtle approach
you prefer a trauma-aware inclusive yoga
you value the therapeutic benefits of a breath-centered practice
you like to explore your edge with mindful awareness
you like a set seasonal program with weekly challenges
you are interested in yoga philosophy and developing a personal practice
you are confident in self-regulating and individualizing your practice
This class is suitable for beginners that are active and well, and more advanced students
who prefer a more subtle trans-formative practice.
It is a natural progression from the Yoga for RESILIENCE Class, for those ready to
widen their experience including both Yin and Yang elements.
It could be said that wisdom is a state of including
more of the world in the way we live.
I have found the mindful approach has helped me enormously with the transition back to permanent work. It has helped me to 'let go' of stressing the small stuff; helped me to let the children have more independence; even reminded me to drive mindfully in traffic instead of thinking about the million other things in my head.
So thanks again for giving me the mentoring and space to explore such a rewarding practice. Tracey
Mindfulness (when I remember to do it) means I don't react as fast or fly off the handle as easily.
Also it helps me to think first before acting and put myself in others shoes as I have time to reflect first. This is different to other yoga practices as the focus has primarily been on breathing and movement - all good, but it's been good to add that third component in. Kim