Workshops & Events – Page 2

Yoga 10 Week Course: Burning Zeal, Self-Study & Surrender

Yoga 10 Week Course with Patrick Glennan
Tapas – Burning Zeal, Svadhyaya – Self-Study and Ishvara Pranidhana – Surrender: the balancing act of yoga.
Friday 6.30-8.00am March 17 – May 26

In the Yoga Sutras (II.I), Patanjali lists these three principles – tapas, svadhyaya and ishvara pranidhana – as the acts of yoga, and they form a complete approach in and of themselves. In this ten week

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Trauma Sensitive Yoga Workshop for Yoga Teachers March 17-19

The official TCTSY workshop from the Trauma Center at JRI & David Emerson, facilitated by Trauma Center at JRI TCTSY Faculty – Read more

Bookings essential
Book HERE for the TCTSY 20hr Foundational Workshop
For any queries, please contact the event organiser,
Kristen Pringle 0412 647 041

Meditation 5 Week Course begins Wed 14 Feb

Learn the art and techniques of the ancient practice of meditation, which has great value in our contemporary lives. We will explore simple yet profound methods for connecting with the insight of a still and spacious presence within. Practices include body awareness, breath awareness, sitting and walking meditation and restful restorative postures.
Suitable for beginners and those who want to refresh their meditation practice.
Many evidence-based studies have shown

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Yoga Moments: Arms like wings


Can we lengthen our arms with support from the shoulders? Experiment: stand firstly with arms overstretched wide and pushed back a little so the shoulder blades squeeze closer to each other with stiff fingers, pressed together. Secondly flop the hands, collapsing. Now find a position of effortless effort for the arms: lengthen from the shoulder blades out to the fingers, let the arms curve forward slightly following the natural position

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Sacred Sound Introduction: 5 August

harmonium This one day immersion into sound is an inspiring exploration of mantra and sound practices to deepen and inspire your practice. Students and teachers of yoga and meditation are welcome.
We will explore mantra and chanting as a way to deepen our breath, focus our minds and open our hearts. The use of sound can release and transform emotional and mental holding to create space for a deeper beingness

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Group mentoring for Yoga Teachers

What is mentoring?
Mentoring offers deep listening, meaningful conversation and experienced guidance, to help the mentoree reach their full potential in their role as a yoga teacher. Mentoring is an important part of the professional development of a yoga teacher. Mentoring nourishes the mentoree’s deepest path in yoga, in teaching and in life.
Specifically, a mentor assists the mentoree to:
– Further extend their skills and abilities as a yoga teacher
– Further develop their self-practice, the

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Yoga Self-Practice, with coaching

Would you like to learn a yoga sequence that is designed specifically for you?
Would you enjoy practising yoga at your own pace, with the support of others around you, also doing their own practice?
Would you like to be guided by your own questions, your own inquiry, and make yoga your own?
Would you love to find your own home practice but finding it hard to

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One Heart opens Sunday January 22 2017 – and will be closed Thursday Jan 26 – 29

One Heart opens on Sunday January 22 2017. Due to the Australia Day weekend, One Heart will be closed from Thursday January 26 – Sunday 29 and will re-open Monday January 30.

I have you have had a wonderful New Year and look forward to seeing you all in 2017.

Star Weaving Afternoons: Sunday Nov 27 & Saturday Dec 3 2.00-5.00pm

by Anahata Giri & Jo Kennedy
Anahata Giri:
The Goal: To weave one million paper stars to be displayed at the Commonwealth Games in 2018 as an expression of light, hope and commitment to end all forms of violence.
The goal of One Heart is to weave – and facilitate others to weave – 10,000 stars for this project.
But how does weaving stars stop violence?

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Somatic Saturdays: 5 Week Course exploring Pain Free Movement with guest teacher Rick Harvest

DSC_6515 Somatics, in the tradition of Thomas Hanna, is a safe, gentle and effective way to release chronic pain and tension. Hanna Somatics is a process of education through movement, helping the brain and nervous system to relax and move muscles effectively. Through awareness of gentle, pain-free movements we will re-acquaint ourselves with muscles of the body that, when held unconsciously, (something we all do) contribute to chronic pain patterns. We

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