Workshops – London

March 2014

Yoga Therapy: Practical Philosophy of Healing

21 – 23 March – London
With Marc Beuvain and Anna Blackmore

Join us for three days of exploration of yogic philosophy and practice of healing, through discussion and practice. To learn more…

April 2014

The Five Kramas: Adapting Yoga to the Individual – Part 1
26-27 April 2014 – London
With Marc Beuvain

This workshop is designed to allow you to rediscover the diversity of yoga through the five different kramas, or the different approaches to adopt depending on each practitioner’s individual needs.

Emotional and spiritual health is at the heart of yoga practice and teaching, and Marc weaves these notions into each of the five approaches as a central theme to the workshops. To learn more…

June 2014

London Festival 2014
Saturday 28th June
Session 2: 11.30 – 1.00 pm
The Yoga of Relationships
The first yama is non-violence. During this workshop we will be exploring the underlying causes of the violence in our relationships to others and with ourselves. Patanjali provides a clear explanation of the subtler mechanisms of these relationships, and this understanding allows us to finally move towards authentic heart to heart to relationships. We will also be looking at the role of emotions in relationships and what it really means to be yourself with others.

Saturday 28th June
Plenary: 2.15 – 3.00 pm

Sunday 29th June
Session 2: 11.30 – 1.00 pm
Relating to the Outside World
The second yama is about truth. During this workshop we will be exploring the three different ways of relating to reality presented by Patanjali. We will be looking at how our state of emotional and mental health affects our perception, behaviour and personality, influencing our capacity to access and express truth, and hence our capacity to engage in healthy relationships with the outside world.

Learn more about the festival….

October 2014

The Five Kramas: Adapting Yoga to the Individual – Part 2
4-5 October 2014 – London
With Marc Beuvain

This workshop is designed to allow you to rediscover the diversity of yoga through the five different kramas, or the different approaches to adopt depending on each practitioner’s individual needs.

Emotional and spiritual health is at the heart of yoga practice and teaching, and Marc weaves these notions into each of the five approaches as a central theme to the workshops. To learn more…