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Embodying Gentleness- 5 week yoga course with Terezka Drabkova March 9th – 13th april
March 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm£90.00
This 5 week course will take you on a journey of listening to the process of your own body, finding the anchors within, connecting your physical and inner reality.
Saturday, 9th March- 13th April 2019, 10.30-12.30, Barefoot Sanctuary, North Berwick
Allowing yourself to experience and hold the new space of “sukham”,’ space of good vibration’ in which we create and respond with our more- authentic self.
This course will be focused on embodying yogic principles and somatic practise to allow deeper, inner connection to our energy and dormant ideas, bringing more joy and light into everyday life. Form of wholesome conditioning, that explores power of gentleness.
This five-week course will take us on a journey of connection and listening, to our inner bodies, allowing one to merge the physical body with those inner layers of flowing energy, thoughts and feelings.
Starting from the base of the spine, each week we will focus on one of the chakras, improving the flow of energy through breath work, asana practice and some gentle somatic exercise, some of the workshops will be sealed by yoga nidra, bringing the body to full relaxation allowing the new perception of the body to sink in.
Some Yoga practice would be of advantage, but not necessary. We will focus on how we listen and respond to the body and its limits, reframing them as directions and anchors in movement and being.
2hr taster session will be held the morning on the 23rd Feb, 10.30-12.30
To book or any further info, please contact Terezka at firstname.lastname@example.org
Taster £20 ( concession £15), Whole Course £90( concession £80)
Growing up in the Czech Republic and later moving to the United Kingdom to study and work in art and design related practices, Terezka has always had a fascination with the ‘eastern way of living and being’. Finding the initial connection through yoga practice, which now extends over 8 years, she committed to further study of yoga and meditation in India and Nepal, and recently Indonesia, finding her own way of integrating yoga in a modern, busy life, with the intention to improve the way we observe and focus, the way we listen, move and respond to ourselves and our environment. She views yoga as a form of self-care, an inner structure from which one can grow and expand. Her practice and teaching are subject to constant development, a study in progress and continuous journey fuelled by her previous personal struggles as well as achievements.
Terezka approaches her practice with a humble and curious attitude, guiding all participants to connect with their practice, themselves, encouraging individuals to turn self-knowledge into creativity, clarity and to feel content within their own being.
Her personal practice draws on previous experiences with classical Hatha, Ashtanga and Iyengar Yoga, merging gently into a somatic approach, in which we learn to listen to ourselves through our body.
Accepting to work with whatever we have at given moment, gradually building up strength, resilience and flexibility that imprints into our character and personality, responses and connectivity.