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Yoga and Mindfulness in the City

Description

This is a mindfulness course for absolute beginners who want to learn the basic techniques of yoga and meditation. You will learn foundation principles of Forrest Yoga, as well as mindfulness tools and techniques that you can take into your day-to-day life. These tools and techniques will help you manage on-going stress and tension through improved mind-body connection, self-awareness and self-healing.

** Please note that this is an event that runs on four consecutive Sundays in July for two hours from 1.30-3.30pm. The workshop fee covers the whole four sessions over four weeks. If you would like to attend a single class the cost is $75. Just message me with the date of the class you wish to attend so I can register you.

Syllabus

July 10th

Week 1: Introduction to Mindfulness

Yoga Class:

Different types of yoga

Understanding Forrest yoga principles

Basic poses, alignment & breath cues

Relaxing neck, releasing shoulder tension & telescoping ribs

Mindfulness Class:

What is mindfulness?

Practical preparation: posture, focus and environment

Mindful breathing

Basic meditation technique

July 17th

Week 2: Self-Healing

Yoga Class:

Hip-opening series

Is flexibility over-rated?

Learning to release hip flexors, quads and hamstrings

Sending breath to relieve emotional areas of tension

Mindfulness Class:

Fight, flight or freeze- getting to know your lizard brain

Understanding the Mind: Ego vs. Essence

Mind-Body connection

Mindful relaxation

June 24th

Week 3: Self-Awareness

Yoga Class:

Learning about active hands and feet

Conscious breathing and deliberate movements

Strengthening your core

Harnessing leg power and the balancing act

Mindfulness Class:

Deepening your meditation practice

Developing the Watcher

Sensory awareness: physical, mental and emotional

Mindfulness meditation

June 31st

Week 4: Loving Kindness

Yoga Class:

Opening your heart in your practice

Connect with your breath for deeper awareness

Healing back bends to strengthen lower back

Mindfulness Class:

Developing a heart-centred consciousness

Developing a daily practice

Sufi heart dance

DATES: Sundays July 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st 2016.

TIME: 1.30-3.30pm

VENUE: Yoga in Common, 326C King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208567

COST: $280 (Early Bird Fee $252 for full payment made by July 3rd 2016)

LIMITED to 10 places only on a first come first served basis.

For inquiries please email michelle@visionarypassages.com or mingli@exhale.com.sg.

Your Facilitators:

Ming Li is a certified Forrest Yoga teacher in Singapore and is drawn to the healing practice developed by Ana Forrest, incorporating yoga asanas, breath work, mindfulness and intuitive energy at a physical and emotional level. In her classes, Ming Li prefers to assume the role of a facilitator, sharing from a place of authenticity and providing a safe space to guide students through their practice. At the same time, she also challenges them to explore their edge while being at peace with the unknown. This tough love comes from a desire to empower students eventually to take charge of their healing, and have fun falling and picking themselves up. You can find out more about her at www.exhale.com.sg.

Michelle Ayn Tessensohn is a certified master coach, speaker, writer and facilitator whose meditation and mindfulness journey has spanned the last two decades since she left University to start her real education with two yogis, studying yoga, meditation and spiritual development. She worked as a natural health consultant and healer then certified as a master coach with Dr. Martha Beck. She now brings together 20 years of training and personal development, plenty of presence, heart and expertise in her work with clients. You can find out more about her at www.visionarypassages.com.

Event Timeline
Sun Jul 10, 2016
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM SGT
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Venue
Yoga in Common
Tickets
Full Fee (after July 3rd 2016) $280.00

On sale until Jul 9, 2016, 6:30:00 PM

Venue Address
326C King George's Avenue S (208567) Singapore
Organizer
Michelle Ayn Tessensohn
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