Jasmine Trust Yoga Events
Events

Looking for something interesting? See what we have on offer. Please note that booking is essential for all events.

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Friday 17 April 202018.15 - 20.15 Play, Pause and Possibilities! with Julie Robinson

Life can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster which never stops. Without mindful attention we can find ourselves stuck in grooves which don't always serve us. Movement, behaviour and thought patterns can become routine and ingrained. Any time is a good time to shake things up  a little ….to play and have fun with yoga and movement.

Join Julie for this Friday evening session to explore moving in unusual ways and revelling in possibilities. Then take a pause to consider what is really important to you and what you might want to discard.

All are welcome to come along and play.

Tuesday 23 June 202010.00 - 16.00 Empowering the Ageing Body with Monica Voss

As the population ages, teachers must inform themselves about natural changes in the body as well as common conditions such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Changes in outlook also occur in older students as they contemplate their lives and goals.
Using postures, breathing, relaxation and discussion, we will explore these and other issues of ageing and create intelligent and supportive options in order to instruct older students holistically with energy, knowledge and empathy.

Open to teachers and interested students alike - all are welcome.

Sept - November 2020TBC BWY Ayurveda Module with Tarik Dervish and Cathy Mae Karelse

Jasmine Trust is pleased to host this exciting 6-day programme, offered by Tarik Dervish and Cathy Mae Karelse.

This training in the basic principles of Ayurveda is particularly useful for experienced yoga students, those who are already teaching yoga, or those who plan to become yoga teachers in the future,and will run over three weekends from September to November 2020.

Dates in 2020:

Sept 5th and 6th, Oct 3rd and 4th, Nov 14th and 15th

By the end of the training, you will have:

  1. Studied the 5 element theory of Samkhya philosophy
  2. Examined the three Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha
  3. Explored the 20 Gunas or Qualities of Ayurveda
  4. Learned about the Ayurvedic Daily and Seasonal routines
  5. Considered basic Ayurvedic anatomy and physiology
  6. Surveyed the world of Marma (Sensitive zones)
  7. Investigated some key foods and herbs that can be used to enhance general health.

Cost: Early bird £540 by June 30th 2020.

          £600 thereafter (plus £60 BWY registration fee)

For more information, please email Tarik and Cathy at [email protected]

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October 202010.00-4.00 / 9.00 - 2.00 Sensation and Consciousness with John Stirk

An Original Body Workshop with John Stirk

We study the body but cannot help but be students of the mind. As we work with the finer elements of sensation, the mind is ever present rarely if ever switching itself off. How can we engage this continuum of activity to enhance insight and understanding? The body houses consciousness, minds and selves and may be approached accordingly.  Each sensory nuance and realization has a psychological and emotional counterpart. The unitive experience provides the essence of yoga. We cannot divide the indivisible. This practical workshop will include discussion on the physiological, psychological and emotional insight that arises as we work together. 

We will use the following as an open guide;

  • The Group field - the Physiology and Psychology of groups

  • An approach most suited for addressing the conditioned ego

  • Consciousness in Western Terms - Dynamic Consciousness

  • Sensation and Heightened Consciousness - The Skin - The presence of the Heart

  • The Nature of Attention

  • Emotion insight and Wisdom

  • Process, what comes up in group work?

  • Dividing the Indivisible

  • Materiality and Non-materiality and the nature of experience 

  • The Body as the Mind

Timings will be Saturday 10.00am - 4.30pm, Sunday 9.30am - 3.30pm

John Stirk is one of the UK’s leading Yoga teachers. With a background in Osteopathy, his influences include R.D.Laing, J Krishnamurti and Hatha Yoga. He has followed with interest, the innovative  approaches to body mind work coming out of the USA and Northern Europe for almost a century. His predominant inspiration arises from an experiential enquiry into the nature of consciousness in relation to physical sensation. John teaches and runs courses for teachers in the UK and internationally and has authored several books, notably’ The Original Body’

 

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