Embodied Yoga Principles is a simple and innovative approach to postural Yoga drawing from many embodied/somatic practices to emphasise psychological self-awareness, deep personal insight and to develop skill transference off of the Yoga mat. The ultimate aim being a better awareness of how you ARE in relation to yourself, those around you and the world at large.
This session will incorporate a 45 minute slow, accessible vinyasa flow followed by time working with achetypal postures, discussion with partners & in small groups and space to explore how these principles could be taken away and worked with.
While the session will be completely accessible regardless of physical ability, it may be quite deep. So if you are going through any emotional or psychological it may not be for you right now.
Come open and prepared to laugh, cry and rage, to see and potentially change some long held patterns for the better.
Tom Holmes is a Yoga & Qigong teacher based in South London drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience within many embodied and spiritual practices to provide people with tools to live a more vibrant life.
Tom is currently training in the EYP methodology so this session will be offered on a donation basis, with all proceeds going to Thrive. Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable.
For more information on embodied yoga principles please visit https://www.embodiedyogaprinciples.com
Donation Based Class - Chosen charity is Thrive
Book online here to reserve your space and donate in studio on the day (minimum £5)