Slow Flow Vinyasa Yoga-Teaching with Awareness with Hilary Brown
Learning to slow down is simple, but not easy.
Slow Flow Vinyasa integrates deep conscious non-ambitious breathing, mindful yoga moves, integration of strong muscular based hatha yoga practice with qualities of releasing, pauses, day dreaming, attending to what is. Explore a rich tool box of skills, sequencing approaches and subtle practices that you can integrate in your own practice and teaching.
It is a creative approach to hatha yoga, were you guide people into the experience of their bodies, sensations, heat, strength, and release.
Slow Flow Vinyasa is:
The intention is to guide and help people move and breath deeper than they have ever experienced. In this way – as a teacher you must explore how teach principles of pushing and allowing or receptivity, the masculine and feminine of practice, and how help your students stay deep inside their practice so they have the space to explore deeper than before.
Slow Flow Vinyasa is not:
A slowed down traditional vinyasa class.
An easy flow class (many people find it very challenging)
Doing whatever in a slow way.
A restorative or yin class after some flow
Things we will explore:
Integration of Somatic Moves
Mindfulness – how to lead it for real
Integration of life philosophy, asking questions, being yourself
Breathing explorations, Vayus, Power of pausing and many more
Alternative sequencing concepts for slowing down
Teaching alignment lightly
The feminine field, sensual aspects of practice
and a whole lot of intuition…
“As you do anything, is how you do everything”.
“Unless we learn to do one thing differently – consciously and with awareness, the chance to do anything differently is small. That is why I developed Slow Flow Vinyasa as a way to bring the qualities of awareness, the practice of flow, the experience of riding the natural waves of life, alive inside a yoga practice.”
This course is for for teachers who like to understand more clearly how to bring people into a state of bliss through yoga in a slow and juicy way. Intermediate yogis interested in deepening their practice are also welcome.
Dates & Times Wednesday-Friday 27-29 March 2019 | 11.00 – 17.00
Location St. Janshovenstraat 1
Price €199 Early Bird (if paid before 15 February) | €240
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