Saturday afternoon is the perfect time to enjoy some yoga therapy through embodied mindfulness, restorative yoga, and yoga nidra. If you are thinking about joining our short courses & trainings, the first 30 minutes will be a time to learn more about what yoga therapy is, who can benefit and our courses & retreats. Get a taste of things to come...and Module 1
Yoga Therapy is growing in reputation as a scientifically proven and effective method for healing and wellbeing. If you are interested in yoga therapy for yourself or to consider training as a yoga therapist, this afternoon invites you to experience embodied mindfulness practices, learn more about our courses and ends with a restorative yoga practice.
If you are interested in yoga therapy for yourself or to consider training as a yoga therapist, this afternoon invites you to experience embodied mindfulness practices to tune into the body, and learn about
- What yoga therapy means
- How it works
- Who can benefit
- The Yoga United Essentials course and professional training
- Information about courses we offer at Yoga United Education
- Who can train to be a yoga therapist
There is a restorative yoga practice to allow you space to integrate the afternoon.
Date: 13 April - 2-5pm
At: The Arc Centre, 98b St Paul St, London N1 7DF (nearest stations: Highbury/Islington, Angel, Essex Road (free parking after 1.30pm)
£25 - refundable when you join Module 1
MODULE 1 DATES 2019
SUMMER MODULE 18 &19 May | 8 & 9 June | 22 & 23 June | 6 & 7 July
AUTUMN MODULE - 31 Oct, 1, 2 ;3 Nov | 28, 29, 30 Nov & 1 Dec (TBC)
You may choose to take this course as a stand alone option to create an immediate impact on the therapy services you currently provide, or as the required 1st module to our 550 hour therapy training. This Module is an approved BWY module and you will gain a BWY certificate of completion.
For more information
Contact Judy Hirsh Sampath | T: 07956 375607 E: email@example.com
We will enquire into the following questions so before you sign up, you may want to reflect on:
- What does yoga mean to me?
- How has yoga changed my life?
- What is my intention for joining the course?
- Who am I?
Judy Hirsh Sampath is a Certified Yoga Therapist, International Association of Yoga Therapy