YOGA IN THE MODERN WORLD

 

YOGA IN A MODERN WORLD

Meaningful and practical application of ancient techniques for today’s busy lives and differing physical and emotional needs.

 

Yoga is evolving, we have very different bodies and lifestyles to those when the original yogic texts were written.

 

We tend to sit in chairs, move in a very two-dimensional way, and we have developed a number of bad postural habits, as well as mental afflictions which have left us with “steady bodies and active minds”, a stat of being “tired but wired”.

 

This workshop has been designed by yoga guru and wellness writer Gillie Sutherland (Flow Yoga Devon) to move you from “Steady Body, Active mind” to “Active Body, Steady Mind”.

 

Gillie has over 25 years experience in the field of wellbeing, and holds a BA (hons) degree in Human Movement Studies. She also spent a year in India studying Yoga and Ayurveda, so brings a unique blend of science and spirituality to her work.

 

You will learn techniques to bring the body and mind back into balance, using yoga asanas specifically designed for the modern body, pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation.

 

Although this is a practical workshop, it will also be educational, so you can gain a better understanding of how to apply these techniques into your everyday life.

 

 

Date: Saturday 2nd December 2017

 

Venue: Venue: Ocean Physio, Woodbury Business park, EX4 4QN

 

Cost: £25

 

To book visit www.bookeo.com/behappyfit and click on Special Events or for more information email Gilliesutherland@me.com

 

www.behappyfit.co.uk

 

www.facebook.com/flowyogadevon

 

07530 012 490

 

 

 

 

 

 

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