Taught by a cream-of-the-crop selection of visiting yoga teachers, our intensives draw serious yoga students and yoga teachers from all over the world. Intensives offer yoga students the opportunity to spend four or more days absorbed in learning about and experiencing yoga with a respected international yoga teacher.
September 2014, Cecil Sharp House, London
Experience a full-spectrum yoga practice intensive into the art of RasaVinyasa™- an approach to sequencing vinyasa yoga drawing from yogic arts, tantra, and ayurveda. Explore the theory and practice of three consummate rasas: Vira (strength, potency), Sringara (divine love and sensuality) and Shanti (living peace). Discover the power of alchemical yoga that is sequenced in harmony with the energetic state of the day to bring balance and “juice” to your practice, teaching and life.
October 2014, Yogacampus Training Centre, London
While it has been traditional to emphasise both alignment and action in yoga poses, as well as the importance of how to go into and come out of a pose, what has not received enough attention is the actual ‘firing order’ of the muscles themselves. What the body is meant to learn — or relearn — through yoga is the right sequencing of muscles needed to support itself safely through asana practice. Join Doug Keller for 5 days of exploration of how to re-set your own bodily GPS.
November 2014, Yogacampus Training Centre, London
This 5 day intensive brings to the UK for the first time the teachings of Tias' forthcoming book 'The Yoga of the Subtle Body' . The intensive explores the subtle body by addressing the intersection of emotional, physical and psychological content. Through dharma study, yoga postures, guided meditation, dream study, somatic awareness and Zen Motion, this is a transformational 5 days of practice and study, in which we will also investigate poems of awakening from the Taoist and Zen traditions.
November 2014, The Hellenic Centre, London
A rare opportunity - the first time that this training has been taught outside the United States. Through asana, pranayama, meditation, lecture and Q&A, explore the wisdom behind the five coverings of the soul and learn how to use them in our practice to lead to greater balance, wisdom and freedom.
February 2015, The Hellenic Centre and the Yogacampus Training Centre, London
A New Wave of Yoga is emerging, integrating traditional maps from hatha and tantra yoga with Buddhist teachings and new insights from evidence-based movement. Michael Stone is at the forefront of this New Wave: bringing his experience as an yoga teacher, Buddhist practitioner, and psychotherapist to play, exploring the anatomical, psychological and existential depths of practice. Michael is also the voice of a new generation of practitioners integrating social change and contemplative practice. Please join Michael for his first 5 day Yogacampus intensive to explore this exciting New Wave.
that our Uma-Dinsmore Tuli is hosting a weekend of workshops for women in West Yorkshire in September!
Tias is the most wonderful teacher. He creates a real sense of wonder and curiosity about the teaching and his passion and humour bring great energy to the experience.John McKeoghon Anatomy of the Subtle Body: Bandhas, March 2014
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