Stillness and Quiescence: A Weekend of Yin and Restorative Yoga
Yin and Restorative Yoga are complementary, whilst distinct in their approaches. Understand and experience how this practice affects the Autonomic Nervous System for health and rejuvenation.
Equal parts of stimulation and quiescent, movement and stillness, patience and passion is needed for growth, health and wellness. The secret is often knowing how much stimulation and noise in our day become too much; and how little stillness and quiescence in our lives is lacking. The reality is that many of us lead demanding and difficult lives. We may seem like graceful water birds, gliding serenely on the surface but in fact paddling frantically below to stay afloat.
In our fast-paced society and digital age, rest and stillness are rare and scarce. This two-day workshop offers insights on the beauty of slowing down, to support effective quality rest. Yin and Restorative Yoga are complementary, whilst distinct in their approaches. Understand and experience how this practice affects the Autonomic Nervous System for health and rejuvenation. There will be theory and principles, experiential practices and discussions, offered by two of our leading teachers in their fields.
Adelene will share her knowledge and experience of Restorative Yoga: the practice of relaxation for Deep Conscious Rest. Norman will share his knowledge and experience of Yin yoga: a practice of staying in shapes for several minutes while engaging and exploring edges. May this be an invitation to evaluate our inner landscapes with qualities of self-reflection and acceptance.
You will receive a Yogacampus certificate of completion on attending the full course.
What our students say
I thoroughly enjoyed the Yin Yoga training with Norman. He introduced us to a great range of teachers to support his own teaching all of whom were relevant. Would like to do more training and workshops with him. Sally Crawford on Yin Yoga: Minds, Meridians, Moments, March 2017