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Yoga and Conditioning

20th June 2020
at Adastra Hall

Yoga and Conditioning

Tutor: John Stirk

Date: 20th June 2020

Time: 10:00 - 15:45

Location: Adastra Hall

Type of Event: Open Day

Places Available: 10

The purpose of yoga is to address our conditioning. We are conditioned by our past. Conditioning inhibits sensory wisdom and blocks the route to an alternative consciousness. We see this in our students and may or may not be aware of it in ourselves. This practical workshop examines ways in which we may reveal conditioned patterns within the body/mind and opens discussion on our experience as we work together.

John is one of the UK's leading yoga teachers and his work has been evolving for 40 years. He has lectured in biomechanics and practical osteopathy at the London College of Osteopathy. He is the author of 'The Original Body'.

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For further details contact the organiser - Jan Palmer -


Adastra Hall
31 Keymer Road


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