Tutor: Tarik Dervish
Date: 22nd November 2020
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
What and where are the chakras, this online workshop will familiarise students with the locations of chakras, their associated colours, the tantric energy body that Chakras are part of. Tarik will offer both a modern psychological and Ayurvedic perspective on Chakras
The workshop will include an Asana sequence that links particular groups of Asana with particular Chakras. As well as a chakra meditation
Tarik has been teaching Yoga for 20 years and Ayurveda for 10 years. He runs Foundation courses, Teacher Training courses and a BWY Module in Ayurveda. He specialises in building bridges between the two practices to help improve health and wellbeing and to create the foundations for a deeper relationship with Self
There will be 2 sessions
Session 1 -10.00-13.00 with 20 minutes break
Session 2-14.00-16.00 with 10 minutes break
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Tarik is a qualified and experienced Yoga Teacher/Trainer for the British Wheel of Yoga and Ayurvedic practitioner. He runs workshops and courses in Yoga and Ayurveda for Yoga practitioners and teachers. He specialises in training Yoga teachers with an Ayurvedic approach. He also has a small Ayurveda clinic in Kings Cross and central Brighton. He's been teaching Yoga since 1997 and has had a wide variety of training including Iyengar, Satyananda and Scaravelli traditions. His main approach is to help students establish a sound physical practice that is appropriate for their Ayurvedic Constitution as a foundation for deeper, subtle meditative work. He can be found giving talks and advice on Yoga and Ayurveda on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. For more information please visit his website www.yogawell.co.uk