General: Patience, Practice and Perception
Tutor: Peter Blackaby
Date: 30th January 2021
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
How we are in the world is the result of a lifetime of practice. How life has unfolded for us will determine how we responded, often unconsciously to those events. Our responses become the organisational maps of emotion and movement that is recognisably us. When in our lives these maps no longer serve us so well it is helpful to re-investigate them. This workshop will explore how to investigate our own habitual responses to life through the practice of yoga asana, slowly noticing what the unconscious processes are that we bring to our practice.
A student of over 30 years and teaching for 22, Pete originally taught Iyengar Yoga. Studies in Osteopathy and meeting other yoga teachers changed his direction, to pursue a more bio-mechanically friendly approach to asana. He currently teaches a broader 'humanistic perspective' to make yoga more accessible to the western mind, by grounding the physical, physiological and psychological effects of practice in a rational context.
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