Tutor: Sabine Dahn
Date: 23rd October 2021
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
In the UK one in four people experience mental health difficulties in any year. Teaching yoga, we are in a unique position to support people in managing and improving their conditions. Working with all aspects of our being yoga opens different avenues to affect our minds in positive ways and to restore a calm, stable sense of self.
During this day of presentation, discussion, reflection and practical experience, Sabine shares her experience of working with students with mental health difficulties. She bases her work firmly on the Yoga Sutras deriving practical tools for the classroom from these philosophical foundations.
Teaching diverse groups in and around Brighton, Sabine says, "Following the teachings of TKV Desikachar, I respect the individuality of my students and their respective needs, encourage them to integrate compassionate self-observation into their asana and breathwork, and create a link between their yoga practice and their everyday lives. Many of my students deal with mental health issues and my presentations are based on this experience."
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