Tutor: Lina NEWSTEAD
Date: 13th March 2022
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Death can be a taboo subject often avoided which can lead to being unprepared when it affects us closely. Yet other stages in life are discussed and we find our path through life clarified and eased by dialogue. We will explore the way death is viewed from a 21st Century Western perspective and looking at the Eastern perspective referencing Yogic texts and Buddhist thinking. We will also analyse the physiology of frailty and near death signs, and discuss responses to death and dying from a personal and professional perspective, with particular focus on mental health and practical needs. This is a day of discussion, interspersed with time for reflection, movement and meditation.
Lina is a Diploma Course Tutor and Foundation Course Tutor, as well as Mindfulness Tutor teaching in the Buddhist & Yoga Traditions. She also teaches Gentle Years Yoga and has taught yoga in care homes for over ten years.
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Lina is a senior Yoga teacher having taught Diploma courses for the BWY and the CYQ She has extensive experience of teaching many types of Yoga classes retreats & Yoga Foundation courses. She is currently teaching teh Gentle Years Yoga course Meditation is taught in Mindfulness Buddhist & Yoga tradtions