Tutor: Andy Curtis-Payne
Date: 15th September 2018
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Strength, Stamina & Stability for the mind. How yoga can support us in supporting others!
This workshop is suitable for teachers and trainee teachers but may be of particular interest for those working with special needs, one-to-one tuition or the therapeutic application of yoga. A day that combines asana, pranayama, meditation and linking them to the ancient yogic texts.
Andy will introduce key texts from the Upanishads, Yoga Rahasya and Yoga Sutras. He will link this to an asana and pranayama practice to develop experience of ,and to illustrate, the theme of the day. There will be plenty of discussion and exploration of text references with a further asana practice linked to the previous session to include sound and pranayama.
Andy Curtis-Payne has been a yoga teacher for twenty years. He has also undertaken years of further training with the Krishnamacharya Healing Yoga Foundation, the international organisation set up to promote and continue the work of Sri T. Krishnamacharya. He was appointed as a KHYF teacher trainer in 2006 by T.K.V. Desikachar and has also undertaken further specialist training in Yoga Therapy. He continues to have regular study with senior teachers in India at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram. Andy is now Chair of The Society of Yoga Practitioners, established to replace KHYF.UK. To complement his therapeutic work Andy also trained as a Massage Therapist with ITEC in 2009. Andy teaches classes in Sussex and specialises in one-to-one consultations. He also runs a range of workshops, retreats and Continuing Education Units for teachers around the UK and Europe.
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