Tutor: Kim Kriyasagar
Date: 8th June 2019
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
This will be an inclusive day for anyone interested in this subject, whether they are teachers or non-teachers, before, during or after Menopause.
The day will start with a Yoga session followed by a discussion about the practices and how they can support the Menopausal transition. This will be followed by a session on Ayurvedic fundamental principles encouraging the learners to determine their own Ayurvedic doshic constitutions (both inherent and current) as well as menopausal constitutions. This will help discern which practices support which constitutions.
The afternoon will be spent exploring menstrual stories followed by a practical session with expressive artwork to plot lifecycle rhythms coming to a ‘pause’ at Menopause, where we can review our lives and set intentions for mapping our future.
After Qs and As, the day will finish with Yoga Nidra.
Kim has been teaching Yoga for over 23 years for both the BWY and the Bihar School of Yoga and has been an Ayurvedic yogic practitioner for more than 15 years graduating with a Masters Degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from Middlesex University.
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As an AYURVEDIC YOGIC PRACTITIONER I offer a unique and powerful set of tools to help you achieve optimum health. I have a Masters in Ayurvedic Medicine from Middlesex University, London, which incorporated 1000 clinical hours via the University clinic and internships in Indian Ayurvedic Hospitals. I initially trained with the British Wheel of Yoga in 1993 before finding my spiritual home with the Bihar School of Yoga.This tradition aims to harmonise all aspects of human experience through a meditative approach that develops the spiritual aspects of Yoga through building on ancient techniques and deepening and enhancing basic practices. It is accessible to students of all ages and levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners.