Tutor: Liz Lark
Date: 18th November 2017
Time: 10:00 - 16:00
Imagine a bridge – any bridge in its landscape. A metaphor for making a crossing. Crystallising your intention for practice, deepening your trust and commitment to the carving of your dharma (purpose) path. You have already come a long way.
STEPPING ONTO THE BRIDGE – we will travel through the elements, taking poetic inspiration from nature, yoga chakra interpretation in playful sequences to peak poses, sculpting our practice, carving to cleanse, reveal in kosha layers of consciousness through song, imagery and somatic exercises.
Modifications will invite all levels of practice. Each session/element will conclude with meditation and relaxation.
Liz Lark has been teaching yoga for almost 20 years, developing from British Wheel of Yoga (Hatha) Teacher Training foundations and, Astanga Vinyasa Yoga,
She has been connected with The Life Centre London since 1995.
Thai Yoga Massage training in Chieng Mei has informed hands- on adjustments, which Liz teaches along with Creative Sequencing, for the London Teachers Training Course on which she's a board member.
Liz draws inspiration from Nature, the Body, Poetry, Music and contemporary Bodywork.
She now fuses Yoga as Art in a series of Mandala Drawings, illustrating sequencing, layered with motifs for visualisation, contemplation and mudra (gesture) and mantra (heartsong). Her teaching draws on these inspirations, with a contemporary interpretation of philosophy (see book: '1001 Pearls of Yoga Wisdom').
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