Winter Transition Japanese Yoga
CPD Points: 3
When: 1.30pm - 4.30pm, Saturday, 29 May 2021
Where: Online - Zoom
As the seasons change, so too do the energies within our bodies. Through the stressors of daily life we often become disconnected from these changes. We may fight against them or simply feel a lack of relationship with ourselves and the world. However we can practice Chi Yoga to enhance our ability to reconnect.
Join this workshop to learn physical, mental and spiritual methods which support connectedness through practicing techniques developed by ancient Chinese medicine and Japanese theorists.
Meridian based yoga and ways to feel the flow of energy along meridians. Showing how these asana contribute to our sense of connectedness.
- Understand the contribution energy flow in the body makes to our physical and mental health and well being during the season of Winter
- Learn about the path of the Bladder and Kidney meridians in the body
- Participants will perform asana relevant to creating energy balance during the Winter season
Benefits of attending:
- A sense of belonging in place and time connected to the movement of energy around us
- Ability to move into Winter and everything associated with this season with ease
- A sense of calm and acceptance around being with whatever change comes along in life
- Greater strength and flexibility in body and mind
This workshop will be recorded.
Lecturer: Sarah Kearney
Chi Energy Yoga has evolved over 20 years from my early studies as a Shiatsu Therapist, into Ki (Japanese) Yoga, and then as I practised and studied further to incorporate other methods and styles. I take different aspects of my experience and apply them in individual classes to suit those attending. I have worked with many differing groups, including older people, persons with disabilities and vision challenges and those recovering from injury and operations. Japanese and Chinese principles form the basis of every yoga class I teach, and I plan every class to incorporate seasonal energetic changes occurring both within us (physically, emotionally and spiritually) and in the world around us.
To attend this online workshop you will need:
- a reliable internet connection
- the ability to join a zoom meeting
- this workshop is open to non-teachers as well as teachers