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Part 1: Yoga, Samkhya and the Modern Twist on theTraditional Practice
8/12/2018 - 9.30 - 12.30 pm

To understand what yoga is and why it defers in the first place from other forms of physical exercise requires an understanding of the philosophy behind it. While most people are familiar with the underlying concepts of yoga philosophy, the first session of this workshop will detail an easy-to-understand, captivating account of Samkhya philosophy, the mission statement of the practice, and its other half, yoga philosophy, a step-by-step approach to personal well-being. What is interesting about these two philosophies is that while they date back to thousands of years, they are still very much relevant to today's modern lifestyle. 

Julie will lead this first session with a discussion of the two philosophies that will be sure to transform how you arrive on your mat and approach your practice, as well as how the same applies off of your mat and into your work and personal lives. Julie has been leading discussions in Yoga and Samkhya for over five years. The discussions are dynamic and entertaining and broken down in a way that is accessible to all.

Following the discussion, you will be led through a strong physical practice. You will be guided through the practice with specific focus on where and how the various aspects of Samkhya and Yoga philosophy are applied in the physical practice so that at the end, you will have a thorough understanding through your own personal experience of what it really means to practice yoga. 

*This session uses movement as a primary method, so students should come prepared for a strong practice.

Led by Julie Moksim

As a yoga practitioner we are sometimes faced with the difficulty to always understand how to transfer or connect the lessons we learn on the mat into our everyday lives. In this multidimensional, experiential 3-hour session, learn how find more presence in movement and experience asanas beyond the external. Use the body as a tool for deep self-inquiry to better understand our internal psyche - thoughts, desires, emotions and patterns - seeing how they also show up in our daily life. Explore powerful tools to break these difficult holding patterns. 

 

Kathy Gabriel combines highly effective traditional and contemporary embodiment and movement techniques to enhance your personal practice to improve the way you move, work, communicate, parent, love etc. Discover how your personal practice can impact the things you care most about and use that to build your own practice that is not only easy to commit to but truly honours what you need in life, both on and off the mat.

 

From asana, breath work, somatic meditation, conscious partner work, self inquiry and relational awareness practices. This session will leave you with more awareness, range of motion, integration and understanding how to have an intelligent practice that truly supports your daily life.

*This session uses movement as a primary method, so students should come prepared for a strong practice.

Led by Kathy Gabriel

Part 2: Yoga in the Everyday - Taking the Practice off the Mat
9/12/2018 - 9.30 - 12.30 pm

Note: One session is $60, for both sessions - $100