Posts tagged Balance
Simon Low

WORKSHOP 1: YANG YOGA

WORKSHOP 2: YIN YOGA

Simon has been teaching yoga for over 20 years and has developed a unique and personal teaching style, keeping classes diverse, focused and fun. The foundations of Simon's yoga teaching reflect his training and ongoing studies with international teachers in many approaches to yoga, movement and therapy.

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Jo Webber

WORKSHOP: HOW CAN AYURVEDA SUPPORT US IN OUR YOGA PRACTICE?

Jo is Head of Herbal Education at Pukka Herbs, where she oversees the delivery of industry- leading education enabling people to discover the power of herbs and learn to be well. Jo is an Ayurvedic practitioner and Yoga teacher, and full member of the UK’s Ayurvedic Practitioners Association. She has over ten years clinical experience and holds a BSc (Hons) in Ayurveda, which included clinical internships in India.

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Zephyr Wildman

WORKSHOP: INSIGHT INTO THE KLESHAS YOGA ASANA PRACTICE

WORKSHOP: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF VICHARA PRACTICES

Zephyr has been teaching Yoga since 2002 in London, trained via Yoga Campus Intake 1 and has been a Mentor on their yoga training program since 2005. She teaches at The Life Centre, Yoga Centres around London, private tuition, and at The Recovery Centre (treatment centre for addiction, depression and other dependency problems).

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Lisa Kaley-Isley

WORKSHOP: KRIYA YOGA: UNITING PRACTICE AND PURPOSE

Lisa Kaley-Isley, PhD, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500 Lisa Kaley-Isley is a clinical psychologist, yoga teacher, IAYT certified yoga therapist, and yoga educator. Lisa draws deeply on the wisdom and practices of both yoga and psychology.  She integrates her experience in the two disciplines to provide personalised yoga therapy and to educate yoga therapists.   

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Michael Geary

TALK 1: THE DHARMA OF ACTIVISM

TALK 2: THE ACTIVISM OF DHARMA

Michael is a Life Strategist, Vedic astrologer, teacher and author. In 2008 he co-founded Cranmore Foundation, an educational charitable trust that researches the world’s wisdom traditions to identify universal principles and values that can be carefully reformulated as design principles that support human and environmental well-being, and broad-spectrum sustainability. 

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