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Beginners 4 week
yoga & meditation course

via the magic of ZOOM

 

STARTS: no dates currently
£55 for the course including access to FREE DAILY LIVE YOGA CLASSES

Week 1: Introduction

Ritual

Breathwork (pranyama)

  • Nasal Breathing

  • The diagphram

  • The nervous system (vagus nerve)
     

Week 2: Movement (asana)

Floor & standing postures

Movement with the breath

Week 3: Meditation (Dharana & Dhyana)
Attention, Absorption & Flow

Week 4: Alignment

Sun salutation

Next Steps for you

In addition you are invited to join a:

  • small private FACEBOOK yoga community for daily insight and motivation.

  • months FREE Live daily classes with Marie; via the magic of zoom into your living room  

The Four Elements of Yoga with Marie

Every yoga workshop or class Marie teaches is magical and contains four unique and sacred elements:
 

Ritual

Ritual has been a part of human existance for millenia and is an inherent component in the 10,000 year old yogi teachings. You are encouraged to establish small routines, habits and rituals to prime your body and mind for practice. This can be as simple as how you roll out your mat, musical backdrop, lighting a candle or saging a room before your practice.

Breath

If you can breathe you can practice yoga. Marie leads her classes with the breath. She incorporates different types of pranyama (yogi breathwork) and continually references the breath throughout her teaching. You will develop a strong relationship with your body and mind via your breath. 

Movement

Yoga is a moving mediation. Sitting in traditional meditation is very challenging for the average person (read about meditation here) and the yogi's acknowledged this after 5000 years. They began to sequence beneficial movements to affect the nervous system thereby allowing the body and mind to relax more and facilitating meditation.

Alignment

Marie is a stickler for alignment. Aligment of the pose, alignment with the breath and the alignment of our practice to our life off the mat. To enhance progress and to prevent unnecessary injuries every sequence considers functional alignment and every posture spinal alignment.