This workshop will be led by Natalie Wiltshire and will focus on Asana (Posture), Pranayama (Breathing), Meditation (Mindfulness), Relaxation and various aspects of relevant Yoga Philosophy. Natalie will explore elements of physiology and anatomy of particular relevance to the Yoga student, as well as specific techniques available to us such as Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) which can improve our body’s ability to stretch. This may involve some partner work.
Natalie is a fully qualified British Wheel of Yoga Teacher and has completed the BWY Meditation and Personal Development Modules 1, 2 and continues to study via Module 3 for advanced practitioners with Maarten Vermasse. She has completed the Pranayama Module with Philip Xerri and updates her own skill set via stringent and comprehensive CPD days.
With a background in Nursing and specialist Spinal Injuries experience, Natalie’s approach to teaching Yoga emphasises good alignment of the spine and skeletal structure, whilst building both strength and flexibility to support this.
Who should attend? Workshops will be suitable for those interested in all aspects of Yoga with a willingness to adjust the practices to suit themselves and current levels of experience.
What should I bring? You will need to bring a Yoga mat, blocks, straps (some will be available to borrow) and a blanket or large towel. Please bring some lunch and a bottle of water/drinks. Hot drinks and cake will be provided.
Limited number of places. Booking is essential with places offered on a first come first served basis. If you are interested please contact Natalie:
TEL: 07742 321 826