Pranayama CPD with Julie Hemmings

Saturday 23rd November 2019 10am – 4.30pm

 

Datchet St Mary’s Academy, SL3

 

FRYOG members £45 Non-FRYOG members £65 (including annual membership)

 

To book: Please contact Kay 078 3434 0981 kay@lovethebeat.co.uk 

Kay (Kamna Sarna) is our Area Officer for Avon, Berkshire and Wiltshire

 

 

Please bring: yoga mat, blocks, cushions & blankets for your comfort, writing materials and lunch. Refreshments are provided

 

Pranayama has great capacity for inducing transformation. These ancient, and contemporary practices can deeply affect our physical body, our physiological processes, our mental state and even our spiritual connection. You’ll learn and practice some unique ways to integrate traditional Pranayama and breathwork into asana, yoga nidra, and meditation. You will be provided tools which can be added to your teaching and your personal practice. You’ll develop a deeper understanding of this often neglected aspect, or limb, and feel inspired and confident to teach these valuable practices. This training day will cover techniques to integrate classical pranayama and contemporary breathwork into Asana, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Mantra and stand-alone Pranayama practices. My intention is to give you more elements to add to your repertoire, and to inspire you to feel confident to teach these valuable practices.

Morning Session

Using breath work in asana, Slow Flow Vinyasa, Breathing Bhavanas, Developing Pranayama, Mahat Yoga, Pranayama Kumbhakas, and Breath Extensions Yoga Nidra – Body Breathing

Afternoon Session

Yoga Nidra – Kaya Kriya, Mantra and Pranayama, Meditation and the Breath, Bhrmari Pranayama, Ajapa Japa, Ratios, Savitri Rhythm

About Julie Hemmings

Julie Hemmings is a Senior British Wheel Yoga (BWY) and Yoga Alliance (YA) Tutor & Teacher Trainer with over 22 years of teaching experience. She has a deep passion for Pranayama. In 2004 she completed the year long BWY Pranayama Module with Phillip Xerri, and in 2019 completed the 10 day Prana Vidya course at the Mandala Yoga Ashram. These wonderful breathing and Pranic practices form the backbone of her teaching and personal practice.