Acquaviva image 19-09-21Looking at how the fundamental issue of ‘fixed mental impressions’ (ie. our learning and habits) get in the way of the true potential of yoga.  A day of radical shifts in perspective…

Aims of the morning:

1. To illustrate how most of what we ‘learn’ to do in our yoga practice, despite being useful during our learning process, can become ‘fixed mental impressions’, which, as described in Patanjali’s sutras, act as one of the 5 main stumbling blocks to discovering the direct experience of yoga.  And how a principle-based approach to physical practice holds the key to unlocking the direct experience of what Yoga do for people.

2. To offer brand new ways of guiding people’s attention so that the body’s responses are no longer under the regime of both unconscious and learnt habitual movement.

3. To approach a range of familiar postures (as requested by participants) using these principles as the ‘structure’, so that attendees receive a new and direct somatic experience of posture work from this perspective.

Aim of the afternoon:

As above, but with more time to apply the principles directly to practice, and also to show how this can be used directly to resolve long-term physical complications.

Objectives:

To inspire those that come to discover new avenues of exploration, and to awaken participants to the potential of Yoga principles applied to the physical as a viable and effective way of directly solving apparent complications in physical practice.  Also to expose teachers to the Acquaviva methodology of ‘Creating the Conditions’.

 

Venue:  In The Moment Online.

Dates:  25th April ’20.

Times:  10.00 am – 4.00 pm.

Cost:  £35 live & interactive, £25 watch only.  SPECIAL 10% DISCOUNT FOR IN THE MOMENT CLIENTS USING DISCOUNT CODE:  IN-THE-MOMENT-10

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