Workshops

Astanga yoga taught class - with Nigel

 
2 hour astanga yoga taught class in which we will go continuously though the sun-salutations, standing postures, primary series and part of the second series plus finishing postures.  There will be time at the end to practice hand-stands and head-stands for those who are willing.  Most of the class will be verbal instruction with some hands-on adjustments.  For anyone who has done some astanga before.  Please book ahead to reserve a place.  

Nigel - 07725950683   -  nigel@yogajunction.co.uk






When: Saturday June 9th   
Time:  10.30am-12.30pm
Cost: £20
Teacher: Nigel

Slow and Spacious Saturdays and Sundays - workshops with Charlotte Preston

Join Charlotte for a gentle and calming yoga practice to restore equilibrium, and bring you back to yourself. This workshop will include slow, gentle movement, restorative poses and simple breathing practices, with a long relaxation at the end.

Suitable for all levels.




Time: 3.00-5.30pm
Price: £25
Teacher: Charlotte Preston
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                    MAY 27th
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                    JUNE 10th
 

All workshops are on Sundays 3.00-5.30pm








Yoga Workshops with John Claxton


John Claxton has been teaching yoga for 42 years.  He trained with Silva Mahta and benefitted from classes with BKS Iyengar here and in Pune, during 9 years teaching in Adult Education in London.  In 1983 he moved to Norfolk where he set up the Norfolk Iyengar Yoga Centre, teaching residential weekends and local classes until 2005.  John is known for his anatomical approach to teaching.  He recently published "A Quest for Clarity" and " Elements of the Subtle Body".  He is also the man behind Chreode Yoga Equipment and the thousands of hand crafted wood blocks etc.  He still lives in Norfolk, has a workshop, and teaches there and around the country.

To book please call Ros Claxton on 01273681422 or email claxton@googlemail.com








When:   Sunday November 18th 2018
Time: 1.00-6.00pm
Cost: £40 
Teacher: John Claxton
drinks and biscuits provided.


Diverse Perspectives on the Philosophy of Yoga - with Peter Connolly

There are a number of different ways of approaching the study of Yoga philosophy. This can impact quite profoundly on our understanding of it and what benefits we might derive from the approaches we adopt as a result. We make a lot of assumptions about Yoga and in the absence of insight we attribute our own meaning to what we do and why. This one-day workshop is an opportunity to explore and discuss the subjective experience of Yoga and the philosophical approaches and skills that we adopt. It will be appeal greatly to all Teachers and Teacher Trainers of Yoga who are looking to develop and deepen their understanding of the profound philosophical texts that underpin the practices.
Participants will learn how to apply discriminative thinking when teaching or referring to passages from the texts. 


SUBJECT MATTER OF THE WORKSHOP:-

1. Introductory Lecture on the concept of phenomenological mapping which is the examination of subjective experience in Yoga. The Dharma – Mokṣa dynamic will be explored and considered.
2. There will be a Film + Discussion of how a phenomenological or subjective perspective influences the kinds of conclusions we tend to draw.
3. Lecture on how philosophical arguments are used to persuade a point of view.
4. How to apply philosophical analysis to well known textual material on Yoga.

(Textual material will be supplied by the tutor)


Peter Connolly holds BA (1st class), MA and PhD degrees in Comparative Religion and Philosophy from the University of Lancaster and a BSc in Psychology from the Open University. He has taught Indian religion and philosophy on BA and MA courses for over 30 years and has worked with various yoga organisations throughout that time. He is interested in how people go about constructing histories of yoga and the methods they use for making sense of yoga texts. He is also fascinated by all forms of altered states of consciousness and has trained in both Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and hypnosis, both of which offer interesting perspectives on the psychology of yoga. A revised edition of his popular book A Student’s Guide to the History and Philosophy of Yoga was reissued in 2014. His classes are well known for their clarity of exposition and informal style. Some students have suggested that he be cloned so that he can teach more courses.

To contact Peter please email - info@turningpointconsulting.co.uk








When: Sunday October 21st 
Time: 12.30-6.30pm
Cost: £55
Teacher: Peter Connolly





First Aid Courses with MGM Training

Our first aid course is open to all, make sure your certification is up to date. To book and pay, please click on the course you prefer and you will be taken directly to the booking page.

Syllabus:
-Insight into Health and Safety(First Aid) Regulations
-Managing in incident - Priorities of First Aid Resuscitation
-Blood loss - Treatment of an unconscious casualty
-Treatment of shock - General discussion on Studio based injury/illness
-Treatment of burns and siezures

To book see links below - 





Certificate issued: Emergency First Aid at Work certificate which is valid for 3 years.

Next course: May 20th 2018

(All courses run on Sundays 12.30-6.30pm)

Cost:   £70.00