The Neuroscience of Yoga & Meditation - with Karin Van Maanen
Karin will share some of the latest findings in the science of yoga, meditation and embodied practice alongside a practical exploration of how these findings could help us adapt the way we practice and teach yoga so that it is as helpful as possible to our bodies and minds and our students’, and informed by some of the latest developments in movement and mindfulness research.
1 day module - Saturday 13th June 2020, 10am to 5pm.
This is one module in a series of Advanced Training for Yoga Teachers in 2020. If you would like to attend all 5 modules please select the "Advanced Training for Yoga Teachers - Whole Course" option and save up to £160
This uniquely tailored training is for committed yoga practitioners and yoga teachers. Karin has invited highly experienced and skilled guest tutors to share their expertise in some very current and developing aspects of yoga. This will help you upgrade your understanding of yoga to be informed by some of the latest developments in the world of movement and mind training.
By attending this training expect to:
Refine your yoga practice and teaching skills,
Find new inspiration and depth of understanding yoga,
Work with highly experienced teachers who do not normally teach in Kent,
Touch base with practitioners who have a deep interest in yoga,
Learn about contexts that are influencing yoga, including:
how yoga can heal
Detailed learning materials will be provided and you will be encouraged to join an ongoing online community of practitioners for continued support, inquiry and peer learning.
The training venue is on the outskirts of Canterbury, Kent with easy access by road and rail including high speed trains from London St Pancras (50 mins): www.canterburyyoga.co.uk
The Neuroscience of Yoga & Meditation - Early Bird
Available until Sat 16 May 10am
The Neuroscience of Yoga & Meditation
Available after Sat 16 May 10am