Saturday, 9 July '22   10am – 4pm BST
Durley Memorial Hall, Durley Street, Durley, SO32 2AR
22 spaces available

Differentiate, Activate, Integrate
Join Jean for a workshop to explore, feel and understand how bones, ligaments and joints have their own distinct functionality and role within the body. You’ll discover how they relate and work together to create wholeness of activation and full movement connectivity and integration. We’ll delve into the theory of our structure, but more importantly into creative movement explorations through experiential anatomy along with somatic yoga practices to cultivate and notice how subtle awareness and small changes within us have the most profound effect on how we feel, breathe and move our body in the circumstances of our lives.

Jean Hall
Jean qualified as a Iyengar yoga teacher in 1995 and since then has continued to study different forms of yoga and movement practices with many great teachers from many diverse backgrounds such as Geeta Iyengar and Rajmani Tigunait, as well as being self taught and working with more unconventional teachers, most noticeably Miranda Tufnell and the late Gill Clarke. She teaches a somatic style of flow (vinyasa) yoga and movement that stems from a deep listening within, so that the body’s wisdom and knowing can be heard, felt and valued. Her approach is both traditional and innovative, inspired by creative and fun sequencing that unfolds into dynamic flows, to help draw students and teachers safely beyond perceived limitations and closer to true potential and confidence. As well as teaching open classes in London and being a co-founder of triyoga’s advanced teacher training programme, she also offer one to one tuition, yoga workshops and retreats in the U.K and abroad.

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Durley Memorial Hall
Durley Street
SO32 2AR