Events: Workshop – “The Energy Anatomy of Home Practice, Triyoga, Primrose Hill in North London”


“Spring is nearly upon us. London gives us the peek-a-boo of sun and rain, warm and cool, and continually reminds us of the play of complementary opposites that we learn, through our yoga practice, to navigate skilfully and gracefully….”

Join Lisa Sanfilipo and the kula for a Home Practice workshop focused on physical/ mental/ energetic and organic balance tomorrow (10th March) at 7.30pm @ Triyoga to hear more on this!

Where: Primrose Hill, 6 Erskine Road, London, NW3 3AJ

Telephone: 020 7483 3344

Underground: Chalk Farm

“As yogis, we become artists of balance, consummate paradox-holders, and able to dive into what Carolyn Myss calls ‘the world behind our eyes’ and see how ‘what is outside is inside, and what is inside is outside’. That last bit is a favourite quote that encapsulates deep psychological truth and the Tantric vision, often used by my dear teacher Dr Douglas Brooks”

The Energy Anatomy of Home Practice- Tomorrow! 
 For Deep Sleep + Vibrant Days   Friday 11 March 2011   7.30pm – 9.30pm triyoga primrose hill   Explore the art of deep self-care and attentiveness through your yoga practice. Listen to the needs of your body, mind and soul with practices that fine-tune the mechanics of your body and attune to your energetic needs.You’ll do contrasting practice sequences with asana, pranayama, meditation and mantra that embody different methods of self-care, easy to incorporate into your daily life. We’ll delve into both practices, deep sleep and vibrant days, from perspectives that empower self-awareness:the bio-mechanical: muscles and bones, alleviating back pain, stuck shoulders or restless, tight hips and legs. the organic: supporting hormonal, digestive and other functions, including yoga for insomnia. the psychological: surfacing and releasing negative emotions (fear, anger, sadness, guilt, criticism and judgment) to spend more time in positive states of acceptance, joy, compassion, and gratitude.
the energetic: improving circulation, energy and vitality (called Prana) directing its flow through your body with movement, attention and intention.
Lisa credits the energy anatomy work of Caroline Myss and Anodea Judith and the practice of Anusara yoga through John Friend, Sianna Sherman + Elena Brower for their inspiration. More here
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