Join Michael Hutchinson for a half day Yoga workshop on Saturday March 21st from 11am – 2pm exploring how our practice can change the way we see not only the world around us but also ourselves. This was first observed by the ancient yoga sage Patanjali, in his teachings about what he called “Klesha” and which we experience as negative ego patterns.
Patanjali said that once we find ways to first expose these tendencies, we can then bring about change. Yoga practices including mindfulness and breath-work as well as asana help develop greater self-awareness, which in turn lessens the influence of “Klesha” on our thoughts, words and actions. These findings, although thousands of years old, are no less relevant in today’s world and why yoga can be such a valuable tool not just for physical health but also mental well-being.
“The Real Me” is suitable for all keen yoga students, teachers and trainee teachers. The 3 hour workshop will include some asana, pranayama (breath-work) and meditation, as well as discussion. Michael Hutchinson has been certified as a Teacher Trainer by Mr TKV Desikachar and is on the Committee of the Society of Yoga Practitioners. He is also a British Wheel of Yoga Diploma Course Tutor and teachers can count attending this event as 3 hours CPD.