A yoga workshop
The past two decades in yoga culture have seen an unprecedented rise in challenges to what we know, and how we know what we know, about the practice. This workshop seeks to help participants navigate that on-going uncertainty with greater confidence, honesty and tolerance of the views of others.
- Participants will be able to understand and explain all the ways in which tradition serves us (including inquiry, resilience, equanimity, discipline)
- Participants will be able to speak more confidently to major and relevant historical, cultural and scientific changes in the understanding of yoga
- Participants will be able to reflect more confidently on contemporary research as it is published
Theo Wildcroft is a practitioner, teacher, and researcher of contemporary yoga, whose recent work has profound implications for understanding the diversity of possible experiences of asana and pranayama, but also bhakti, seva and meditation. This innovative workshop will build on as yet unpublished findings, and range from the neuroscientific to the cultural and political sphere, grounding each aspect of theory in practical exploration. Much has been written on the inner experience of the practice. Too seldom have we asked ourselves what happens when we attempt to share this deeply personal experience with others.
If you would like to book please email me at the link above, including your Name and Mobile number.
Then send a cheque for £45-00 payable to Peter Blackaby, to 63 Hythe road Brighton BN16JR
Or pay by BACS:
Account no: 02078412
Sort code: 08-91-04