Ashtanga and General Hatha Yoga

Support Matters – A Yin Yoga Experience

Delighted to announce a Yin Yoga intensive at Sun Salute. Immerse yourself in an in-depth study of this beautiful formwith Teresa, internationally experienced Yin yoga teacher. Explore the elements of support and why they matter …

Saturday 14 March
1 – 5pm

> Introduction/lecture1 hour
> Master class 2 hours
> tea break.
> Satsang/enquiry 1 hour

$60 per person
$55 per person early bird booking (by Monday March 9)
minimum 8 people, maximum 20 people
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Support Matters

When we feel supported, we feel safe, we can rest. Discover through an embodied and mindful Yin Yoga practice how to get support by the elements that surround you. Teresa will guide us into an experiential journey to fine-tune yoursenses enabling you to identify your needs and craves beyond your superimposed conditionings. The practice of Yin Yoga promotes the stimulation of the connective tissue in the body where we hold the accumulated tension from our physical, psychological and emotional fatigue. Useful variations to simple exercises aim to improve our relationship with the floor, your body and the props, the breath and even your intention, reconnecting our parasympathetic nervous system, bringing us calm and freedom. We will be encouraged and enabled to be creative and playful to find out the most effective expression of the proposed asana.

About Kshama Yoga

Teresa Richard is a 500h YA certified teacher in Hatha and Yin, Ashtanga practitioner and curious by nature.She sees Yoga is as individual experience, an empowering tool and a way of life.

She aims to guide and encourage every student to find their own path and practice. Her love for Yin Yoga was first sight and its practice was one of the major supports in the recovery from breast cancer surgery in 2014.

Trained by Jo Phee and Joe Barnett she assisted Jo in Auckland in her Spine, Fascia and MFR TTC module in November 2017 and again in Berlin in July 2018 and led a practical oriented 50h Yin Yoga TTC in Guatemala in July 2019.

Teresaallowsstudents to enjoy and understand the practices so that they can become part of their daily lives.She breaks down techniques with grace and a down-to-earth sense of humour making them accessible and useful.


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