Autumn Yoga Workshop

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As the warmth of the summer recedes and autumn starts to alter our surroundings, we begin to feel the evening chill and the tickle of the autumn winds. During this time we feel the desire to connect, longing to lovingly come together to till our bodies and minds.

Join us for this full day treat, and experience the joyfulness that comes with being nurtured. As autumn leaves fall, discover how to also let go of all that no longer serves YOU.

Tenderly cultivating your lungs and large intestines you will glow with a feeling of clarity and leave full of excitement for the season ahead.

Feel your breath deepen and a crispness of thought unfold, heartily connected to your body and energised, you will flutter your way home. Whole. Connected. Golden.

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Cate’s passion for human evolution is fuelled by more than three decades as a yoga teacher, meditator, occupational therapy and therapeutic massage. Her experience in switching people on to possibilities for mindfully managing physical and mental health through the many tools that yoga has to offer.
From Seasonal Yoga Treats which provide the nuts and bolts of optimum health to the wider picture of United Nations World Yoga Day, Cate works through various platforms to make yoga accessible, fun and part of the solution.
Lars devotes much of his time and energy to teaching and practicing yoga because he believes it is ideal for helping us cope with the demands of living in this era. He enjoys watching how people change as they pursue this discipline, developing softness, tranquillity, and strength as they come to a better understanding of themselves. He believes you don’t have to have powerful muscles or flexible limbs to do yoga—it’s not about performing on the mat but rather coming to understand who you are, getting to know yourself, by focusing on breath and movement. Taking yoga with us out of the studio and into the day, we may find it’s easier to deal with our aches and pains, our disappointments and struggles. Yoga is about fostering a synchronicity between self and the world; the micro becomes part of the macro.
Having worked for many decades as a chef, and then studied wholefood and macrobiotic cooking, Lars is interested in the way many people become more aware of how what they eat is affecting them. As they become curious about the relationship between food and the body and mind, he is able to offer advice about the ways diet can be used to support the changes they are undergoing.
Lars Skalman completed the Dancing Warrior Teacher Training Course in 2013 to complement his already extensive involvement in  Hatha-based yoga. Previously, he undertook training to teach Ki yoga at the Zen Renaissance Healing Centre, which he finished in 2004. Having taught in Sydney for the past eleven years, Lars has sought to deepen his understanding of this exciting and challenging discipline, attending courses at Yoga Synergy, and with the renowned Clive Sheridan.

Enjoy being led through a yoga practice based on the principles of Japanese Yoga as applied to the Metal element for full focus, stamina and deep direction. You will feel stable and clear , coming into your sense of purpose and your own personal strength.

Learn the principles that guide food preparation in this season of consolidation and clarity and feel supported with a delicious fully catered lunch.

Techniques and practices to take your health into your own hands. Learn and work on your lungs and large intestine meridians to help cleanse your digestion, clear your lungs and anything that stands in your way.

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SUNDAY, 27 May
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sama Studio, 3/164 Beardy Street, Armidale
Enquiries: Laura 0400 778 792

SUPER EARLY BIRD $130 including lunch

Use coupon code AUTUMN20 by May 13 and save $20

EARLY BIRD $140 including lunch

Use coupon code AUTUMN10 by May 20 and save $10

FULL PRICE $150 including lunch 

If paid after May 20

Limited to a maximum of 20.