What gives you Resilience that you can Rely on?
The truth is Your SELF.
Your body is a beautiful thing. The best gadget you can have on the planet. Once you begin to understand your body mind system through yoga, and begin to free yourself from your conditioning you lift the burden and expectation of happiness you have unknowingly thrust upon the world of creation and experience the freedom that is yourself. This is yoga.
To keep your body in top shape and maintain your natural resilience its essential to understand what creates stress in the first place. You not only need a practice which strengthens, stabilises and frees you – you need a free mind. Then you enjoy life.
Join Rachel Zinman and John Weddepohl in a 5 day intensive studying the traditional teachings of the Upanishads while practicing asanas and pranayamas specifically tailored to build strength and stamina . Don’t miss this opportunity to study with two experienced and passionate practioners and deepen your practice on every level.
Date: Mon 7th April – Fri 11th April, 2014
Venue: Yoga Peace (Shanti Room), 44 Burringbar St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482
Time: 6am–7.30am : Yoga class, 7.30am–9am : Workshop
Cost: $160 for the 5 days ($150 if booked and paid in full by March 17th)
Yoga Classes: Drop ins are welcome for the 6am-7.30am Asana class, $20 per class, but we encourage you to commit and attend the whole week.
Bookings & Info Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org +61432291918
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment
This Intensive workshop is Yoga Alliance approved for international accreditation and participants will receive a letter of completion at the end of the intensive
Rachel Zinman has practiced yoga for 29 years and taught for over 20 and facilitates teacher trainings and workshops in the U.S, Australia, India, Bali, Japan, and Europe. Passionate about Yoga and its many forms, she practices Hatha, Bhakti and studies Gyan Yoga incorporating the traditional teachings of the Upanishads, Yantra, Mantra and Mudra into her workshops. Her classes are a fluid mix of creative sequencing, meaningful insights and lighthearted fun. She is an award-winning kirtan musician and published poet and writes for several online magazines.
John Weddepohl opened his first yoga studio in downtown Johannesburg, South Africa in 1969. Traveling to India he met his teachers through whose grace he assimilated the knowledge of Upanishadic wisdom.Traditional without being traditionalist John teaches Atma Vidya & Brahma Vidya in the Advaita Vedanta tradition as well as Ishta Kriya Yoga. He also shares his long association with music in the joy and devotion of Kirtan. Feeling pop yoga complicates a simple process John teaches Ishta-MALA; a practice for life.