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Four healing yoga classes in 1 day

Saturday 5th December, 2015

In this one-day workshop, experience a suite of programs designed to bring together various healing modalities back to basics – delving into the core benefits and distilling value from the original intent. What does this mean ? It means, going beyond the physical aspects of the different modalities and understanding how we can shift our emotional patterns which eventually affect physical structure and function.

Join us for four different experiential sessions to explore your inner world, thoughts and feelings…

Details:

Date: 5th December 2015, Saturday 9am to 6pm
Location: Yoga in Common, 326C King George’s Avenue, King George’s Building, S 208567 (nearest MRT: Lavender)
Investment:
Individual sessions @ S$38 each
Full day (4 sessions) @ S$135

All mats, blocks & essential oils provided.

Workshop Program:
0900 – 1030 “Family bonding & loving touch” – Fun with Family Yoga by Mira Binzen

Finding time for fitness, family fun and a chance to relax can be a challenge. In family yoga classes, they are all rolled into one. Child-centered and built for fun, this class creates a space where families can connect with each other and their community. Parents participate right along with the kids. Partner poses, games and a story to carry us along make it fun for everyone. Families will find support for a healthier lifestyle and get to enjoy a holistic family-centered activity.

1100 – 1300 “Let it be” – Open your heart to therapeutic backbends through Forrest Yoga by Anita Foster & Ming Li

Being at ease with oneself, learning how to open your heart is at the core of feeling supported. Ironic as it may sound, feeling vulnerable causes us to retract into closure, accumulating more tension both physically and emotionally. It is with the confidence of just being, living in conviction with strong roots that allows us to be like “bamboo trees in the wind”. Join us in a 2-hr Forrest Yoga practice that challenges you to come back to your breath, to strengthen your core while being flexible, to test your edge in a struggle-free practice.

1430 – 1600 “Emotional Relief” – Neuro-Auricular Technique with Essential Oils by Kai Tan

Neuro-Auricular Technique (NAT), designed by Gary Young, focuses on the occipital ridge, particularly the medulla (center depression at base of skull) and along the 7 vertebra of the spine between the skull and shoulders that comprise the neck).This works to supercharge the spinal system, the nerves attached to it and works to provide support to the brain as well. It can also be used for emotional release work. In this class, we work with the most recent version of NAT, which uses many of the roll-ons as well as Frankincense Essential OIl.

1615 – 1745 “Meditation & deep relaxation” – iRest® Yoga Nidra by Mira Binzen

iRest® Yoga Nidra is a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry that releases negative emotions and thought patterns, calms the nervous system and develops a deep capacity to meet any and all circumstances you may encounter in life. Research has shown that iRest® Yoga Nidra effectively reduces insomnia, chronic pain and chemical dependency.

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About Ming Li

Ming Li is a certified Forrest Yoga teacher in Singapore and is drawn to the healing practice developed by Ana Forrest, incorporating yoga asanas, breath work, mindfulness and intuitive energy at a physical and emotional level. In her classes, she prefers to assume the role of a facilitator, sharing from a place of authenticity and providing a safe space to guide students through their practice. At the same time, she also challenges them to explore their edge while being at peace with the unknown. This tough love comes from a desire to empower students eventually to take charge of their healing, and have fun falling and picking themselves up.

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About Lisa Devi

Lisa Kazmer received her 200-hour Yoga Teaching Certification from Cyndi Lee’s OM Yoga Center in New York City. Since then she has acquired over 5,000 hours of hands-on experience and has made two trips to India; the first in 2009 to study and practice Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in Mysore and most recently to study Iyengar Yoga in Pune with Geeta Iyengar. With a great deal of experience working with seniors, pregnant students, and brand new beginners she excels in making students feel comfortable and welcome in class regardless of limitations. Lisa’s approach to teaching yoga is hands-on, intuitive, precise and fun. Her intention is for students to leave class feeling strong, spacious, tuned in and grounded in the nature of their body. After teaching in New York City for seven years Lisa relocated to Hong Kong with her husband in 2013 and in 2014 they relocated once again to Singapore.

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About Lynn Quek

Lynn has been practising Kundalini Yoga for about 6 years (and counting!) and holds a Level One Instructor certification awarded by the Kundalini Research Institute. Practising Kundalini Yoga has been a life-changing experience for her. It helped her to maintain her sanity during the most stressful periods whilst working in the corporate world. She hopes to share her experience so that others may be able to utilise this ancient technology and find their strength within to handle life as a householder in this fast-moving world.

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About Trish Corley

Dr. Trish Corley loves to use yoga to create community. She holds an intention to connect herself and all of her students together through physical movement and breath in each of her classes. Trish is a Baptiste certified yoga teacher and has been teaching yoga since 2011. She is also a US licensed doctor of physical therapy and has been a professor of anatomy and therapeutic exercise in the US. She uses her knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics to create an environment for all students to feel safe and grounded AND free and open. She encourages students to explore possibilities they are not even aware of on and off of the mat. Find our more about Trish at www.newangleyoga.com.

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About Consciousness Co-Creators

Consciousness Co-Creators is an intentional reciprocal community and space for conscious collaboration. We are a gathering of individuals offering classes, workshops, consultations as well as personal interaction, dialogue and support to each member in order to allow for empowerment and enhancement of who we are, what we are trying to create in our lives and the world around us. We are a spiritual family of thoughtful wisdom seekers and we invite you to join us.

The current facilitators of Consciousness Co-Creators are Michelle Ayn Tessensohn, Vani Khare, and Marixi Salud Buhay and they teach the Conscious Movement and Introduction to Meditation Classes.

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About Michelle

Over the last two decades, both personally and professionally, I have travelled extensively, dedicating my life to learning about and training in personal development.

I lived with yogis and have received certificates in yoga, zen shiatsu, psycho-spiritual counselling, Reiki and Angelic Guidance. For five years I had the good fortune to encounter the sacred mysteries of the Kogi and Lakota shamanic paths through sweat lodges and plant medicine ceremonies in South America.

In 2010 a whole new chapter began when I started life coach training with Dr. Martha Beck, culminating in life and master coach certification in 2011 and 2014 respectively. Dr. Martha Beck has been referred to as “the best known life coach in America.” By USA Today and Psychology Today.

My work now is about sharing what I learnt and supporting you on your journey to find purpose, peace and your own answers about life. I truly believe that all the answers are within and available to you, waiting to be discovered in the quieter moments if only you can trust them. I can help you clear what is getting in the way of this.

You can read more about me here About Me.

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About Indra

Indra’s approach is simple; that to reach depth, one does not have to travel far. Many a time, all our answers are right in front of us, but we overlook them because we make ourselves believe that they have to be beyond our reach. In his classes, asanas (yoga postures) do not challenge one’s limit – they invite one to explore the self.

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About Melissa

Melissa Mak is a physical education lecturer, who is trained by Jo Phee in Yin Yoga and Sivananda Yoga Vedanta’s Mani Chaitanya. Her yoga journey first started in 2007, where she thought she was off to a good ole nap on a rubber mat. Fast forward 9 years later, Melissa has encountered the many physical and mental benefits of yoga, such as peace of mind and overall fitness. It also made her a more graceful person, without the ballet classes. She aims to teach everyone to relax and embrace the better parts of life.

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About Vivian

Vivian began practicing Ashtanga Yoga in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in 2005. She has been to Mysore, India as a student of Paramaguru Sharath Jois in the years 2007, 2014 and 2016.

Practicing Ashtanga Yoga is a continuing experiential and learning journey. She hopes to be able to share what she understands of this beautiful practice with others. Vivian is the co-founder of Yoga in Common.

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About Stoney Tham

Stoney is a very experienced yoga teacher who has been teaching full-time since 1997. She is also a certified Shiatsu practitioner and a Reiki master, whose experience and observations have enabled her to create unique forms of alternative therapy. Stoney guides her students towards being mindful of the moment, focusing on self-awareness while reaping therapeutic benefits.

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About Vaishali

Vaishali Iyer has been practicing yoga regularly since her teens and completed her 250-hour YTT in 2011. She started teaching Hatha Yoga and meditation while at university in Europe, before returning to Singapore in 2015. For her, yoga is a journey that leads to deeper and deeper understandings of herself and shows her how to live in the world with more gentleness, authenticity, strength and wisdom. She believes in using yoga to work with the body, mind and heart; strengthening the body, stilling the mind and opening the heart to cultivate a sense of peace and wholeness.