If there is one certainty in life... it is the fact that nothing is impermanent. As humans, we like stability and change and uncertainty causes us stress and anxiety. What can we do to feel more grounded and stable? What can we do with our body and our mind to help us to cope? In this workshop learn how the philosophy of yoga and the importance of the body and mind connection.
Topics to be covered:
A brief introduction to the 8 limbs of yoga What does it mean to be grounded? How can we feel more rooted mentally and physically? What is the concept of impermanence? What does it mean to practice detachment? How can the philosophy of yoga be taken off the mat and into your everyday life? This workshop is ideal for anyone who has an interest in diving deeper into the practice of yoga. Perhaps you have been practicing the physical postures for a while now, but the physical postures are merely one small part of the practice of yoga. Join us to learn more and enrich your practice. As you deepen your practice, your practice will become more meaningful and therapeutic...
Date: Saturday, Nov 7 Time: 1:30 - 3:30 Cost: $45+tax
This workshop is offered in-studio at Énergie EnCorps or virtually via Zoom.
Rozel Gonzales, owner of Energie Encorps, brings over 20 years of teaching experience to this teacher training. A traditionally trained Ashtanga instructor, Rozel teaches with compassion and an open-heart, truly there to encourage her students to grow in body, mind, and spirit... teaching from the understanding that yoga is for all.
Rozel is passionate about continuous learning and travels each year to attends teacher training, workshops and classes to deepen her practice. Grateful for the teachers in her life, Mark and Shankara Darby and Manju Jois, son of the late Ashtanga guru, Pattabhi Jois, Rozel continues to evolve and change as she meets other amazing teachers along her life long journey. In 2017 Rozel became a registered massage therapist and was Roll Model trained to incorporate myofascial release with YogatuneUp therapy balls. Each year she is committed to learning more to bring back to her students and to the studio.