Somatic Yoga Workshop - Finding Ease & Comfort in your Life
CPD Points: 6
When: 9am to 4.30pm, Sunday, 3 Jun 2018
Where: InSync Institute, Griffith, ACT
IYTA Member Price: $95 / Non-member: $105
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A one day workshop for ACT teachers and students.
Arrive at 8.45am for a 9am start. Workshop will finish at 4.30pm. Lunch will be catered for with a gluten free option.
This is the first weekend of winter so remember to dress warm and please bring socks and a shawl/blanket for warmth as well as your mat, blanket and your favourite cushion/bolster to sit on.
Any questions please contact Martha Luksza (ACT State Representative) on 0421 338 992.
Katrina Hinton is a 500 hour accredited yoga teacher from the respected Nature Care College and a member of Yoga Australia. She has trained with some of the luminaries of the yoga world and continues to regularly deepen her skills and understanding at local and international workshops.
Katrina specialises in Somatics; a mind-body-movement modality founded by Thomas Hanna, a student of Moshe Feldenkrais. Somatics is a movement therapy designed to re-learn our natural movement patterns so we can move with ease and relieve chronic pain associated with a host of muscular and postural conditions. Katrina is continuously using her own experience and her student’s as research for her classes and is grateful for the life-changing empathy that past injuries have bestowed. Her Somatics classes help people shine a light of new awareness on the way they experience their bodies and movement with more grace and ease.
Katrina teaches small personalised classes from her home studio in Canberra. She is one of only a handful of qualified yoga and Somatics movement educators trained by Donna Farhi, Lisa Petersen and Martha Peterson in Australia.
Katrina also offers individual somatic assessments to identify any postural or trauma related imbalances and prescribes customised somatics movements to address individual’s specific needs.