Yin 3 - The Oriental Energetic Map - Sydney
CPD Points: 25
When: 9.00am to 5.00pm, Saturday, 17 Aug 2019 - Sunday, 18 Aug 2019
Where: 16 Vantage Place, Thornleigh NSW 2120
IYTA Member Price: $295-$395 / Non-member: $395-$495
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This two-day workshop is for Yoga teachers and practitioners who want to explore the Oriental Energetic Map to broaden their understanding of the Energetic Layer of the body and the use of Qi Gong breathing/meditation and pressure points in a yin posture.
It is taught by Dr Jeff Lou. Jeff started a yoga and meditation practice with his mother as a child more than 30 years ago. Over this time, he has studied and practiced extensively in styles such as Hatha, Ashtanga, Jiamukti, Yin, Anusara and Vinyasa. Jeff is a registered Chinese Medicine Doctor with the Ministry of Health in the People's Republic of China, he also holds a PhD in TCM from the top Chinese Medicine research institute in the world (CATCM). In addition, he is a principal lecture with the IFA for Aromatherapy and Massage.
- Previous completion of IYTA Yin 1 workshop - strongly advised or attedance at other Yin workshops, particularly if the goal is a Yin 3 Certificate of Completion
About our Yin Instructor:
Jeff started his yoga and meditation practice with his mother as a child more than 30 years ago. Over this time he has studied and practiced extensively in styles such as Hatha, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Yin, Anusara and Vinyasa. Yoga to Jeff is a pathway to self-love and self-acceptance, he believes only by knowing who you are, can you truly understand the world around you, thereby living in harmony with-in and with-out; and every other 'physical improvements' that comes with yoga are just the icing on the cake. Jeff is also a qualified and registered therapist in other healing modalities like Acupuncture, TCM, Shiatsu, Remedial massage, Spiritual Healing and Aromatherapy.
In Jeff's classes, alignment, form and intention are emphasised. A steady practice where mind and body are equally important and responsible for reaching a level of mental peach and relaxation, while maintaining postures that may present a physcial challenge to the practitioner. This is the very essence of equanimity that yoga teaches us to manoeuvre through life's many situations.