Fifth annual forrest yoga summer camp with Sandra Robinson and Helena Atkinson.
Get deeper into your yoga practice by spending 5 days exploring what your body and mind can do. This years theme is "What Miracles Can You Do Before Breakfast". What direction does your yoga practice want to take? Do you have to push yourself to progress, or would it be a bigger step to stop and relax into your practice? Sandra Robinson is a Forrest Yoga Guardian as well as a Body Psychotherapist. Together we will explore the body and the mind and see where it takes us. Bring paper and pen for the afternoon sessions.
Morning practices: Forrest Yoga intensive asana practices
Afternoon practices: Light asana, process work and partner work. There will also be time for a "yoga clinic" where you can ask us anything you want about your practice.
Investment: 2900 SEK
E-mail your details to email@example.com and sumbit your payment via PAYPAL or bankgiro 188-4600. Put SUMMER on your payment! The payment is non-refundable.
More about Sandra
Sandra Heider, MA, is the founder of Equilibrium Yoga and Well-Being Centres in Peteborough and Huntingdon (UK). She has been practising yoga since 1999 and has been teaching since 2005 when she qualified as a 200 hour Yoga Teacher under the guidance of Dr. Brian Cooper. Sandra initially practised and studied Ashtanga Yoga, but moved into Jivamukti and Forrest yoga in 2006 when did her first training with Ana Forrest. She completed the Jivamukti Yoga teacher training and the Forrest Yoga Foundation teacher training in 2007. Sandra is a certified Forrest Yoga Teacher and a Forrest Yoga Mentor – the only one in Europe at the moment. Since 2009 she has been assisting Ana Forrest at her workshops and teacher trainings throughout Europe.
In June 2014, Sandra completed her 5 year studies in body psychotherapy at CBPC in Cambridge (UK). Her interest lies in finding the integration between spirituality, psychotherapy and strong physical practices. At the heart of her teachings lies the assumption that we need to return to our bodies and to feeling in order to experience peace, acceptance and self-love, which in turn will lay the foundation for genuine relationships with other people.
Continuing Education for Teachers, CET:s, are for yoga teachers who want to expand their knowledge and experience. This course is aimed at yoga teachers but experienced yogis with an interest in anatomy will find it highly rewarding and are of course welcome to attend.
This is an experiential learning course that focuses on the 12 structural muscles that protect the spine and hold the skeleton in place. As structural muscles, they are fundamental to the integrity of the overall body and have a close relationship to the nervous system and functional movement. Yet, these key muscles are widely underused in our modern day living and underworked in most of our physical activity. By gaining a full understanding of functional anatomy you will be better placed to support your students and clients and work with them to remedy issues and you will also gain a greater understanding of your own yoga practice.
In this workshop you will:
- Gain an understanding of the function of these key muscles, how they interact, and how pain and injury can result when they're not functioning properly
- Discover how to identify and test the strength and function of these muscles both in yourself and with partners
- Experience using these muscles in poses – learn how to activate them and improve their strength and flexibility
This is a 3 day course.
Investment: SEK 3900:- [Please note that food and accommodation is not included in this price]
Date: 11-13 August
Need more info? Email Helena via firstname.lastname@example.org