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Investment £15.00

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Gong Bath Relaxation and Meditation with Nick Stolerman

Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm

Upcoming Dates: 9 September 2019, 7 October 2019, 11 November 2019, 9 December 2019, 13 January 2020, 3 February 2020, 2 March 2020, 20 April 2020, 11 May 2020, 1 June 2020, 6 July 2020

If you have never experienced a Gong Bath, you're in for a treat! Apart from its mesmerising sound, the gong has been shown to have therapeutic value: to detoxify, reduce blood pressure, relieve stress and stimulate the immune system. All you have to do is lay down and let the sounds wash over you.

Self care: Although he has never come across any health issues, if you are in the first three months of pregnancy, it is advisable not to do any type of yoga or gong meditation. If you wear hearing aids, it is best to remove them so you experience the gong directly, not amplified in any way. While the sound is not particularly loud, if you have a sound sensitive condition such as epilepsy, or wear a pacemaker, then a gong bath might not be for you. If you would like to discuss anything about the session, please contact Nick on 0787-966-6921


Investment £15.00

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Restorative Yoga

Time: 1.30pm - 2.30pm

Upcoming Dates: 11th July, 19th September, 17th October, 21st November, 12th December

Restful, restorative yoga can help to:

  • reduce blood pressure
  • improve the immune function
  • improve digestion
  • fertility
  • reduce muscle tension
  • reduce fatigue

In this class Jenni will teach deeply relaxing yoga with plenty of space for relaxation. Bolsters, blankets and props will be provided to ensure deep comfort so you an unwind and let go.

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Investment: £50.00

(£5 from every ticket will go to Shelter)

Emergency First Aid at Work - for Yoga Teachers

Time: 10.00am - 4.30pm (registration 9.30am)

Date: 6th Sept 2019

Level 3 QNUK


Investment £35.00

Wild Woman's Circle

Time:  1.00pm - 3.00pm

Date: Wednesday 11 September 2019 

An exploration of women's spiritual and sensual power.
We will form together a sacred and nourishing women's circle, rediscovering the ancient feminine principle so inclusion, spontaneity, sensing, dynamism and living rhythmically. We will embody them, deepening int our natural feminine essence, becoming resourced in our bodies, our homes and our radiant presence in the world.

We will use a range of techniques to invite deeper connection - discussion, guided exercises, imagery, alchemy, dance, ritual and silence.


Investment £45.00

Teaching Yoga for Dementia

Time:  - 10.00am - 1.00pm

Date: Sunday 29th September 2019 

This workshop will give you yoga tools to support people with dementia whether they are your yoga students, someone you know or a family member. Through this workshop you will be come a "dementia friend" you will learn safeguarding tools, understand challenges and rewards of supporting people with dementia through yoga and given practical tools for running a yoga session for people with dementia. Richard will also ensure you leave with further information, resources and opportunities for learning more about supporting people with dementia through yoga.


Investment £35.00

Accounting for Yoga Teachers

Time:  - 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Date: Sunday 29th September 2019 

This course will give you skills to successfully manage your accounts as a yoga teacher whether you teach a variety of classes at different studios, run your own yoga studio or mix teaching with other offerings. You will have the opportunity to ask questions in advance whether they are connected to tax or day to day accounting. This workshop is a companion to Yoga Teachers Forum event "Yoga & Money".

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Preventing Burn Out - for Yoga Teachers

Date: 14th October 2019

Time: 11.30am - 1.00pm

How do we balance teaching with other professions, personal, family and social commitments.  We will explore how we can replenish ourselves as teachers so we are teaching with energy and clarity.

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Investment £45.00

Teaching Yoga for Cancer

Time: 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Date: 4th November 2019 

A workshop for yoga teachers who wish to work with those affected by cancer, and for therapists and cancer professionals who wish to offer some yoga practises to their clients. This 3 hour CPD workshop will give you practical skills that you can take away with you to confidently and safely work with people affected by cancer.

Investment £45.00

Erotic Yoga for Sexual Vitality

Time: 1.30pm - 4.30pm

Date: 18th November 2019 

This unique afternoon is for you whether you’re experiencing a little or lots of sexual desire!  We’ll explore why this subject is important and as well why it can be a little challenging, before delving into delicious practices to connect to and cultivate your sexual energy. This is a non-intimate, clothes-on events. Open to all women. 
This workshop offers practices that:
  • are a gift to yourself, a space to connect with or discover your erotic and sensual self, or to simply charge up your energy
  • support you to open up, clear and transform your energy through practices including Sexual Vitality Chi Gung to activate, circulate and transform your sexual energy – your vital life force – with regular practice you feel more radiant and alive!
  • support you to cultivate self-love and body love – the practices empower you to make difference choices about your body and your life as you learn to listen to your body wisdom
  • help you towards slowing down, softening, relaxing and stillness – the perfect antidote to the often hard, fast and stressful world
  • can support your healing from past experiences and enhance current wellbeing, whether bringing more harmony to your menstrual cycle, helping you to navigate changes during peri-menopause, during and after menopause
  • ignite and strengthen your ‘pleasure body’ – increasing your sensitivity, sensuality and capacity for pleasure in your whole body and your life
  • a set of foundational skills to explore your sexuality in new ways, whether on your own or with another/others
  • are held within a healing, safe, inspiring and playful women’s circle
  • You will leave with audio and video support to enable you to continue these practices at home.

Investment £45.00

If both the ‘Hypermobility’ workshop and the ‘Trauma Sensitive Yoga’ workshops are taken, there is a combined discount rate of £80.

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Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Date: 7th February 2020 

We all want to feel safe. As yoga teachers, our highest goal is for all our students to feel as safe as possible. Unknowingly through our words or actions, we can trigger symptoms and responses in individuals with experiences of trauma.

The goal of trauma-sensitive yoga is for trauma survivors to develop a greater sense of mind-body connection, ease their physiological experiences of trauma, gain a greater sense of ownership over their bodies, and augment their overall well-being.

This workshop is open to:
- both trainee and qualified yoga teachers
- practitioners with an embodied experience of trauma who would like to learn more about self-management and reclaiming their agency and sense of self in a yoga class.


Investment £45.00

If both the ‘Hypermobility’ workshop and the  ‘Trauma Sensitive Yoga’ workshops are taken, there is a combined discount rate of £80.

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Hypermobility for Yoga Teachers & Students

Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm

Date: 13th March 2020 

Very flexible? Think you might be hypermobile? Or maybe you are a yoga teacher and think that some of your students might be?

Yoga is often thought of as a practice to increase flexibility. Having a very flexible body may be thought of as an advantage. It needs to be addressed with awareness and sensitivity, however, in order to avoid pain and injury.

This workshop is open to :
- both trainee and qualified yoga teachers
- practitioners who would like to learn more about managing their practice safely.


Investment £90.00

Teaching Chair Yoga

Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Date: 27th March 2020

Empower yourself with the skill set to provide adults who are less mobile an opportunity to participate in traditional yoga classes. You will learn how to guide the less-abled towards maintaining mobility through yoga practice. You will discover how to create engaging, interactive classes, using anti-rheumatic methods to release tension in the limbs and joints. You will learn how to plan and structure yoga session for adults with physical restrictions both in group and one to one settings. By the end of the day you will have learned skills to help empower a less mobile person to use yoga to become physically, emotionally and psychologically stronger. Some techniques can also be used for those who work in seated environments to "take their yoga off the mat and into the world"
yoga and money

Investment: £20.00

Yoga & Money - for Yoga Teachers

Date: 25th November 2019

Time: 11.30am - 1.00pm

Do you have regular processes in place for administration and have you analysed your fixed costs, your occasional costs, your income streams and ultimately what you need to make teaching viable?  This morning will give you space and time to address these challenges and more associated with money challenges and yoga.


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If you are a yoga teacher in North London you are invited to join the Yoga Teacher’s Forum London. Each meeting will be led by a yoga teacher and will look at a particular topic of interest.  The meeting will be eligible for 2 CPD hours.

The forum currently meets one Wednesday per month at Maple Close Studio  between 1.30-3.30pm

Meetings by invitation:

  • Wednesday 17th July 2019 - “Yoga Therapy” led by Carl Hargreaves
  • Wednesday 25th September 2019 - “Art Meditation & Creative Yoga” led by Tonia Daisy Mee
  • Wednesday 30th October 2019 - “Following Your Heart’s Path” led by Nina Rashid
  • Wednesday 27th November 2019 - “Yoga & Creativity” led by Monica Ruiz
  • Wednesday 29th January 2020 - “Pre & Postnatal Yoga” led by Jill Miller
  • Wednesday 26th February 2020 - “Hasta Mudras & Hands in Yoga” led by Joanna Benn
  • Wednesday 25th March 2020 - “Running Retreats, Workshops and Training Courses for Yoga Teachers” led by Judy Sampathy, Yoga United
  • Wednesday 29th April 2020 - “Practical Tips for Your Yoga Business” led by Dawn Wright

Other events suitable for teachers will take place throughout the year.  Please contact Julia directly if you would like to join the group and to find out more about the regular Wednesday meetings.

Visit our Teacher's Forum page for more information

Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/yogateachersforum/

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Julia is now running the British Wheel of Yoga In Service Training Day:

Rhythms of Womanhood:

Yoga for a Woman’s Life Cycle – Menarche to Wise Woman

Please contact Julia directly if you would like to arrange for this day to take place in your BWY region.