Yoga Workshop – Kara-Leah Grant November 11th

The Power of Presence – Unravelling the stories that shape your yoga practice

It’s not just our bodies that shape our experience of yoga, it’s also our minds. Paying attention to our minds as we practice can profoundly shift our experience on the mat.In this three hour exploratory workshop facilitated by Prana Flow yoga teacher Kara-Leah Grant, we’ll examine the ideas, stories and beliefs each of us has about yoga in general, about our bodies, and about our practices.

Through the power of attention, and intention, we’ll decide which of these ideas, stories and beliefs empower us and our practice, and which ideas, stories and beliefs no longer serve us. Expect to share, breath, practice, laugh, learn, wonder and delight.

Registration:

Please e-mail teanauyoga@gmail.com to register. Payment in full ($40 for TAY members and $50 for non-members) is required to reserve your place (limited to 18 persons).

Time: 6-9:00 pm

Venue: Fiordland Medical Centre Community Room.

More about Kara-Leah:  A story-teller and yoga teacher, Kara-Leah is fascinated by the way our minds and psyches shape our bodies and experiences on the yoga mat. Currently wrapping up her 200 Hr Prana Flow Certifcation with Shiva Rea, Kara-Leah is the founder and editor of The Yoga Lunchbox, New Zealand’s on-line yoga magazine, and solo mum to her toddler son.

You can read more about Kara-Leah in her Yoga Lunchbox Teacher Profile.

http://theyogalunchbox.co.nz/
http://theyogalunchbox.co.nz/2008/12/03/dunedin-yoga-teacher-kara-leah-grant/

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