Foundations of an Embodiment Yoga Practice
PART 1: OUR BODY IS OUR BRAIN
Fri. Feb. 7th – Sun. Feb. 9th
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
This intensive is divided into 2 parts.
* CEUS (Continuing Educational Units) Available for Yoga Teachers taking full course.
PART ONE: OUR BODY IS OUR BRAIN
- Somatic awareness & embodiment: cultivating spatial & emotional Intelligence through Proprioception & Interoception.
- The Anatomy of Breath via the 3 Diaphragms
- Our Autonomic Nervous System, the Vagus Nerve & the Relaxation Response
- The Polyvagal Theory and its application in somatic and yoga therapy
- Movement and touch to embody the integration of the organs, connective tissue, and breath to effect movement efficacy vital to eliminating strain and tension.
- Restorative tools for nervous system regulation
- Bodywork: Gentle hands-on exploration for repatterning and releasing chronic holding areas
This trauma-informed yoga intensive will shine a light on our habitual but unconscious neurological patterning that manifest into how we move through life – our breath, posturing, reactivity, and relationship to self and others.
We will learn mind-body techniques that hone our sensory awareness to awaken our patterns of behavior, stimulate homeostatic mechanisms and improve the regulation of our autonomic nervous system.
These patterns emerge deep from our life’s experiences, predisposition,
Our body is made up of two-third fluids just as the planet we inhabit.
Organs, fascia, blood, lymph, cerebral spinal fluids form our fluid-filled internal environment. Integrated through the various structures systems of our body, these fluids support our three-dimensional movement, providing fullness and buoyancy from within, and give us new experiences of volume, fluidity, and connectivity.
When we are able to differentiate and integrate these systems, illuminate internal relationships and pathways from inner to outer expression, create new ways to experience our authentic nature, as well as regulate the inflammatory and immune responses, and maintain proper organ and metabolic functions.
Bringing together movement, breath and bodywork This workshop will hone your kinaesthetic awareness of multiple body systems, and offer new perspective on yoga, alignment, movement, breath, and touch.
You will learn to sense and explore movement through the fluid content of the body, learn how to cultivate a mindful and practical dialogue in healing from pain, injuries, anxiety & stress, and explore intuitive and embodied ways to integrate this information into your practice and teaching:
About the teacher: Daphne Chua
INTEGRATING BODYWORK, YOGA & MOVEMENT THERAPY
Accommodation Recommendations ~
(accommodation not included)
After checking a few of the places near Wild Rose Yoga Studio and checking available dates of Feb. 6th – Morning of Feb. 12th , 60 Blue House is close, clean and simple.
Several students of WRYS have stayed there and enjoyed their time there and it is about a 7 minute walk to WRYS.
Our favorite place to send friends and family is Good Morning Chiang Mai/ Tropical Inn, Agoda says it is sold out but I talked to the staff and they have a room available for 1800 THB a night including breakfast. If, interested I can go to Good Morning Chiang Mai and make your reservation personally.
Another place you might try that is close to WRYS is Pai Residence Chiang Mai.
Our great pick that is about a 3 minute walk to WRYS in an ALL WOMEN Hostel Room setting is 33 Poshtel. Located a small walk to WRYS 33 Poshtel has a nice small swimming pool, communal kitchen and clean fun and trendy decor.
We are located in the South Gate (Chiang Mai Gate) Area of the Old City in Chiang Mai with many places to pick from we suggest hostelworld to look over for additional option and also
Travelfish.org has another list of places to stay.
Part One: 3 days/ 15 hours, Investment 7250 THB
Payments will be made in person or by transfer, Paypal or Transferwise payment to our Bangkok Bank Business account.
Participants are responsible for all fees and charges ( sending and receiving fees) that are added – outstanding balances can be made in cash upon the first day of the course.
To Receive the Early Bird Price, payment must be paid in Full by Jan. 1st.
50% non-refundable deposit is required for formal confirmation of place in the course, by Jan. 15th. Balance is due in cash upon arrival on Feb. 7th at check in.
Please reach out to Rose if you have any questions, wildroseyoga@gmail.
This course is for yoga practitioners, yoga teachers, athletes, dancers, bodyworkers, healthcare providers, social workers etc… who have an interest in exploring the embodied biological process so we can learn to regulate our stress response, and move through life with greater ease and resilience.
A certification of Continuing Education Units will be given upon completion of full 25 hours.
You will be able to apply these tools for teaching yoga or movement, self-care, or in offering bodywork to support your clients and your loved ones.