In this Yin workshop you will go deeper with longer held asanas/poses to create
greater calmness of the mind and more openness and flexibility of the body.
Holding poses longer and passively in a Yin practice is deeply nourishing and has a
myriad of benefits, for both the body and the mind.
Allowing the body to be still once in these poses, leads to stillness of the breath,
which in turn leads to stillness of the mind and when these conditions are met, deep
awareness is possible.
Annie McGhee is a long-term Tibetan Buddhist student and yoga teacher. Her classes are well known for their warmhearted teaching style, influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, to help develop an openhearted approach to life. She has been practising and studying yoga for more than five decades and has been teaching many styles of yoga for over 30 years. Annie has led numerous yoga and meditation retreats, workshops and classes in Australia, Indonesia, Nepal and India.
Suitable for all levels.
Please bring your own mat and bolster and wear comfortable, modest clothing.
If you wish to have lunch at the Big Love Cafe please book separately here at least 24 hours ahead.
This will be Annie’s final workshop in 2023 – her workshops are very popular, so book early to avoid disappointment. She’ll be back in February 2024.
Held in the Wellbeing Centre. Click here for a venue Copy of Chenrezig map 2021.docx.
$108 per person
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