Workshops with Sandra Heider in Hamburg Germany
- 09-26-2014 12:00 to 09-28-2014 14:00
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Sandra Heidier – the only Forrest Yoga Mentor Guardian in Europe – will be doing a series of workshops in Hamburg September 26 – September 28
Hands and Feet Connection with the Earth:
Friday September 26 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
This workshop invites you to slow down, to breathe deeper and to feel the body.
Physically, this workshop concentrates primarly on standing positions and secondly on inversions with the aim to feel the hands and feet and to keep in the contact with the earth. Mentally and emotionally, you will learn to be present and to be in the moment. That will help you to find inner peace and to be more grounded.
Hips: joy, passion and emotions
Saturday September 27. Part 1 1:00pm – 3:30 pm Part 2 4:30 – 7:00pm
The first part of this workshop is focused on hip openers – to set free the energy in the hips. The intention is to let go, let flow the emotions and to rediscover joy and passion. With the help of intentional Forrest Yoga sequencing, the energy blocks in the hips will be released.
The second part of this workshop will focus on exploring sensuality, joy and passion. You will have the chance to ask questions in order to understand Forrest Yoga from the cognitive side. There will be a simple asana practice to help get emotionally deeper into it.
These two workshop build on each other. We recommend you to take both parts. This is an excellent workshop for couples.
The Jawbone: Express your personal truth
Sunday September 28 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
This workshop will focus on relaxation of the neck and jawbone, which is a “basic move“ in Forrest Yoga. Both the neck and jawbone are related to the expression of our personal truth, which is sometimes challenging for us. Backward bends are used to open the chest, throat, and jawbone. This evolves the courage to express what is important to us and what our heart says. We will also use sounds, to loosen enegy blocks.
All of these workshops are physically intensive, but beginners with some yoga experience, and a willingness to work, are welcome.
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