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|Course:||Chakra Overview & Balancing Workshop|
|Start Date:||6th February 2018|
|Fee:||£25.00 What's included?|
Morning workshop with lunch
Chakra is a Sanskrit word that means ‘wheel or disk’. Traditionally there are 7 main chakras, each of which is an energetic intersection and storage place that is believed to handle certain aspects of life. These should be flowing freely but if one of our chakras is blocked, this might show up as either a physical or emotional blockage. In this session you will first learn about each of the 7 chakras. During this half day workshop we will look at where each chakra lives in the body, what aspects of life they are associated with, recognising imbalance and ideas on how to balance them. In the second part of this session, we will complete a yoga and meditation practice that is focussed on balancing each of the chakras.
The morning will start with coffee at 10.30am and will finish with a three course lunch at 1.00pm
Bev Alderson is a general and workplace Yoga, Mindfulness and Stress Effectiveness Teacher with a strong corporate background, having spent 18+ years performing high pressured management roles in both the UK and Australia.
Understanding first-hand the impacts of a high-pressured lifestyle, Bev brings a fairlyunique and authentic perspective to her work. She has a practical delivery style and draws upon her personal experiences and the principles of stress effectiveness, mindfulness and yoga to support anyone wishing to create more balance in a busy world.
Bev provides presentations, workshops and comprehensive programmes through open events, conferences and workplace wellness programmes in line with each client’s preferences and goals.
Bev completed a Diploma in Yoga with the highly respected Qi Yoga School in Sydney in 2012 and with Sivananda in India in 2015. She also completed a Certificate in Stress Management with the London Centre for Coaching and Counselling in 2014, an ILM with the Stress Management Society in 2014 and a Diploma in Meditation with the British School of Meditation in 2016.
In its commitment to the arts and to broader and even peripheral aspects of culture, Dillington House is a beacon of enlightenment in a world of increasing sameness, mediocrity and uncritical acceptance. And there is much to be said for the home cooking too. I unhesitatingly commend it to all who are still intellectually alert.