Osteopath and Yoga teacher John Stirk, author of The Original
Body, Primal Movement for Yoga Teachers, and Somatic therapist and
Chakra maven Anodea Judith, author of Wheels of life, Eastern Body
Western Mind and Chakra Yoga, combine forces for a profound
exploration of body, mind and spirit.
This rare event invites you to move beyond your conditioning and
habits to more deeply enter your physical body as the temple for
your spirit, witnessed through awareness of the subtle body and
your chakras. The result will be a deeper understanding of your
tissues, your chakras, your yoga and your aliveness, all discovered
through the laboratory of your own body.
• Does our conditioning inhibit the experience of our authenticity
• Is there a way to move from the deep resources of the body that
enhances the flow of subtle energy?
• Can we let go of doing yoga in a way that lets yoga do us
• Can the spirit and soul fly together as a result of this
* * * If booking for more than one person, please do so by
calling 020 7483 3344. Do not book via website or the second person
will not appear on the roster. * * *
Anodea Judith PhD has been writing and teaching
about chakras for over 40 years. With translations of her best
selling books in 21 languages, she is an international workshop
presenter, much loved for her lively and engaging workshops on
chakras, therapy, manifestation, and social change. With a Masters
in clinical psychology, a Doctorate in mind-body medicine, and four
decades of teaching and therapy experience, she combines yoga,
bioenergetics, trauma work, and energy medicine in a unique and
valuable offering, see www.AnodeaJudith.com or www.SacredCenters.com.
John Stirk has been teaching Yoga and body
mind movement for over 40 years. He has published three books and
teaches internationally. His work aims to deepen and broaden the
yoga experience by inviting students to sink beneath existing
knowledge and practical application and draw out their deeper
practitioner. John’s interest in the impediments to understanding,
compassion and freedom from the self, informs his posture based
work which attends to the physical while simultaneously questioning
the nature of conditioning in its various guises. He graduated as
an Osteopath in 1983 at The College of Osteopaths in London where
he subsequently lectured in bio-mechanics and practical osteopathy.
His main influences include R.D. Laing with whom he ran body –mind
workshops, classical osteopathy, BKS Iyengar and Vanda Scaravelli
with whom he had personal tuition for several years and J.
Krishnamurti see www.johnstirk.com.