"Self Care": The Ayurvedic and Yogic way.
SPECIAL SUNDAY WORKSHOP
with MARIANNE and DEBBIE!
SUNDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2016
Explore and learn how to apply SELF CARE in your daily routine with AYURVEDA and YOGA.
Marianne will guide you through practical advice based on Ayurvedic principles in order to recognize toxins in your body, improve your digestive power, and balance your own unique constitution.
After a short break, Debbie will teach a traditional hatha yoga class with asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), relaxation and meditation. This classical system of yoga nourishes a peaceful and balanced body mind system.
We will end the workshop with simple and uplifting mantra chanting accompanied by harmonium (a classical Indian instrument). You can join in singing or simply listen, letting the healing sounds of the mantras resonate through your body in a meditative way.
What to bring:
There will be a half hour break in between sessions. Water, herbal tea and juice will be provided. Mats and blankets will be provided, however, you may wish to bring for your own comfort items such as cushion, shawl or blanket.
Please bring writing materials to take notes during the Ayurvedic workshop, as these references may be useful to you in the future.
About the teachers:
Marianne and Debbie met in India in 2007 while practicing Yoga under the guidance of Swami Shivanandji.
Through this experience, Debbie was inspired to follow the yoga path, training as a yoga teacher with the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre (India) in 2008. Since then her practice has flourished and deepened in other aspects of Yoga, such as meditation, chanting and living a Yogic life (yogadivya.com).
Marianne who was already a qualified Yoga teacher (B.W.Y dipl) since 1991, studied in parallel the Science of Ayurveda with Dr Robert Svoboda for over 10 years, and more recently completed a 4 year full time Master degree in Ayurvedic Medicine from Middlesex University. She now runs a practice in Holborn, London, specializing in arthritis and stress management
Both are very happy to combine and share their knowledge and personal experience by offering workshops and retreats. They believe that these two ‘sister disciplines’ which have their root in ancient India, can enhance modern day living, and lead us to have a greater understanding of our true nature.
Farnham - How to get there?
Address: The Studio Durham House
30 East Street, Farnham Surrey, GB GU9 7SW
From London: Best station is Waterloo, trains to 'Alton' run every half hour and it takes about 1 hour to arrive at Farnham Station. The center is about 10 minutes walk or you can catch a taxi right outside the station.
By car: Farnham has some one way system (see map below) Parking on Sunday is free in the council car parks. The closest is Dogflud Way, just around the corner from the venue. In addition there are several car parks free of charge on Sundays in town, only 5-10 minutes walking to the venue.