Thursday March 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8.30 pm
The session will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend on the day, please make your booking
and I will send you the recording as soon after the event as I can.
'On-Line' with Monica Voss presenting
'Still / Life'
Awareness is rare, elusive and fleeting. Sometimes we experience
insight in stillness and sometimes in movement and when we feel free
to explore both - and pace and rhythm - in our own time, we tend to
discover what’s best for our well being at any given moment,
moment to moment.
Join this workshop and practise continuous movement, stopping and
starting, and elongated periods of stillness and determine the form
and structure of your yoga practice by yourself.
If you are a teacher this workshop is suitable for FRYOG CPD and BWY CPD. Please let me know if you intend to add this session to your ‘points’, as I will need to note your attendance in case I am asked to verify your attendance to your teaching body.
Monica Voss began her yoga studies in 1978 with Esther Myers, trained to teach with Esther, and has been teaching at the Studio since 1981. She came to yoga with a background in drama and movement and has degrees in English Literature and Education.
Monica, a former Iyengar style yoga teacher, Monica studied with Vanda Scaravelli from 1986-1998, adopting Vanda’s philosophy of practicing yoga effortlessly. “If you find yourself straining,” says Monica, “you are making a mistake.” Rather, she recommends developing an “inner connection”and 'first becoming comfortable'. Moving into the poses using the rhythm of the breath and the support of the ground resonates deeply for her and she continues to draw inspiration from Vanda’s and Esther’s teaching, from the natural world, from complementary modalities, from study, and from interaction and dialogue with students and colleagues.
Monica has studied and practised yoga for over 40 years, has been instructing since 1981 and has been training teachers since 1986. Monica Voss lives and teaches in Toronto, Canada and with three fundamental principles that sum up the essence of her hatha yoga philosophy: 1) ground yourself, 2) breathe deeply, and 3) lengthen your spine. The rest of the posture will fall into place. However, most of us don’t know how to feel our spines. We can’t see them. They have become “anonymous”, and we need to bring them back to life, says Monica.
She is co-owner and director of Esther Myers Yoga Studio in Toronto, Canada. and in addition to teaching weekly classes in Toronto, she offers workshops, retreats and teacher training in Canada, Great Britain, Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Costa Rica.
She has been offering annual workshops in the UK since 1989. She has been coming to Yoga for Harmony since 2012 either 'on-line' or 'in-person'.
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