Bringing the Autogenic Sequence into our Yoga Practice (repeat of 2018 weekend)

Date
-
Time of Event
10:00 - 16:00
Event type
CPD points
15.0

This two-day workshop will give participants the opportunity to learn the full autogenic sequence for their own personal use, with an understanding of the theory behind this technique.  Sue ran this weekend for Yoga Scotland in the Scottish Borders and has been asked to run it again in Edinburgh. Autogenics can be used in conjunction with a yoga practice or as a relaxation practice on its own. Both days will include movement/asana. 

Day 1: 

Theory:                      Background to the technique

Practice:                    Introducing the first three formula and offloading exercises

Discussion: 
              Impact of negative emotional states on our well being

Day 2: 

Theory:                      Offloading negative emotional states; neuroscience and stress

Practice:                    Consolidating practice from day 1 and introducing final three formula

Discussion:               Positive affirmations and their use in autogenic training; differences/ similarities between autogenics and yoga techniques

 

Sue McLennan has been teaching yoga for over 35 years. Her first training was with Swami Visnudevanada at the Sivananda ashram in South India. She then studied over several years with Dr B P Pillai at the Institute of Yoga Therapy in Trivandrum. Based in the Scottish Borders, she works as a yoga therapist, massage therapist and teaches regular classes. She runs the Scottish School of Yoga Therapy and offers retreats in Spain. Sue is also an Autogenic therapist, having training with the British Autogenic Society in 2004, and teaches autogenics to both individuals and small groups. 

 

When you attend this course, your Yoga Scotland CPD points will be automatically accrued to your Yoga Scotland profile.

Price
£125.00
Member price
£95.00
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Tutors
Sue McLennan
yoga students meditating