Leading The Self – The deeper dimensions of yoga teaching
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Start Date: Saturday 22nd September 2018
End Date: Sunday 23rd September 2018
Time: 09:30 - 17:30
Duration: 2 Days
Two-day experiential module based on the developmental framework of adult development. As yoga teachers, we are called to serve a bigger purpose of evolution. At this time on the planet, we are been asked to step up and off the mat. This starts with leading the self.
1. Power of Purpose: Pulling focus Aligning yoga with the bigger purpose of your life. where yoga teaching fits into that and expanding that. Finding your unique signature as a yoga teacher Teaching and serving from a sovereign sustainable power base.
2. Strengthening and stretching your core competencies as a teacher Capacity to hold and facilitate safe space Finding your unique voice Standing into your presence and power as a teacher.
Teacher, inquirer, wisdom seeker, change maker Mari has been exploring and experimenting with what it means to live a full and meaningful life, for the past 14 years. In her work, she weaves ancient wisdom practices with contemporary developmental psychology, neuroscience, Integral spirituality and Zen.
After two decades as manager and strategist, she stepped off the corporate ladder to pick up her passion – personal and societal change, adult development and potential; first becoming a yoga teacher, then a coach, a mindfulness teacher and then an Integral facilitator. The journey was sometimes messy and circuitous, often unclear but always worth it!
She has been a yoga teacher since 2005 and she loves every minute of teaching. Her journey as a yogi has challenged her to step up into living intentionally, bravely, responsibility and aligned to her deepest self. This has led her to set up an organisational development and coaching business and to curate creative projects that ask big questions about society. She has coached CEOs, managing partners, leadership teams, leading Irish creatives and artists and in particular, women who want to live a more empowered life. Her creative projects include Census of The Heart and Ireland: Iceland project
Her daily practice and self-study are the foundation of her work with the ongoing guidance of her teachers past and present. They include Diane Musho Hamilton (Zen, facilitation, mindfulness), Dolores Whelan (Celtic Wisdom), Joan Davis (embodiment/ somatics) Rosella Baroncini ( Scaravelli yoga), John Friend & Sianna Sherman( Anusara yoga ), Abbi Galvin (Katonah yoga) Mary O’Callaghan ( Mindfulness & Self Compassion), Rob McNamara (Developmental psychology & coaching) Chloe Goodchild ( Naked voice)
The elbowroom has an extensive range of classes for all ages and abilities. We offer such an eclectic mix to enable you to find something that will suit you. If you need any advice, please contact our class advisor who can point you in the right direction.