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Yoga: An Introduction : Jaswinder Challi

"Yoga Practice Asanas: We will work with gentle postures and breathing techniques. The postures, will blend into one another in varying ways and hopefully give your body and mind a feeling of loosening and unlocking tightness and rigidness.Yoga Nidra Meditations: this is where you come and lie down on the floor and just completely let go and let me guide you. This is a progressive muscle relaxation technique that will vary slightly from week to week. It is highly relaxing and a brilliant de – stress technique. Sometimes the incorporation of the sound of music or drum will enhance the relaxation. For Yoga, please wear loose comfortable clothing, bring with you a yoga mat, small cushion, water to drink.Disclaimer: You are fully responsible for your practice and REC and their tutor cannot be liable for anything. As much as we support and guide you in our class, the ultimate responsibility lies with you, so please go at your own pace and be guided by your own intuition. It is recommended that you also speak to your GP and get confirmation that this is suitable if you have any medical conditions."

Tutor: Jaswinder Challi

Jaswinder Challi has been a therapist in the field of psychological therapies for over 25 years. These include Counselling/Psychotherapy/Hypnotherapy; as well as Energy work; Reiki; Crystal-Colour-Sound-Magnetic Healing. She has also been teaching now for 20 years in these areas and has been very active leading many groups and qualifying individuals. Another area that is passionate to her is Retreats, both National and International; these are based around the areas of her work. Yoga is something that she was originally doing for her own benefit, due to an imbalance with her hips and legs. She later began to introduce certain postures to her clients, to support their healing. After her training in Bali in 2014, she began to teach more 1:1 sessions on specific issues. This has also led her to do small group work teaching. Another trip to Bali (summer 2017) to deepen further her practice to share with her clients.. "