11 November 2015

We are fortunate to have guest instructor, Annette Field, of Yoga Aspirations in Australia teaching 'Restore & Relax' yoga classes at Dili Wellness in November & December:

Sundays 22 & 29 November and 06 December, 2015
3:00-4:30pm @ Dili Wellness
$15usd per class.

Register and pay in advance to secure your space in class by contacting Colleen at: diliwellness@gmail.com or +670-7746-3733. Drop-ins welcome if there is space.

This afternoon class uses yoga practices to restore energy and deepen relaxation. The class includes the practice of asana, pranayama and meditation, and always includes Yoga Nidra, which is a practice of deep relaxation with awareness and which has many benefits, including developing the memory, increasing knowledge and creativity, and helping to transform one’s nature.

Annette Field teaches a holistic time-honoured system of yoga that includes asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing practices), and meditation in every class. Having worked as a social worker and anthropologist, Annette is interested in empowering others to overcome blockages in life that restrict them from developing into the best that they strive to become. After having a total knee replacement, Annette took up yoga and found that it increased the flexibility in her knee and brought her body back into alignment. For Annette, yoga is a journey, and she is inspired to follow a path of openness, authenticity, and courage, to reap the benefits yoga offers. Drawing on her experience, Annette respectfully encourages each person to harmonize their body, mind and emotions and to develop their deepest aspirations through yoga. She pays close attention to each individual’s particular needs. Annette is a registered teacher with Yoga Australia and an Accredited SATYANANDA YOGA® Teacher A32019, having completed 1440 hours of yoga studies, part of which was a four months Yogic Studies Course at Bihar Yoga Bharati, Munger, India. She has also completed the Yoga Anatomy: Principles Course with Leslie Kaminoff, as well as Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training.

No comments: