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Ethical Yoga – Introductory Course

Tue 31 Mar 2015, 6.15pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course *SOLD OUT*

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topics 

31 Mar - What’s “Core” Strength? 

7 Apr - Structuring of the Asana 

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


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Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

Tue 31 Mar 2015, 7.45pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topics 

31 Mar - What’s “Core” Strength? 

7 Apr - Structuring of the Asana 

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


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Community

Ethical Yoga – Introductory Course

Tue 7 Apr 2015, 6.15pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topics  

7 Apr - Structuring of the Asana 

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


Image of Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

Community

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

Tue 7 Apr 2015, 7.45pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topics 

7 Apr - Structuring of the Asana 

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


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Nic Marks - Happiness at Work: A crazy idea, or realistically achievable?

Wed 8 Apr 2015, 19:00

Now Live Events presents

Nic Marks - Happiness at Work: A crazy idea, or realistically achievable?

A self-development workshop in partnership with Psychologies Magazine (www.psychologies.co.uk)

We typically spend more than 100,000 hours at work in our lifetimes. After sleep, it’s our second biggest daily activity. So, while being happy at work might sound weird - the alternative isn’t attractive.

In this workshop - a mixture of interesting research & hands-on exercises, you will learn:

How happiness at work helps us perform better

How to be happier at work

How to create a happier workplace for you and your colleagues

Nic Marks is a recognised expert in happiness and wellbeing research. His TED talk on the happy Planet index and the Five Ways to Wellbeing has been watched over a million times. Recently he founded Happiness Works - a business with a social purpose - to create happier workplaces.

Tickets: £18

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Community

Ethical Yoga – Introductory Course

Tue 14 Apr 2015, 6.15pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topic

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


Image of Ethical Yoga – Introductory Course

Community

Ethical Yoga – Introductory Course

Tue 14 Apr 2015, 7.45pm

Conway Hall Ethical Society & YogaPod London presents

Ethical Yoga - Introductory Course

We hear a lot these days, that “yoga” is good for us. But why is that and what it is good for? Can yoga be for anyone? Does it need to be ‘spiritual’ to be of benefit? 

Over the four-week course, you will be introduced to fundamentals of the yoga “asana”, how to align the body, counter hyper-mobility, improve posture, core strength and safety techniques to ensure your own practice is muscle and not joint based.

Nicole Frances-Galtié became a qualified yoga teacher in 2006, after completing the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT training at OmStation3 in West London. Her own practice and teaching style is focused on the physiological building blocks of a good practice. Alignment is key and understanding how each individual body responds to yoga training is of paramount importance, you’ll never be made to conform to a perfect pose, but you will learn to build a pose from the ground up, so that it’s aligned, supported, safe and beneficial. 

Introductory Course Topic

14 Apr - What makes a “dynamic” practice? 

Each session lasts 75 minutes.

Tickets £5 per session


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Courses & Workshops

Introduction to German

Wed 15 April, 6.30pm

Lingua Diversa Group presents 

German “taster” lesson for beginners

The Lingua Diversa Group was founded by Esther and Lucio in 2002. In this introductory lesson they offer you the chance to have a first exposure to the German language and learn some basics.

Come and see for yourself how enjoyable and interesting it is to learn German with communicative and fun activities!

The lesson lasts one hour. It is very popular so book your place in advance as there are only maximum 10 students in each group.

Bookings are taken on a first-come first-served basis. 

Tickets: £5. To book your place please email us at info@linguadiversa.co.uk.


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Introduction to Spanish

Wed 15 April, 6.30pm

Lingua Diversa Group presents 

Spanish “taster” lesson for beginners

The Lingua Diversa Group was founded by Esther and Lucio in 2002. In this introductory lesson they offer you the chance to have a first exposure to the Spanish language and learn some basics.

Come and see for yourself how enjoyable and interesting it is to learn Spanish with communicative and fun activities!

The lesson lasts one hour. It is very popular so book your place in advance as there are only maximum 10 students in each group.

Bookings are taken on a first-come first-served basis. 

Tickets: £5. To book your place please email info@linguadiversa.co.uk.


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Courses & Workshops

Introduction to Brazilian-Portuguese

Thu 16 April, 6.30pm

Lingua Diversa Group presents 

Brazilian-Portuguese “taster” lesson for beginners

The Lingua Diversa Group was founded by Esther and Lucio in 2002. In this introductory lesson they offer you the chance to have a first exposure to the Brazilian-Portuguese language and learn some basics.

Come and see for yourself how enjoyable and interesting it is to learn Brazilian-Portuguese with communicative and fun activities!

The lesson lasts one hour. It is very popular so book your place in advance as there are only maximum 10 students in each group.

Bookings are taken on a first-come first-served basis. 

Tickets: £5. To book your place please email us at info@linguadiversa.co.uk.


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