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Andrew Wrenn

I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems, I discovered the benefits of yogic practice in my late 20s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

Since the late 90s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental wellbeing. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher, Clive Sheridan.

I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion. I teach regularly on Ekhart Yoga – watch my tutorials here.

Session

C1 Arrive, Let Go and Immerse Yourself In The Practice And Philosophy Of Yoga
Date: Friday 29 Apr 2022 Time: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

This session will give you the opportunity to arrive to your practice, to arrive to yourself, to arrive to the Sangha weekend using the tools of yoga, mudra, pranayama and asana.

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H2 Eights Limbs Or Eight Steps? (ZOOM)
Date: Saturday 30 Apr 2022 Time: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Understanding and putting into practice the physical and philosophical aspects of yoga in your teaching and practice.

A talk/workshop and class infused with the principles of yoga. We all have an understanding of mechanics, the more physical aspects of yoga and yet, how much do we apply the last three limbs: Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi?

To de-mystify the mystical working through a class setting to explore your understanding of the more esoteric elements and maybe how to pass them on to your students.

Please note this is a hybrid session taught in-person and also via Zoom.

The Zoom link and recording can be found under your Account once you have completed your purchase.

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H2 Eight Limbs Or Eight Steps?
Date: Saturday 30 Apr 2022 Time: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Understanding and putting into practice the physical and philosophical aspects of yoga in your teaching and practice.

A talk/workshop and class infused with the principles of yoga. We all have an understanding of mechanics, the more physical aspects of yoga and yet, how much do we apply the last three limbs: Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi?

To de-mystify the mystical working through a class setting to explore your understanding of the more esoteric elements and maybe how to pass them on to your students.

Please note this is a hybrid session taught in-person and also via Zoom.

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L1 Open In The Physical, Open In The Mind
Date: Sunday 01 May 2022 Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Start your day with the classical awakening and cleansing techniques including Agni Sara and Nauli Kriya, Kappalabhati followed by Surya Namaskara.

All infused with a philosophical narrative and followed by a relaxation.

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