2nd to 5th January inclusive
This year, I would like to offer to current and new students an opportunity to explore Yoga in an immersion style program. We will be looking each day at both Pranayama and Asana taking the opportunity in a workshop environment to discover the Asana’s and individual specific needs. In the Restorative, we will be developing our supportive inversions and extension to which will compliment the morning’s Asana class.
To farewell the program, a light lunch will be provided. Please consider this as a way forward for 2019 yoga practice. This is not an intensive but more of a developing program for the future of your individual practice. There are only 10 spots as Simone’s focus is to assist to the needs individually and that the group develop the skills to help with their individual concerns.
Schedule as follows:
Wednesday, 2nd January to Friday, 4th January
6.30 – 7.30am Meditation/Pranayama
7.30 – 9.30am Asana (Exploring Asana in a Workshop Environment)
5.30 – 7pm Restorative (Building Supportive Inversions and Extensions)
Saturday, 5th January
6.30 – 7.30am Pranayama
7.45 – 9.45am Asana (workshop, questions, specific needs)
10.15am – 12noon Restorative Final
12noon light lunch supplied.
Early Bird $349 (by 15th December)
Full Cost $440
Student/Pension Discount 10%
Simone Inns is the founder and principle teacher of Chevron Yoga Centre on the Gold Coast. Involved with yoga since 1994, Simone Inns is a Certified Iyengar Teacher and holds an Intermediate JI level. She travels to Pune India every 2 years to the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute and studies directly under the Iyengars. For the past 10 years she has travelled intensively overseas teaching workshops, retreats and intensives in Cambodia, Vietnam, Nepal and New York. Simone has also participated as a guest teacher for national festivals and publications. Aside from regularly teaching the beginner to advance student, Simone has worked with students that have mental health issues, palliative needs, womens health and students with chronic remedial issues. She has also faced her own challenges with digestive issues. Simone also has qualifications in Health and Nutrition, Social Welfare and Anatomy & Physiology. She is a partner, mother to two beautiful children, and loves her animals – especially time with her horses. Simone surfs and bush walks in her spare time. “My aim is that the student discovers themselves through this wonderful practice of Iyengar Yoga in a stress-free environment. The calmness, joy, self-love and intelligence I see in the growth of students keep me humble, and I am forever grateful to anyone that attends a class”