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  • Datum: 9 februari
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  • Datum: 10th-11th of february
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Information om Embodied anatomy with Leo Peppas

"Taking Root to Fly" "Body Image & Body schema"

Whether you would like more support for your profession, or in life; dealing with your emotions, your mind or your body, this workshops is for you – It can provide you with skills and understanding to more specifically help you in your work; and from the basic principles you can creatively develop exercises and deepen and enrich your understanding of existing ones.

This workshops are for yogateachers, massagetherapists, personal trainers, dancers, pilates instructors and body workers. 

For example, in understanding the meaning of every asana; the processes they offer, the life skills and experiences they relate to – it can bring your practice to life. So during the workshop you will experience the application of these principles in some yoga postures – How you find support for action in life and understand what action is appropriate.

The principles you will learn will also support injury prevention and rehabilitation. They will help guide you in your practice, to find what is most nourishing and relevant on a daily basis. For teachers, these principles provide skills that allow you to appreciate at what level to most effectively work with your students: to Embody, Embrace and Empower – How the work you do can sustain.

 

Our core is an expression of the way we meet the world

For millennia yoga was inspired by a deep respect for nature. Through our traditions and our modern lifestyles, we can lose our connection to this original spirit of yoga. Any movement practice can potentially become only about the body – yet to understand the body, in each moment, it helps if we do not exclude our relationship with the world.

We have a long history of trying to master and control nature, this can appear in the way we approach movement. So we will explore how connecting to nature, provides the very support we need to let go of the need to control.

If we look again with curiosity and listen, we can re-connect to something beyond our conditioning, this helps update our fixed ways of seeing the world. This process is at the core of what movement can offer us; a connection to what is most essentially human about our existence, and how to evolve our understanding. This is a tangible connection that also relates to the physical, mental and emotional support we get through core support.

 

About the workshop Taking root to fly

In this workshop you may well discover more freedom of choice, and options that were not evident before – it may well be an introduction to a whole new world. The specifics will depend on the group and Leo takes a lot of freedom to adapt to this. You will work with practical exercises that will inform the way you do every posture, which can also act as a way for you to prepare for your practice and that will empower you meeting the challenges of everyday life. So expect to come away with many new skills, a strengthened capacity to activate support and an understanding that will deepen your practice and the way it connects to your life.

On Saturday you will become familiar with all the references for working that you will need, so that means experiencing how perception affects your posture and movement. It will also enable you to see movement quality more clearly in others. This understanding is a basic ground for all movement practice – so even before your first posture or movement, there is a huge opportunity to effect what’s to follow.

On Sunday you will be applying this understanding and break it down again to its most important elements. You will also experience how this applies to everyday life in things like posture, walking and breathing – One of the most enabling and valuable tools, particularly for sustainability, is to understand how to connect what you do on the mat and asanas to everyday life.

You will explore how even before you begin a movement, your tendency to relate more to ground or space shapes your body, your breath and every move you make. Even your choices, particularly under stress, can be influenced by where you get support. This also means finding out whether your preference of orientation is more to ground or space. So by exploring both options, you can find more support and increase your choices. You can become aware of how you might tend to lose support in challenging situations, and how to find it again. In a sense, we are also always working with qualities of presence.

– You will explore effective ways to support your movement, the clarity of your expressivity and voice. When the process of movement begins and when we do for example asana, there can sometimes be a tendency to focus either on technique, on moving the body in a certain way, or even primarily on the shape we make. When we do this, we address the body too late. By first addressing the way you orient in the world, you can have a far greater impact, not only on the way you move, but also on every posture. And this is crucial, because your relationship to the world activates your postural support and therefore the coordination of stability and mobility – something you can’t directly control, but that simply ‘happens’.

Please note: this intensive is not suitable for pregnant women.

 

About the workshop Taking root to fly recap

For you who wish to take Leo Peppas workshop Body Image Body schema and haven´t taken the workshop Taking root to fly we recommend you to take the one day workshop Taking root to fly recap.

 

About the workshop Body Image and Body Schema, Fluency in your first language of movement

Body Image and Body Schema – Finding ease with less effort in all your movement and practice.

The idea of Body Image and Body Schema comes from neuroscience. Simply speaking, they are two ways to coordinate movement. These two ways tend to lead to the difference between: ‘doing or happening’, ‘effort or ease’. Much of this understanding comes from the research on coordination, but it is also derived from very old movement principles from the east, like ‘Wu Wei’ or ‘non-doing’ – now we also have the science.

Because this theme can be challenging to the mind, since many of us have learned a fixed way of looking at movement, we will be exploring it through experiencing the difference, rather than only theory. This is the base of understanding and learning.

In this workshop you will:

• Improve your understanding of coordination, which will enable you to find a much easier way to move and to see movement more clearly. For both practitioners and teachers this can be huge. It is not only what you know, but more importantly your embodiment, that informs what you see. Then we also see what is more relevant, like the next step: How to see others and respond more clearly – when people feel that they are seen and met, this can not only be more empowering for the other person, but it can also save us a lot of work.

• You will explore the issue of alignment – in order to find clarity and understand the skills involved. This is an area where a lot of confusion still exists, yet the solution lies in the dialogue between Image and Schema.

• Learn to differentiate which system you are talking to in your practice or teaching. This will make a world of difference to the effectiveness, sustainability and meaning. It enables you to enter a process where you can discover many things, like the ways in which you may be getting in your own way and how to evolve your practice and/or teaching.

• Help you understand how instead of occupying your mind with focusing on technique or doing, you can find the support to free your mind to be more available for presence and experiencing. So then for example core support ‘happens’ instead of you having to be occupied with ‘doing’ it. This capacity is essential when we have to deal with real life challenges. The process is one we can track, through how we deal with the challenges of say yoga postures.

• Find more support for all your relationships; whether this is your physical relationship with the world, your posture, as well as relationships with other people, including your capacity to express yourself clearly.

• Enable you to understand and process your own experiences – to then make more informed choices about the way you respond and act; so not only about the way you move, but also in life.

• Learn to listen and not obscure your natural body intelligence; the source of much of what we practice in yoga today. So you will enter a process similar to the original yogis, and those that have evolved the practice over millennia. This allows you to start to better differentiate; what is a nourishing practice, what information is useful and relevant. If you give more space for your inherent intelligence to emerge – you may become more inspired, creative, spontaneous and possibly even find more your sense of humour.

• Find a way to start to listen more to the difference between what you want and what you need.

• Get access to a reality checking system; to define the present moment as opposed to past stories and future expectations – a way to deal with emotions, thoughts, feelings and sensations. To see others and yourself more fully in the light of the present.

• To discover a base in the world, a peaceful ground that will allow you to more clearly appreciate what the mind is for and how there are times for it to be more quiet.

• To get in touch with your inherent body intelligence and discover what and how it may be obscured.

• To reawaken the support that evolution provided for you to first come into the world, this bottom up building of support is the base of your capacity to under-stand. This also includes your ‘postural schema’; the support to meet the adventures and challenges of life, as well as the ability and trust to act with less hesitation. We began to touch on some of these themes in the first workshop in October. So for those that missed it, or would like a re-fresh and useful preparation for the weekend, you can explore the first theme of ‘clarifying your relationship with the world’, with the one-day recap on Friday

• You will experience the most important principles so that you can apply them to your practice and/or teaching.

• Discover how much support you have to act, or how much actions may ‘cost’ you – for example, if you don’t have sufficient support, in terms of the nervous system, or how this effects your mood states, energy levels and state of mind.

If you are unfamiliar with Leo’s work, check out his album of images about embodied anatomy.

Whether you would like more support for your profession, or in life; dealing with your emotions, your mind or your body, this workshops is for you – It can provide you with skills and understanding to more specifically help you in your work; and from the basic principles you can creatively develop exercises and deepen and enrich your understanding of existing ones.

This workshops are for yogateachers, massagetherapists, personal trainers, dancers, pilates instructors and body workers. 

For example, in understanding the meaning of every asana; the processes they offer, the life skills and experiences they relate to – it can bring your practice to life. So during the workshop you will experience the application of these principles in some yoga postures – How you find support for action in life and understand what action is appropriate.

The principles you will learn will also support injury prevention and rehabilitation. They will help guide you in your practice, to find what is most nourishing and relevant on a daily basis. For teachers, these principles provide skills that allow you to appreciate at what level to most effectively work with your students: to Embody, Embrace and Empower – How the work you do can sustain.

 

Our core is an expression of the way we meet the world

For millennia yoga was inspired by a deep respect for nature. Through our traditions and our modern lifestyles, we can lose our connection to this original spirit of yoga. Any movement practice can potentially become only about the body – yet to understand the body, in each moment, it helps if we do not exclude our relationship with the world.

We have a long history of trying to master and control nature, this can appear in the way we approach movement. So we will explore how connecting to nature, provides the very support we need to let go of the need to control.

If we look again with curiosity and listen, we can re-connect to something beyond our conditioning, this helps update our fixed ways of seeing the world. This process is at the core of what movement can offer us; a connection to what is most essentially human about our existence, and how to evolve our understanding. This is a tangible connection that also relates to the physical, mental and emotional support we get through core support.

 

About the workshop Taking root to fly

In this workshop you may well discover more freedom of choice, and options that were not evident before – it may well be an introduction to a whole new world. The specifics will depend on the group and Leo takes a lot of freedom to adapt to this. You will work with practical exercises that will inform the way you do every posture, which can also act as a way for you to prepare for your practice and that will empower you meeting the challenges of everyday life. So expect to come away with many new skills, a strengthened capacity to activate support and an understanding that will deepen your practice and the way it connects to your life.

On Saturday you will become familiar with all the references for working that you will need, so that means experiencing how perception affects your posture and movement. It will also enable you to see movement quality more clearly in others. This understanding is a basic ground for all movement practice – so even before your first posture or movement, there is a huge opportunity to effect what’s to follow.

On Sunday you will be applying this understanding and break it down again to its most important elements. You will also experience how this applies to everyday life in things like posture, walking and breathing – One of the most enabling and valuable tools, particularly for sustainability, is to understand how to connect what you do on the mat and asanas to everyday life.

You will explore how even before you begin a movement, your tendency to relate more to ground or space shapes your body, your breath and every move you make. Even your choices, particularly under stress, can be influenced by where you get support. This also means finding out whether your preference of orientation is more to ground or space. So by exploring both options, you can find more support and increase your choices. You can become aware of how you might tend to lose support in challenging situations, and how to find it again. In a sense, we are also always working with qualities of presence.

– You will explore effective ways to support your movement, the clarity of your expressivity and voice. When the process of movement begins and when we do for example asana, there can sometimes be a tendency to focus either on technique, on moving the body in a certain way, or even primarily on the shape we make. When we do this, we address the body too late. By first addressing the way you orient in the world, you can have a far greater impact, not only on the way you move, but also on every posture. And this is crucial, because your relationship to the world activates your postural support and therefore the coordination of stability and mobility – something you can’t directly control, but that simply ‘happens’.

Please note: this intensive is not suitable for pregnant women.

 

About the workshop Taking root to fly recap

For you who wish to take Leo Peppas workshop Body Image Body schema and haven´t taken the workshop Taking root to fly we recommend you to take the one day workshop Taking root to fly recap.

 

About the workshop Body Image and Body Schema, Fluency in your first language of movement

Body Image and Body Schema – Finding ease with less effort in all your movement and practice.

The idea of Body Image and Body Schema comes from neuroscience. Simply speaking, they are two ways to coordinate movement. These two ways tend to lead to the difference between: ‘doing or happening’, ‘effort or ease’. Much of this understanding comes from the research on coordination, but it is also derived from very old movement principles from the east, like ‘Wu Wei’ or ‘non-doing’ – now we also have the science.

Because this theme can be challenging to the mind, since many of us have learned a fixed way of looking at movement, we will be exploring it through experiencing the difference, rather than only theory. This is the base of understanding and learning.

In this workshop you will:

• Improve your understanding of coordination, which will enable you to find a much easier way to move and to see movement more clearly. For both practitioners and teachers this can be huge. It is not only what you know, but more importantly your embodiment, that informs what you see. Then we also see what is more relevant, like the next step: How to see others and respond more clearly – when people feel that they are seen and met, this can not only be more empowering for the other person, but it can also save us a lot of work.

• You will explore the issue of alignment – in order to find clarity and understand the skills involved. This is an area where a lot of confusion still exists, yet the solution lies in the dialogue between Image and Schema.

• Learn to differentiate which system you are talking to in your practice or teaching. This will make a world of difference to the effectiveness, sustainability and meaning. It enables you to enter a process where you can discover many things, like the ways in which you may be getting in your own way and how to evolve your practice and/or teaching.

• Help you understand how instead of occupying your mind with focusing on technique or doing, you can find the support to free your mind to be more available for presence and experiencing. So then for example core support ‘happens’ instead of you having to be occupied with ‘doing’ it. This capacity is essential when we have to deal with real life challenges. The process is one we can track, through how we deal with the challenges of say yoga postures.

• Find more support for all your relationships; whether this is your physical relationship with the world, your posture, as well as relationships with other people, including your capacity to express yourself clearly.

• Enable you to understand and process your own experiences – to then make more informed choices about the way you respond and act; so not only about the way you move, but also in life.

• Learn to listen and not obscure your natural body intelligence; the source of much of what we practice in yoga today. So you will enter a process similar to the original yogis, and those that have evolved the practice over millennia. This allows you to start to better differentiate; what is a nourishing practice, what information is useful and relevant. If you give more space for your inherent intelligence to emerge – you may become more inspired, creative, spontaneous and possibly even find more your sense of humour.

• Find a way to start to listen more to the difference between what you want and what you need.

• Get access to a reality checking system; to define the present moment as opposed to past stories and future expectations – a way to deal with emotions, thoughts, feelings and sensations. To see others and yourself more fully in the light of the present.

• To discover a base in the world, a peaceful ground that will allow you to more clearly appreciate what the mind is for and how there are times for it to be more quiet.

• To get in touch with your inherent body intelligence and discover what and how it may be obscured.

• To reawaken the support that evolution provided for you to first come into the world, this bottom up building of support is the base of your capacity to under-stand. This also includes your ‘postural schema’; the support to meet the adventures and challenges of life, as well as the ability and trust to act with less hesitation. We began to touch on some of these themes in the first workshop in October. So for those that missed it, or would like a re-fresh and useful preparation for the weekend, you can explore the first theme of ‘clarifying your relationship with the world’, with the one-day recap on Friday

• You will experience the most important principles so that you can apply them to your practice and/or teaching.

• Discover how much support you have to act, or how much actions may ‘cost’ you – for example, if you don’t have sufficient support, in terms of the nervous system, or how this effects your mood states, energy levels and state of mind.

If you are unfamiliar with Leo’s work, check out his album of images about embodied anatomy.

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Du har enligt distans- och hemförsäljningslagen (2005:59) full ångerrätt i 14 dagar från den dag du får vår bekräftelse på din anmälan. Har du frågor eller vill avboka din anmälan kan du nå oss på 08-54 54 59 00 eller info@axelsons.se. Du kan även skicka ett brev till Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut, Box 6475, 113 82 Stockholm eller besöka oss på någon av våra skolor. Ange datum för kursen och kursnummer samt dina personuppgifter. Har du betalt in avgiften meddelar du även bank och bankkonto till vilket återbetalning skall ske. Du har då rätt att återfå hela den avgift du erlagt inklusive anmälningsavgiften. 

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Genom att godkänna Axelsons villkor och personuppgiftshantering samtycker du till att dina person- och adressuppgifter får användas av Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut och samarbetspartners för direktreklam och marknadsundersökning.



Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut AB är personuppgiftsansvarig för behandlingen av de personuppgifter som du som kund lämnar till oss. Dina personuppgifter kommer att behandlas för att upprätthålla vår kundrelation och även för marknadsföringsändamål av Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut AB jämte dess dotterbolag och samarbetspartners. Du kan genom att skriva till Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut, Box 6475, 113 82 Stockholm, begära att dina personuppgifter rättas, tas bort eller anmäla om du inte vill att uppgifterna skall användas för direktmarknadsföring. Som kund hos Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut har du rätt att en gång per år efter skriftlig begäran till ovanstående adress få information om vilka uppgifter om dig som finns i våra register och hur de används.



Jag samtycker till att mina person- och adressuppgifter får användas av Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut och samarbetspartners för direktreklam och marknadsundersökning.

Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut AB är personuppgiftsansvarig för behandlingen av de personuppgifter som du som kund lämnar till oss. Dina personuppgifter kommer att behandlas för att upprätthålla vår kundrelation och även för marknadsföringsändamål av Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut AB jämte dess dotterbolag och samarbetspartners. Du kan genom att skriva till Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut, Box 6475, 113 82 Stockholm, begära att dina personuppgifter rättas, tas bort eller anmäla om du inte vill att uppgifterna skall användas för direktmarknadsföring. Som kund hos Axelsons Gymnastiska Institut har du rätt att en gång per år efter skriftlig begäran till ovanstående adress få information om vilka uppgifter om dig som finns i våra register och hur de används.



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