nea ferrier ashtanga cycle workshop

NEA FERRIER – Understanding Menstrual Cycles; A Workshop for Female Ashtanga Practitioners

Sunday 12th September | 9.00 am EST | 2.00 pm UK

120 mins | 14 day replay

Ashtanga yoga is traditionally a daily practice, with the practitioner taking rest one day a week and on moondays. This daily practice provides a wonderful opportunity to observe our changing moods, attitudes and energy levels. While the practice may be the same each day, the way we encounter it will be different.

For female practitioners, we can use our practice to connect on a deeper level with our menstrual cycle. 
This workshop will explore the four key stages of a women’s menstrual cycle and how to integrate this knowledge with our Ashtanga yoga practice, to enhance our femininity and sexuality as yoginis, and ensure for sustaining our yoga practice over the long term. 

The workshop will include a lecture and a restorative yoga practice. No experience needed. 

Nea is a level 2 authorised Ashtanga yoga teacher and has been teaching internationally since 2008, in Dubai since 2012 where she founded Ashtanga Yoga Dubai. In 2017 she opened Nilaya House yoga shala which offers classes in Ashtanga, Hatha, Iyengar Kundalini, Prenatal, Restorative, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Meditation and Pranayama. She teaches Mysore classes in the shala and online, as well as regular yoga philosophy workshops and courses. 

Cost €30 approx £25 | $36

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