Yoga with Ian

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13 Oct 2019

Yoga, Tai Chi & Sound

 

In this amazing day we will enjoy the mindful body movement of Yoga and Tai Chi, finishing the day with a relaxing and healing sound meditation.

The day will start with an Active Vinyasa Yoga session followed by lunch in the beautiful setting of Pensthopre Natural Park. After lunch Ian Kenvyn will take us through an introduction to Tai Chi.

Dr. Ian Kenvyn is a self-employed trainer and Lishi Tai Chi leader who has recently retired from nearly 30 years of lecturing in the Higher Education sector. Ian has always been interested in holistic visions of health and wellbeing; whilst an academic he developed innovative programmes around Workplace Wellbeing and worked with a variety of commercial organisations to establish a coherent and relevant response to the wellbeing agenda. He also conducted published research into the effectiveness of external training upon mental health in the workplace.

Because physical activity and health have been an on-going professional focus, Ian is also long-time Exercise Referral Consultant, with a specialism in exercise to support those with physical and mental health issues. He has also developed and delivered a variety of workshops and short courses that engaged with wellbeing in the workplace and individual and organisational resilience. These programmes have been delivered in educational and commercial settings.

Namaste.

Cost: £50

10.30am-4pm

Important information regarding the event:

  • Parking is FREE
  • Unfortunately, unless they are assistance dogs, dogs cannot enter the main reserve. Find out more on our Before You Visit page
  • Arrival through Exhibition Room
  • Lunch, you are welcome to bring your own refreshments or you can purchase from the cafe onsite.

For more information or any queries:


Book here

Please contact Ian with any questions 07877 358163 or email ian@yogawithian.com
Please send Ian a message to let him know that you have made payment.

Please note that any queries and bookings need to go through Ian.