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Week’s End Restorative Yoga

Slow down and give yourself the gift of rebalancing and refocusing your intentions as the week winds down.
This class utilizes several of the tools that yoga offers to renew and recharge, such as gentle breath work, relaxing seated postures, inversions and meditative explorations.
Open to all levels; everyone is welcome to come and find bliss in a playful and relaxed atmosphere.

October 2021

Friday, 22 October, 2021
18.00 to 19.30
Week’s End Restorative Yoga
Week’s End Restorative Yoga

Slow down and give yourself the gift of rebalancing and refocusing your intentions as the week winds down.
This class utilizes several of the tools that yoga offers to renew and recharge, such as gentle breath work, relaxing seated postures, inversions and meditative explorations.
Open to all levels; everyone is welcome to come and find bliss in a playful and relaxed atmosphere.

Michael Hamilton
Michael Hamilton

Growing up in apartheid South Africa led Michael to an early interest in the topic of individual and collective hardship and awakened within him the yearning to address and confront the challenges it brings.
In his youth it spurned him on to political activism and rebellion, sublimated through studies in art and literature, which additionally offered helpful glimpses into the human condition. The discovery of Buddhism in his twenties brought about dramatic life changes resulting in his departure from the west to the east and long years of studies in yoga and Buddhism in Asia. After discovering satipatthana meditation with its direct application of mindfulness to progressive stages of development, he started studies in short- and long-term retreat formats with Sayday U Vivekananda.
Currently Michael is undergoing a 3-year course in essential psychology, which combines skillful methods developed in psychology with the Buddhism teachings on wisdom, in order to better facilitate development and healing in individuals and small groups. He is deeply grateful to all those that have helped and guided him on his path, particularly Daido Roshi for his acts of kindness, Vivekanada and Baddhamanika for their endless patience, Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor for their insights into approaching practice, Doug Keller for therapeutic body awareness and Wolfgang Erhard and Lama Lhündrup for awakening the Bodhisattva spirit within.
Michael lives with his wife Sabine Glück in Ticino, Switzerland.
For more information please see www.michaelhamiltonyoga.com
 

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Friday, 29 October, 2021
18.00 to 19.30
Week’s End Restorative Yoga
Week’s End Restorative Yoga

Slow down and give yourself the gift of rebalancing and refocusing your intentions as the week winds down.
This class utilizes several of the tools that yoga offers to renew and recharge, such as gentle breath work, relaxing seated postures, inversions and meditative explorations.
Open to all levels; everyone is welcome to come and find bliss in a playful and relaxed atmosphere.

Michael Hamilton
Michael Hamilton

Growing up in apartheid South Africa led Michael to an early interest in the topic of individual and collective hardship and awakened within him the yearning to address and confront the challenges it brings.
In his youth it spurned him on to political activism and rebellion, sublimated through studies in art and literature, which additionally offered helpful glimpses into the human condition. The discovery of Buddhism in his twenties brought about dramatic life changes resulting in his departure from the west to the east and long years of studies in yoga and Buddhism in Asia. After discovering satipatthana meditation with its direct application of mindfulness to progressive stages of development, he started studies in short- and long-term retreat formats with Sayday U Vivekananda.
Currently Michael is undergoing a 3-year course in essential psychology, which combines skillful methods developed in psychology with the Buddhism teachings on wisdom, in order to better facilitate development and healing in individuals and small groups. He is deeply grateful to all those that have helped and guided him on his path, particularly Daido Roshi for his acts of kindness, Vivekanada and Baddhamanika for their endless patience, Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor for their insights into approaching practice, Doug Keller for therapeutic body awareness and Wolfgang Erhard and Lama Lhündrup for awakening the Bodhisattva spirit within.
Michael lives with his wife Sabine Glück in Ticino, Switzerland.
For more information please see www.michaelhamiltonyoga.com
 

Open Levels Fabrikstrasse Sign up (19 slots free)