Sunday 19 May

The Yoga of Nonviolent Relationships

With Max Strom

Profound, funny, and very timely!

How do you want to be remembered?
Do people trust you? Respect you?
How do you treat others when you don’t need anything from them?

We discuss ethics every day as we complain about people’s behavior with driving, money, politics, comments on blogs, and especially romantic relationships. But we often do not look at our own actions and impact on others.  Notice that we have two sets of ethics: One set we practice when calm and happy; and another when we feel afraid, angry, or exhausted.  The work is to have one set of ethics to protect those we love from our anger.

The seminar will give you knowledge to take home and to work with you to help you live a more vital and peaceful life. Class includes lecture and writing. Bring writing materials

Date & Time Sunday 19 May | 15.00-17.00

Price €50 | €45 Infinity Members

Location St Janshovenstraat 1


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About the teacher

Max Strom

Max Strom is a global wellbeing & yoga teacher, speaker, and author, and is known for profoundly inspiring and impacting the lives of his students for over two decades. Many of you know him from his inspiring books, A Life Worth Breathing, published in five languages, and his recent book, There is No APP for Happiness (Dutch: iHappiness). His system, Inner Axis, is a synthesis of yoga, qi gong, and movement therapy. But his teachings are not limited by contemporary yoga culture, and instead they are known to reach the heart of people from all walks of life. His events include his method for healing anxiety, and personal growth that is meaningful to both the student and their family.

A dynamic speaker, he has presented three TEDx events, a keynote speech on ethics at the Lu Lu Lemon management conference, and keynote addresses at wellness conferences, corporate conferences, and yoga festivals. Most recently he presented at the first Wellness Symposium in Saudi Arabia, and the prestigious World Government Summit in Dubai.

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