Workshop

Saturday 12 January

Releasing and healing our Emotional Body through Postures and Breath-work

With Max Strom

Release the mind and body from long-held emotions

It is said that the human being has a powerful guiding voice within; it is the voice of our intuition and wisdom.  But this voice is commonly drowned out by the noise in our mind.  The noise is often caused from chaotic or congested emotions from stress, depression, PTSD, or anxiety.

In this workshop we will begin with a talk by Max, then move into a gentle breath-initiated movement sequence.  In the second half of the workshop will focus on floor postures and breath-work to release the mind and body from long-held emotions that impede our happiness and our ability to sleep well.

Bring your writing materials. (Please no recording)

Dates & Times Saturday 12 January | 14.30-17.00
Location St. Janshovenstraat
Price €45

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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. www.maxstrom.com

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