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The philosophy of movement with Julie Martin


With Julie Martin

Understanding the power of natural movement applied to our yoga practice.


Walkerdamm 1, Kiel DE 24114
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles



Apr 22 to
Apr 24
18:00 pmto17:00 pm

Freitag 22. April:
18.00 – 21.00 Workshop (includes asana practice)

Samstag 23. April:
9.00 – 11.30 Asana Practice with Pranayama
13.30 – 17.00 Workshop

Sonntag 24. April:
9.00 – 11.30 As an Practice with Pranayama
13.30 – 17.00 Workshop


215 €

gesamter Workshop 215,00€
Samstag 13:30 - 17:00 Uhr 52,00€
Sonntag 13:30 - 17:00 Uhr 52,00€
Freitag 18-21 Uhr 45,00€
Samstag 9-11:30 Uhr 38,00€
Sonntag 9-11:30 Uhr 38,00€

Full Description

A journey towards discovering the evolution of your own practice and true alignment, combining anatomy, breath work, yoga history, philosophy and explorative movement to arrive into a true practice for each individual.

Current asana styles are very new in terms of yoga history. What we practice is very modern and has very little resemblance to ancient yoga, which boiled down to a few seated poses. This is often overlooked by many teachers and studios. We attempt to contort our bodies into shapes that are not designed for the average body while having no measure of the long term effects of this kind of practice. The current rise in yoga injuries is evidence that something is missing in our understanding. During this weekend we will look at the history of yoga and the asana practice itself and delve into the most up to date information from the anatomy world on what we are REALLY doing to ourselves. We will also investigate the relationship of the nervous system, the breath, the reaction of the mind and how these elements are integral in finding our true practice that encompasses yoga as a whole.

By looking at the natural anatomy of each individual we allow ourselves to understand the rhythm of our bodies and breath and listen to what is needed. We will explore our possibilities instead of limiting ourselves based on what we have been told the pose should look like. We need to pull apart structure and form in order to deepen our understanding and experience where movement comes from in order to return fully present into stillness.

This weekend is open to all levels, will include lecture, videos, handouts to take away as well as a full asana practice each day putting the knowledge gained back into our bodies.