Events

Event Date 01-Apr-2020
Event End Date 04-Apr-2020
Location
Mahota Singapore
Kitchener Complex, Level 3, 809 French Rd, Singapore 200809
Mahota Singapore
Yoga asanas (poses) are an energetic seal that creates an energy void to hold and contain prana or Qi (energy) in the body. This practice is especially emphasised by Hatha Yogi masters. They are known as mudras of the body. Applying a mudra means to seal or enclose something.

In the same light, the Chinese form of yoga is looking at the circulation of energy and containing it within the lower abdomen space called the ‘dan tian’. We will look at the relationship between Chinese Meridian Theory which has developed a comprehensive view based on 14 channels in the body and compare it with the Indian view on Nadis, Chakras and Mudras.

This lecture will be suitable for anyone who would like to have a deeper dimension of yoga and who are practising energy-based yoga. After this talk, you will gain a good understanding on how you can integrate energy-based yoga in your practice.

Event Date 04-Apr-2020
Event End Date 04-Apr-2020
Location
Kate Porter Yoga (KPY) - 5000G Marine Parade Road
5000G Marine Parade Road, 01-27 Laguna Park, Singapore 449290
Kate Porter Yoga (KPY) - 5000G Marine Parade Road
NOTE 1: You may just sign-up for a single day.

NOTE 2: If you are doing this to qualify for teacher training, you need to sign-up in full without missing on the timing or any part of the course. We will qualify anyone who has to leave early or missing any hour of the course.

Yin Yoga Immersion is a course for all beginners who would like to know how to practice yin yoga step-by-step. It will provide a hands-on guide to students who like to bring home the basic practice.

Daily class includes a short discussion on the principles of Yin Yoga, hands-on guide and adjustment on basic poses and a daily progressive sequence to meet beginner's needs.

Some of the Highlight Poses (not a complete list ):
1. Needle
2. Tortoise
3. Wide Knee Child
4. Frog
5. Basic Squat
6. Horse Squat
7. Warrior Squat
8. Buddha Rest
9. Bridge
10. Square

Yin Yoga is a form of yoga based on ancient Chinese Yin-Yang Theory, Chinese Medicine, Qi-gong and Tai-ji. The poses aim to enhance the opening of the joints and circulation of blood downwards towards the pelvis and down to the feet. The downward movement ensures healthy functions of our digestion, detoxification, and sleep.

If you are keen to know more, join us in this immersion.

Time:
8am to 1pm daily

Fee:
Usual Price: SGD 580
Early Bird: SGD 525 (by 28 Feb 2020)
Daily Price: $150

Contact : Teng Lan; [email protected]; +65 8892 8703
Event Date 08-Apr-2020
Event End Date 12-Apr-2020
Location
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)
9 Tan Quee Lan Street, Tan Quee Lan Suites, #02-02 Singapore 188098
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)
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NOTE 1: You may just sign-up for a single day.

NOTE 2: If you are doing this to qualify for teacher training, you need to sign-up in full without missing on the timing or any part of the course. We will qualify anyone who has to leave early or missing any hour of the course.
Prepare your body and mind for a summer full of joy by learning how to optimise your health with an energy-based movement practice, especially when combined with a powerful plant-based diet.

One of the fundamental reasons why we do yoga is to help us avoid any potential of developing a terminal disease. According to Chinese Medicine, the strength of the body lies in the organs (mainly Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lungs, and Kidneys). Hence, in order to strengthen the body, we need to develop life-force in our organs, and this goes philosophy goes beyond just building muscles and bones. Chinese called this invisible"Life-force"; Qi (氣).

In this workshop, we will discuss how:
✔Chinese Medicine views the body,
✔Theory of the Five Transformations (五行)
✔ Principles of Yin Yoga.

Who is this workshop for?
This is a general workshop suitable for all beginners of yoga.

We will also be going through a general Yin Yoga sequence and finish with the Taoist Six Healing Sounds in preparation for Meditation.

Join us to find out more about optimising your health.

Some of the Highlight Poses (not a complete list ):
1. Needle
2. Tortoise
3. Wide Knee Child
4. Frog
5. Basic Squat
6. Horse Squat
7. Warrior Squat
8. Buddha Rest
9. Bridge
10. Square

Yin Yoga is a form of yoga based on ancient Chinese Yin-Yang Theory, Chinese Medicine, Qi-gong and Tai-ji. The poses aim to enhance the opening of the joints and circulation of blood downwards towards the pelvis and down to the feet. The downward movement ensures healthy functions of our digestion, detoxification, and sleep.

If you are keen to know more, join us in this immersion.

1 day 850 dkr
5 day 3350 dkr
Event Date 19-Apr-2020
Event End Date 23-Apr-2020
Location
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Yoga & Diet for a Disease-Free Body with Victor Chng

Prepare your body and mind for a summer full of joy by learning how to optimise your health with an energy-based movement practice, especially when combined with a powerful plant-based diet.

One of the fundamental reasons why we do yoga is to help us avoid any potential of developing a terminal disease. According to Chinese Medicine, the strength of the body lies in the organs (mainly Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lungs, and Kidneys). Hence, in order to strengthen the body, we need to develop life-force in our organs, and this goes philosophy goes beyond just building muscles and bones. Chinese called this invisible"Life-force"; Qi (氣).

In this workshop, we will discuss how:
✔Chinese Medicine views the body,
✔Theory of the Five Transformations (五行)
✔ Principles of Yin Yoga.

Who is this workshop for?
This is a general workshop suitable for all beginners of yoga.

We will also be going through a general Yin Yoga sequence and finish with the Taoist Six Healing Sounds in preparation for Meditation.

Join us to find out more about optimising your health.

1 day 850 dkr
3 days 2200 dkr

About Victor Chng
Victor is one of the first Yin Yoga teachers in Asia and studied Yin Yoga with Paul Grilley in 2002. As he began to share Yin with people all over the world, Victor developed his own practice of Yin Yoga, which incorporates Qi-gong, Tai-ji and other forms of energy-based movement. He is well versed in Indian Antiquity Philosophies, Buddhist Mahayana & Vajrayana Philosophies as well as Taoist Alchemy. He is able to bridge a wide-range of ancient Indian and Chinese philosophies to adapt them to modern times. Victor believes story-telling as a powerful way to transform his students. Ancient masters kept things simple through story-telling, to keep ancient traditions alive in modern times. Victor shares his experiences generously to anyone who has an opportunity to attend his teaching. May all beings be guided by the light within.
Event Date 24-Apr-2020
Event End Date 26-Apr-2020
Location
Dwell Space
Dalbygade 40H, 6000 Kolding, Denmark
Dwell Space
DAY ONE: Friday, 1 May 2020, 2-4pm
Introduction to Yin Yoga: Demystify the way to stay young & healthy

The Chinese believe in the idea of longevity and it is based on being in harmony with the universe (天人合一). This is an ancient Chinese idea known as “Dao”. Dao means “the way” or “being on the path”. It is a state of perfect balance that requires no alteration. The whole universe manages itself by being in this state. In the ancient Chinese medical text, ‘The Yellow Emperor Inner Classics’, it states “…men who knows the Dao, follows the principle of Yin-Yang, harmonise with numerology, eats according to season, lives within a health routine, do not exert themselves unnecessarily, so that the body and mind can remain integrated”.

In this workshop, Victor will discuss the key ideas in ‘The Yellow Emperor Inner Classics’ to help us understand the nature of life and how slow down aging. Key highlights include:
— Exploring the Highest Potential of Life in Nature
— Yin Yoga Basic Poses, Alignment & Adjustment according to Chinese Meridian Theory
— Understanding Aging and Defying Aging

DAY TWO: Saturday, 2 May 2020, 2-4pm
Generating the Qi-body

Qi or Prana (in Indian yoga), is the key in all human movement. This workshop begins with meridian opening sequences and a short standing sequence to ground the energy. When the body begins to ground the Qi, it will have more freedom in its flow and expansion. The practice targets all the Yang channels in the body.

Event Date 01-May-2020
Event End Date 02-May-2020
Location
Kate Porter Yoga @ River Valley
468 River Valley Rd, Singapore 248353
Kate Porter Yoga @ River Valley
Event Date 09-May-2020
Event End Date 10-May-2020
Location
PAC Yoga
3rd Floor Block D, Damai Plaza, Lot 16, Phase 3, Jalan Damai, 88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
PAC Yoga
Yin Yoga Spiritual Retreat in Bhutan
28 May – 07 June, 2020
11 Days/10 Nights

Bhutan is a country that measures Gross National Happiness. Instead of just looking at economic development. With more than 70% covered with forest and100 species of Pine trees, this is a land touched by many yogis and continues its Vajrayana Buddhist practice in both mountain caves, forests and monasteries. Bhutan has the highest number of monks and nuns besides, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Rich in its culture and religion, Bhutan provide the best environment for energy transformation. If you are looking to change your life, join this wonderful journey in the Land of the Thunder Dragon (An ancient name of Bhutan).

This is a 10 days 9 nights journey that is created to change your physical and mental well being. There will be daily yoga and meditation, blessing ceremony by Buddhist master, visiting of historical sites, temples and yogic caves. It going to be a one in a life-time experience to be in Bhutan. Join us to begin the journey of CHANGE.

28 May : Arrival in Bangkok
29 May : Depart o Paro; Yoga & Kiychu Monastery Visit
30 May : Yoga & Dochula Pass & Thimphu Site Visit
31 May : Paro Museum & Thangtong Gyalpo historical Temple
01 June : Tiger Nest Monastery (3300metres)
02 June : Depart to Bumthang by flight; Blessing Ceremony by Buddhist Master
03 June : Yoga & Visit to Jampa Lakhang, Kuje Lakhang historical sites
04 June : Yoga & Visit to Thapaling Monastery (3600metres)
05 June : Yoga & Drive back to Paro (overnight at Drongsar)
06 June : Continue drive to Paro
07 June : Depart to Bkk

Price
Paro (West Bhutan) Retreat
28 May – 02 June (6 Days/5 Nights). Depart to Bangkok on 2 June.
Twin Sharing : SGD 3,850

Full Retreat
28 May – 7 June (11 Days/10 Nights). Departure to Bangkok on 7 June.
Twin Sharing : SGD 5,100

Price Include:
• Two way flight from Bangkok to Paro
• Domestic flight from Paro to Bumthang (one way)
• Hotel accommodation in all destination
• All meals, Tour guide, driver and accompanied tour bus
• Drive from Bumthang back to Paro
• One night stay at Bangkok on 28 May
• Transfer from Bkk city to airport for departure to Paro
• Transfer from hotel to Paro airport
• Tips for Drivers and Tour Guides
• Entrance fees to all site visits

Contact : Wee Teng Lan; [email protected]


Event Date 28-May-2020
Event End Date 07-Jun-2020
Location
Paro, Thimphu, Punaka & Bumthang
Paro, Thimphu, Punaka & Bumthang
Paro, Thimphu, Punaka & Bumthang
NOTE 1: You may just sign-up for single day.

NOTE 2: If you are doing this to qualify for teacher training, you need to sign-up in full without missing on the timing or any part of the course. We will disqualify anyone who has to leave early or missing any hour of the course.

Yin Yoga Immersion is a course for all beginners who would like to know how to practice yin yoga step-by-step. It will provide a hands-on guide to students who like to bring home the basic practice.

Daily class includes a short discussion on the principles of Yin Yoga, hands-on guide and adjustment on basic poses and a daily progressive sequence to meet beginner's needs.

Some of the Highlight Poses (not a complete list ):
1. Needle
2. Tortoise
3. Wide Knee Child
4. Frog
5. Basic Squat
6. Horse Squat
7. Warrior Squat
8. Buddha Rest
9. Bridge
10. Square

Yin Yoga is a form of yoga based on ancient Chinese Yin-Yang Theory, Chinese Medicine, Qi-gong and Tai-ji. The poses aim to enhance the opening of the joints and circulation of blood downwards towards the pelvis and down to the feet. The downward movement ensures healthy functions of our digestion, detoxification, and sleep.

If you are keen to know more, join us in this immersion.

Time:
8am to 1pm daily

Fee:
Usual Price: SGD 580
Early Bird: SGD 525 (by 30 May 2020)
Daily Price: $150

Contact : Teng Lan; [email protected]; +6588928703
Event Date 26-Jul-2020
Event End Date 30-Jul-2020
Location
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)
9 Tan Quee Lan Street, Tan Quee Lan Suites, #02-02 Singapore 188098
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)
Meridian Practice is an energy-based movement that combines with the Qigong movement. It takes the principles of acupuncture based on Chinese Medicine's Meridian Theory. In this introduction, we will be advancing with Yin Yoga asana, pranayama, mudra and bandhas based on Taoist practices.

The daily class will begin with a discussion on Qi & Five Element Theory. The practice will begin with Meridian Opening following by Qigong inspired movement, closing with Taoist Six Healing Sounds.

It is suitable for anyone who likes to advance their study on energy and energy-based movement.

If you are keen to know more, join us in this immersion.

Time:
8am to 10.30am daily

Fee:
Usual Price: SGD 358
Early Bird: SGD 300 (by 30 May 2020)
Daily Price: $150

Contact: Teng Lan; [email protected]
Event Date 31-Jul-2020
Event End Date 02-Aug-2020
Location
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)
9 Tan Quee Lan Street, Tan Quee Lan Suites, #02-02 Singapore 188098
JR Yoga (9 Tan Quee Lan Street)