Tired of being so quickly angry?
Would you like to scream less at your child but you don’t manage to avoid it?
Then this workshop is for you
Anger is a secondary emotion, i.e. it hides a first emotion and a need that we do not dare to admit to ourselves, something we believe it is not justified to feel.
In this workshop you will understand:
Where does your anger come from ?
What is the primary emotion behind this anger ?
Simple and effective techniques to restore your calm and kindness.
We will start the workshop with a one-hour „anti-anger“ hatha yoga session to teach you to be more aware of what is going on inside you, and thus gradually gaining distance and managing inner conflicts.
The workshop will take place in the yoga centre Scheune in the middle of the forest in Meilen, perfect to recharge your batteries.
Sandy Kaufmann is a life coach who helps women cope with their overwhelming emotions by helping them healing their past and teaching them how to be emotionally independent so they are happier with themselves and in relationships with others.
Pauline is a French yoga teacher trained in Thailand in Alignement Yoga. Passionate by the therapeutic aspect of Yoga she learns how Yoga can restore health, calm the mind and manage stress. The focus of her classes is to reconnect you with your body, with your breath, be more present with yourself and the others.
Drinks and snacks are included
A great goodie bag is planned for you:
A group yoga session offered by Pauline
a 30-minute facial reflexology at Graciella to empty your excess of emotions (the face is the reflection of emotions).
An emergency meditation by Sandy to calm you down quickly
and much more
Location : Yoga Scheune, Haus Wasserfels, Burgrain 37, 8706 Meilen, à 8 minutes de la gare de Meilen à pied
Price: CHF 80 par personne
Limited to 20 people so book your place quickly
The glamour of Polo. The horses, the champagne, the bicycles…hang on, the bicycles? This weekend, the Dolder Sports centre is hosting the European Hardcourt Bikepolo Championships and it looks a lot more fun and down to earth than its equestrian counterpart. The names of the wildcard teams are worth looking up alone. My personal favourite: Flowery Twats .