Yoga For Your Brain - 5 Week Personal Development Course



Description

Yoga For Your Brain is a Personal Development course in Sydney that will guide you to exercise flexible thinking, stretch your imagination, develop mindfulness & create a relationship with yourself.

During this 5 week Personal Development program, you will be introduced to the offerings of our planet's most respected teachers, and discover how you can become the best you. Yoga For Your Brain is an experiential, resourceful (lots of handouts), fun (we may role play!) insightful and definitely a neurological workout course.

We will explore a myriad of different creative tools to get your mind and soul working together – including journalling, learning meditation, and delving into books & videos by teachers such as Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, Daniel Millman, Deepak Chopra, Tal Ben-Shahar, Abraham Maslow, Don Miguel Ruiz, Stephen Covey, Martin Seligman, Ken Wilbur, Rumi… and more!

Our classes will be guided by these great thinkers, who all have one intention – to help us live a purposeful life. The resources we explore are all practices that you will be able to integrate into your personal and workplace life - and they tools that will guide you to reduce stress, manage change, and understand your process in relationships & decision making.

Yoga For Your Brain is an opportunity for you to engage in a truly unique personal development program, as no two Yoga For Your Brain courses are run the exactly the same way. If you have enjoyed one then you can enrol in another 5 week session knowing it will be unique!

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Class Schedule

September: 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, & October 3rd Mondays Duration: (2 hours per week) for 5 weeks

What you will learn
  • Introduction to the offerings of our planet's most respected teachers (e.g. Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, Daniel Millman, Deepak Chopra, and many more!)
  • Explore a myriad of different creative and experiential tools to get your mind and soul working together.
  • Learn a variety of creative exercises including journalling, learning meditation, and delving into resourceful books & videos.
What you will get
  • Personal development and mindfulness practices that you will be able to integrate into your personal and workplace life.
  • Creative tools that will guide you to reduce stress, manage change, and understand your process in relationships & decision making.
  • Experience a variety of meditation practices and techniques that you can integrate into your everyday life.
  • A myriad of additional resources (books, videos, articles) that will guide and inspire you to continue your journey toward living a meaningful and purposeful life.

What to bring
  • A4 journal with unruled pages
  • 2B pencils
  • Pen you like to write with
  • Glue stick
  • 2x USB memory sticks
What to wear

Casual


Art making is a transformative process

The journey to make art begins with you, the inner part of you. For that which is expressed externally is first conceived from within – from the inner space of you where imagination breathes, waiting to be allowed space to connect externally and make art. To make this kind of art therefore requires transformative methods to awaken your creativity and enable your creative process.

The art we create from our inner landscape becomes a blueprint for our being. This blueprint of art is sung with your voice, discerned with your inner intelligence and made with your creative hands. And this birthing of art becomes part of the evolution of our consciousness. For art has this power.

This is what the Studio of Spontaneous Creativity is all about.

Noula Diamantopoulos (http://nouladiamantopoulos.com) is also the Director of the Mosaic Art School of Sydney (http://mosaicartschoolofsydney.com) and The Corporate Buddha (http://thecorporatebuddha.com.au). She is an exhibiting artist and is represented by Artereal Gallery. She is also on the board of the Metavision Institute, where she received her qualifications in psychotherapy.

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Cancelation & Refund Policy

Workshop Cancellation Policy

All workshops run by SpC rely on an accurate attendance count so that we may prepare for you - our attendees, and welcome you to the studio.

We understand that things happen in life and perhaps you can no longer attend a workshop that you have enrolled in and paid for.

We wish to be fair to you and to our teachers and staff who spend time making these workshops run smoothly, so you can have the maximum enjoyment with us.

IN HOUSE WORKSHOPS

If you cannot attend a non-visiting artist/teacher run course (i.e. someone not coming from interstate or overseas) then the school will allow you to transfer to another class.

If you are cancelling prior to 14 days of the course starting, and do not wish to transfer to another class, then a non-refundable administration fee of $35 will apply to one day workshops and $55 for a two day or longer events (e.g. our 5 week courses).

Cancellations made 7 - 14 days before the commencement of the workshop will be charged 50% of the original workshop fee.

No refunds will be available made within 7 days of the workshop.

SPECIAL VISITING ARTIST WORKSHOPS

If you cannot attend a workshop that is being run by a visiting artist/teacher (i.e. someone who is coming from interstate or overseas) then irregardless of the cancellation period we cannot provide a refund.

We will however allow you to transfer your registration to another individual - just notify us. If there are extenuating circumstances and you wish to discuss this with us, then please call us.

Phone: (+61) 02 9818-7471

Email: inspired@spontaneouscreativity.com.au

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