YOGA & AYURVEDA WORKSHOPS with ANGELA INGLIS at STUDIO RITUEL NOVEMBER 4 & 5
AYURVEDA: Optimize Energy & Achieve Mind-Body Balance
Design an Ayurvedic daily routine and lifestyle regimen that's right for your unique Ayurvedic Constitution. Acquire tools and learn practices that will allow you to maximize energy and to feel more balanced in mind and body, every day.
*Bring a journal and pen for taking notes*
~ 3.5 hours ~ 75€ (65€ when you register for both workshops)
November 4 , 3pm -6:30pm
AYUR-YOGA & TENSEGRITY: Find Ease In Your Asana Practice
Leave behind unhelpful habits and discover how to find greater ease in your yoga practice. Together we will practice yoga postures - some basic and others more challenging (optional). Using her understanding of Ayurveda and Tensegrity, Angela will offer hands-on and verbal assistance to help you practice the postures more effectively.
*Wear clothing appropriate for yoga practice*
~ 2.5 hours ~ 55€ (45€ when you register for both workshops)
November 5 , 3pm - 5:30pm
Save when you register for both workshops ~ 110€
Add a one-on-one Ayurvedic Consultation with Angela ~ 75€ (see details below)
AYURVEDIC CONSULTATIONS: One-on-One Consultations for Your Personalized Wellness Plan
What you can expect from a consultation:
A limited number of one-on-one consultations ( 75min )with Angela are available November 4th & 5th
Save € when you book your consultation at the time of workshop registration.
Consultations (when booked with a workshop): 75€
Consultation only: 90€
Angela has been studying Yoga for more than 20 years, Ayurveda for nearly 15 and has been teaching these "sister sciences" for nearly a decade. It is due to the wisdom of these practices that she is now living the life she has always wanted.
Find out more about Angela, Ayurveda & Ayur-Yoga:
Meeting in Motion: Connecting through difference Workshop with Jennifer Bury
“People are trapped in history. And history is trapped in them”
James Baldwin, Author
November 22th - 23th, 2017, WED & THU 3 to 6pm
Price: 165€ (or 140€ if you register before October 15th)
Our primary developmental movements such as reaching, grasping, pushing, and pulling
are the intrinsic basis for every move and gesture we make throughout our lives.
By paying attention to how we move in relationship to each other we will become aware of the unconscious expressive choices we make daily. This awareness presents us with choices of how
we interpret and respond to others, enabling us to literally shape how we move through our lives. This workshop encourages childlike exploration and learning through action, in the form of a mini lecture, interactive discussion and lively, movement-based-play. We will be learning in action, from micro-movements to moving fully throughout the room. We will focus on difference,
not as a barrier, but rather as an opportunity for connection with each other.
My wish for this workshop is to help increase our sense of compassion for each other and for ourselves.
“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” Plato
Jennifer Bury went from medical school to the School of the Arts in Dance at NYU to co-forming a dance company and since 1985 has been running her private practice as a movement therapist, originally based in New York City and now in San Francisco.
In addition to her medical, dance, and kinesiology background she has studied neuroscience, Gestalt Therapy, osteopathy, Ideokinesis, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Bioenergetics, Feldenkrais and Alexander techniques, Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy, Body Mind Centering, shiatsu, various forms of yoga and breath work, myofascial massage, craniosacral therapy, holds a black belt in Aikido, and has now returned to dancing her heart out on a regular basis. For further details > jenniferbury.com
This workshop is open to everybody - no movement training required!
Instruction in English with french translation if necessary
To register or for questions go to > jenniferbury.com/upcomingworkshops (Deadline: November 7th)
4 Workshops with Rachael hall & Tom Waldron
Pilates, Biomechanics & Franklin method Educators
Mon & Tue July 3 & 4 at Studio Rituel
The Four Pillars Of A Healthy Spine: Emotions, Strength, Balance, Flexbility
THE SPINE is a masterpiece of design containing over one hundred joints and associated muscles and ligaments.
July, monday 3rd - 10am to 1pm
How then, is it possible that so many people suffer from debilitating pain associated with the spine? There are many factors that influence spinal health, including social and psychological factors, as well as strength, balance and stability.
In this workshop we will address these factors in a practical manner, leading to positive changes both on an emotional and functional level. We will discover that an understanding of spinal evolution leads to a fresh approach to movement and exercise for the spine. Our new embodied understanding will allow for all daily movement and exercise to benefit spinal health.
- What the joints of spine need daily to be healthy.
- How to improve spine stability and flexibility.
- To achieve healthy posture both in sitting and standing.
- How your pelvis influences the health of your spine.
- How your spine influences the health of your shoulders.
Who is this workshop for ?
Lovers of Pilates, Yoga, Gyrotonic, Dance and fitness will benefit from this workshop.
How long ? 3 hours
RELEASE YOUR NECK & LIBERATE YOUR SHOULDERS
July, monday 3rd - 2pm to 5:30pm
This workshop will demonstrate imagery, touch and simple movement exercises to lengthen and balance shoulder and neck musculature. Learn how to melt away tension and associated mental anxiety. Let your shoulders and neck become a place of ease and peace.
Improve your shoulder and spine alignment by balancing muscle tone and movement at the shoulder musculature.
- How to Improve shoulder musculature health - rotator cuff muscles / upper back muscles.
- Exercises to reduce muscle tension and stiffness.
- To Produce and maintain healthy shoulder alignment
- To Reduce neural tension which can lead to muscle tightness.
Who is this workshop for ?
Lovers of pilates, yoga, gyrotonics, dance and fitness will benefit from this workshop.
How long ? 3.5 hours
DIGEST FOR LIFE : Organ health for your stomach.
July, tuesday 4th - 1pm to 15:30pm
Organ Imagery for Health, Alignment and Flexibility. Filters for Life: Organ health for your Kidneys. The organs of our body not only carry our physiological functions: The vital work of maintaining, renewing, and reproduction. They also serve an important role in the support of posture and movement. Yet in the western world, organs are generally not considered when it comes to training the body. The organs fill out space in our torso and skull and from “joints” with other organs, bones, and muscles. Compression, suction, and suspension forces relate all these structures to each other. Knowing where and how, combined with dynamic imagery will provide you with a whole new avenue for improvement and well-being. The Franklin Method distinguishes itself by focusing on imagery, self-touch, and movement exercises that can be used by anyone in any setting. All types of imagery are used to promote movement, flexibility, strength, and general health. This course will demonstrate how organ training with imagery can improve movement, posture, flexibility, and strength; improve the organs physiological functioning; and improve stamina, digestion, circulation, moode immune function, etc. Learn: The connection between organs, strength and flexibility How the diaphragm and organs interrelate in 3-D How the organs affect mood and relaxation
How Long : 2.5 hours
THE ART OF BREATHING
July, tuesday 4th - 4:30pm to 7:30pm
Many of us agree that breathing is very important not just for survival but our overall well being. Yet most of us don’t really know how it actually works. What is good breathing, what is the design, and what can prevent its proper activation? Your breathing influences the health of a variety of aspects like posture, heart, digestion, pelvic floor, emotions, learning ability, and energy levels.
In this workshop, we will come to understand the design, structure, and movements of the diaphragm, ribs, deep abdominal muscles and how they can work together to strengthen and free up both body and mind. Through easy to do imagery, touch, voice, and movement exercise we will explore the mechanics and physiology of breathing. We will explore the wave pattern of breathing up and down the spine and experience how we can use our breath as our positive energy thermostat.
- How breathing works and what it means to breathe well
- How posture and breathing are related
- How to use breathing to improve your endurance
- How to breath correctly in the Pilates exercises
How Long ? 3 hours
85 € one workshop
140€ two workshops
260€ four workshops
Rachael Hall has been trained as a professional dancer at The Royal Ballet School and The Birmingham Royal Ballet.
She discovered Pilates first as a rehabilitation from a dance injury and fell in love with the method and decided to become a pilates teacher .
She has completed the certification program with Body Control Pilates and later also became a certified level 1, 2 & 3 Franklin Method Educator .
Rachael has been teaching
Pilates , Classical Ballet and Franklin Method in London and internationally at pilates studios and ballet schools .
Rachael founded Kendra Pilates Studio in North Devon and is currently training to become a part of the official European Franklin Method Faculty team to deliver teacher trainings in Franklin Method.
She specialisez in training professional ballet dancers such Helen Crawford - Royal Ballet Soloist.
Pilates and Franklin Method Educator Tom specializes in Sports Therapy ( injury prevention and optimising performance for athletes ) and biomechanics .
Tom has taught anatomy and biomechanics at top sports universities such as Loughbourgh University educating health professionals on how to assess a person's 'dysfunctions' and how to correct them.
As well as working with his athletes, Tom's biggest passion is teaching Franklin Method. Tom is currently training to become a part of the official European Franklin Method Faculty Team
un moment de bien-être avec Sébastien
Mardi 25 avril 2017 de 18h à 19h30
Ouvert à tout public qui souhaite prendre un moment pour s’occuper de sa beauté extérieure et intérieure.
Le cours commence avec un gommage que l’on se fait soi-même.
Le gommage ou exfoliation permet à la peau de respirer en la débarrassant des impuretés et la rend plus douce et plus lisse.
Elle permet aussi d’activer la microcirculation en stimulant les petits vaisseaux sanguins du corps et du visage, ce qui favorise la régénération cellulaire.
Le cours se poursuit par des enchaînements de mouvements qui assouplissent le corps avec des exercices simples pour détendre les tensions, faire circuler et stimuler la puissance du corps sur le plan énergétique.
Viennent ensuite différents exercices de respiration en musique.
La respiration alternée a de multiples bienfaits: Développe la concentration, augmente les capacités intellectuelles, équilibre les hémisphères du cerveau, favorise le calme et le retour vers soi.
Veuillez apportez svp : un gant de crin et une serviette.
STAGE PREMIER SECOURS - CERTIFICATION avec DIPLôME NATIONAL
with Anthony Heilmann
monday 10 & tuesday 11, april
hours: monday 10am-7pm
GUIDER PAR LE TOUCHER EN GYROTONIC®
Avec Pascale Léonard
Specialized Master Trainer Gyrotonic® et Gyrokinesis® de Montréal
Jeudi 30 mars 2017 de 14h30 à 18h30 - 140€
Guider par le toucher en GYROTONIC®, quand et comment utiliser le toucher
L'atelier permettra d'approfondir les principes et la pratique de ce concept. L'emphase sera également mise sur l'un des fondements de la méthode GYROTONIC®: l'utilisation de l'opposition dans le mouvement.
L'atelier insistera sur les trois aspects suivants :
· l'importance et le rôle des instructions verbales,
· comment aiguiser votre sens du toucher,
· quand et comment insérer ces deux premiers éléments dans votre démarche.
S'appuyant à la fois sur des rudiments d'anatomie, des démonstrations et des pratiques, l'atelier comprendra des exercices applicables tant au client souffrant de maux de dos, douleurs lombaires, ou hernies discales, qu'à celui en bonne condition physique.
BREATHING COURSES CLASS
Avec Pascale Léonard
Master Trainer de Montréal
Vendredi 31 mars 2017 de 14h à 16h15 - 48€
Tout instructeur et client en GYROTONIC® et GYROKINESIS® sont les bienvenus, ainsi que les adeptes de yoga et de méditation.
La classe est composée d’un échauffement précis au niveau de la colonne cervicale ainsi que de quelques exercices préparatoires pour éveiller le centre de la respiration. La classe est exécutée sur tabouret et les exercices de respiration sont renforcés par le son et la musique créés par Juliu Horvath et Rodolpho Troncoso. Suivi d’une période d’intégration et de méditation au sol.
PASCALE LEONARD est la première à implanter le système GYROTONIC® au Canada en 1997. Elle est certifiée Specialized Master Trainer GYROTONIC® et GYROKINESIS® niveau 1 et 2 en Europe et aux Etats-Unis. Elle est établie à Montréal et offre des formations d’instructeurs en France, Israël, Riviera Maya (Mexique) et à Toronto.
Formée en danse contemporaine et en danse classique indienne, elle découvre la méthode GYROTONIC® à New-York en 1996. Elle continue d’explorer et d’approfondir cette méthode en participant régulièrement aux stages offerts par le créateur Juliu Horvath, tout en y ajoutant de nouvelles techniques telles que le chi kung, le Jin Shin Do et le Bhagwa.
Elle a complété sa formation en ostéopathie en 2009. Elle travaille présentement sur sa thèse «Le mouvement lemniscatoire, sa place et son importance en osthéopathie».
Elle poursuit une formation post-graduée en ostéopathie bio-dynamique.
PASCALE LEONARD was first to introduce GYROTONIC® method in Canada. Having obtained her certificate as a specialized Master Trainer since 1997, she is offering Teacher Training Courses in GYROTONIC® and GYROKINESIS® (Level 1 & 2) in France, Israël, Riviera Maya, Mexico and in Toronto.
A graduated of Les Ateliers de Danse Moderne de Montréal (LADMMI), Pascale traveled to India to study classical Indian dance which fascinated her by its ability to communicate the full range of emotions. In New York she pursued her training at the Martha Graham School and at the Limon Institute. It was during this period that she discovered the exceptional movement technique of GYROTONIC®.
She continues today to explore and refine her technique by continuous education with Juliu Horvath the Creator, while also integrating other techniques such as Jin Shin Do® (acupressure), Chi Kung and Bhagwa. She completed her osteopathy program and she is presently writing a thesis: « The importance and the place of figure eight (movement at the base of Origin of Life) movement in Osteopathy». She continues her education in osteopathy with a post-graduate Course in Bio-Dynamique.
Master Class Pilates
pour professionnels et amateurs
Beyond WordsThe Connection Between Us
with Jennifer Bury
“In a non-intrusive way Jennifer enables you to meet yourself,while you learn to use your body more e ec vely, more fully, more comfortably.“ Female CEO of a Fortune 500 communications company
We communicate with each other all the me - with and without words. This nonverbal communication,or “kinesthetic resonance”, is rarely recognized, yet provides the intrinsic basis from whichwe interpret and respond to the world around us.Through experimenting with our primary developmental movements in relationship to each other, we will become aware of our own unconscious expressive tendencies. This awareness expands our perception of ourselves and thereby increases our overall ability to connect with others.The workshop will include theoretical, experiential, and collaborative learning in the form of a mini-lecture, interactive discussion and engaged, action-based-play, to excite our curiosity for exploration and meaningful contact.
“Do not the most moving moments of our lives and us all without words?“ Marcel Marceau
Jennifer Bury went from medical school to the School of the Arts in Dance at NYU to co-forming a dance company and since 1985 has been running her private practice as a movement therapist, originally based in New York City and now in San Francisco. In addition to her medical, dance, and kinesiology background she has studied neuroscience, Gestalt therapy, osteopathy, Ideokinesis, Bartenie Fundamentals, Bioenergetics, Feldenkrais and Alexander techniques, Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy, Body Mind Centering, shiatsu, Kinomichi, various forms of yoga and breath work, myofascial massage, craniosacral therapy, and holds a black belt in Aikido. For further details: www.jenniferbury.com
November 23rd & 24th, 2016
WED & THU 3pm to 6 pm
This workshop is open to everybody - no dance training required!
Jennifer began her pre-med studies in 1979 at NYU’s School of Medicine and then switched to the School of the Arts in Dance. After graduating she went on to form a dance company based in Germany performing throughout Europe and since 1985 has been running her private practice as a movement therapist, first in New York City and now in San Francisco. Jennifer originally learned Pilates from her mother who studied directly with Joe and Clara in their studio in New York City. In addition to her medical and kinesiology background she has studied neuroscience, developmental somatics, Gestalt therapy, osteopathy, Ideokinesis, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Bioenergetics, Feldenkrais and Alexander techniques, Focusing, Somatics, Body Mind Centering, shiatsu, various forms of yoga and breath work, myofascial massage, craniosacral therapy, and holds a black belt in Aikido in addition to other areas of ongoing study.
In addition to her full-time private practice working individually with a wide range of clients, Jennifer runs an ongoing group investigating Creative Ways of Coping physically, emotionally, & personally at her San Francisco studio. Jennifer taught for 15 years at the Saint Francis Hospital in San Francisco. She has also taught at Mills College, Bard College, University of Utah, Manchester Metropolitan University, New York City Center for Joint Diseases, Munich University for Sports-Science & Rehabilitation, Better Future Today Orphanage in Cambodia, Gestalt Associates International Training, California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), the Bay Area Gestalt Institute, New Dawn residential center for eating disorders, Miami City Ballet School, Moving On Center School for Participatory Research, Chisenhale Dance Space, the Laban Centre London, London Contemporary School of Dance, London Independent Dance, Tanz Quartier Vienna, Tanz & Schule Munich, Tanz Werkstatt Europa, Joint Adventures, the Choreographer’s Atelier, Keana Studio Paris and many other venues.
Jennifer has been a featured lecturer at medical and psychology conferences such as the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy, the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science, the Bay Area Gestalt Institute, Tanz Medizin Symposium Deutschland, Symposium on the Science & Somatics of Dance/University of Utah, Gestalt Association of Los Angeles international trainings in Lithuania, Switzerland, and Italy, the National Lymphodema Network, and TASC Network Pediatrics Association, where she brings her special knowledge of how we develop intellectually, physically, and emotionally through movement, to the medical and psychology communities.
For further details see http://jenniferbury.com/
Jennifer Bury, 2255 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 101, San Francisco, CA 94109 +1 415-433-3347, email@example.com
“Jennifer doesn’t just give you exercises or tell you what to do; she gives you the opportunity to discover in motion what you tend to do and to choose what feels best to you.”- 86 year old female retired pilot.
“In a non-intrusive way Jennifer enables you to meet yourself, while you learn to use your body more effectively, more fully, more comfortably”.- 53 year old female CEO of a communications company.
“Jennifer’s background in somatics, psychology, neuroscience, and medicine makes her uniquely qualified to help people gain a deeper, more effective understanding both of how to care for their bodies and themselves.”~ 43 year old surgeon and runner.
Gyrokinesis® Pre-training with Sébastien Thill
November 12, 13 & 17, 18, 19, 20 2016
Time : 30h
2pm-5pm & 7pm-9pm
Price : 550€ + 150€ studiofee
Registration before october 30rd, 2016
Sébastien fait son éducation de danseur à l'école de danse de l'Opéra de Paris. Il entre dans la compagnie de l'Opéra de Paris sous la direction de Rudolf Nouerez. Durant ces 10 années de carrière, il travaille avec des chorégraphes de renommée internationale tels que Maurice Béjart, Jérôme Robbins, Roland Petit, Ohad Navarin, Carolyn Carlson. Il quitte Paris pour le Ballet de Hambourg où il travaille en tant que soliste avec John Neumeier. Il rejoint par la suite Salon K à Berlin sous la direction de Patrick King et se produit à Oslo, Stockholm, Moscou, Berlin, Rome, Milan.
Sur Paris il créer cette année "Simul" avec 7 autres danseurs, chorégraphie Redha.
Au milieu de sa carrière, suite à des problèmes de santé, il décide d'apprendre la méthode de GYROKINESIS® à Berlin qui lui permet de le faire non seulement revenir sur scène, mais surtout de prolonger sa carrière.
Il fait sa formation GYROKINESIS® à Berlin en 2011 avec Anke Hauerstein, son éducation GYROTONIC® en 2014 avec Regula Gardient. Il obtient son certificat de Jumping Stretching Board® à Venise avec Ferdinanado Cagliari. Sébastien à l'occasion de travailler directement avec Juliu Horvath (le fondateur de la méthode) à trois reprises et en septembre 2014 à l'issus du GYROKINESIS® foundation course que Juliu a dirigé lui-même, il obtient son titre de GYROKINESIS® Pre-trainer.