Krama (from Sanskrit) here means way, path, your own ‘method’ of conducting your life.
Sunday 2nd February 2020, Holyhead Studios, 16 Lower Holyhead Rd, Coventry CV1 3AU.
10:30am-12:30pm The Art of Krama (Part of Krama Integrative Training, the KiT) A detailed introduction to the idea, the philosophy and methodology of Krama – a Western reflection of Yoga.
Body Work: find the most effective and efficient form of exercise for a healthier, stronger, more attractive body. (Built around systems such as Dynamic Asana/Vinyasa in yoga, Natural Movement, High Intensity Interval Training.)
Mind Work: understanding how thoughts act through words making you oscillate between the past and the future, steeling your present… (Exploring techniques like Mindfulness Meditation, Contemplation, Constructive Introspection.)
Heart Work: making friends with your ‘inner Monkey’, for a more settled, clearer, better functioning ‘internal world’ through improved Emotional Intelligence. (Understanding and using the model of Chimp Paradox by Prof. Steve Peters, Nonviolent Communication, various philosophical works.)
1:30-3:30pm Philosophy to the Rescue – “What is the goal of virtue, after all, except a life that flows smoothly?” (Epictetus, Discourses, I.4)
This next programme in the Monkey House Project deals with how to re-think, re-organise, re-design your life, to live with more joy and contentment. How to use ’The Chimp Paradox’ (prof. Steve Peters’ model) to take better control of your mind and emotions. Exploring the Japanese Ikigai model for identifying what you should really be doing in terms of work, vocation, profession…
Workshop fees: £25 one workshop, or £45 if you attend both. Further £5 discount if you bring a new guest with you.
Please come back to me ASAP with your booking intentions. By all means give me a ring to discuss any points that might need clarification… Enquiries and bookings through the contact page.
For more on our work in the field of Emotional Intelligence, please see our other website for The Monkey House Project.