WELL-BEING

Michele Lorna Winter

Michele Lorna Winter

BackFIT PILATES: This approach to Pilates focuses on rebalancing the muscle firing patterns and encouraging joint movement in a gentle, conscious way. It is perfect if you are nervous about doing any sort of movement. The exercises are slow, within a range that is accessible, pain free and performed in a mindfully. The breathing technique is powerful, encouraging relaxation, which reduces stress both on a physical and emotional level. This means it is suitable for everyone, all abilities and anyone new to exercise.

GONGBATH: GONGS create a mesmerizing soundscape, which can aid meditation, healing and awakening. These powerful tones, frequencies and vibrations, will cleanse, clear, soothe and rejuvenate on the deepest cellular level. The mind can be stilled, tensions released, blockages cleared, and the body re-energized by restoring the free flow of vital energy around the body. You will be left feeling clear, balanced and at peace.
Gong Baths or Sound Meditations or Sound Massages create sound waves that wash through your whole being, altering brain patterns and help you enter a dream like, deep meditative state and bringing the body, mind and heart in to balance.

The Float Spa

The Float Spa

The Float Spa is a wellbeing centre based in Hove. Offering a range of complementary therapies under one roof - which provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Therapies include; floatation therapy, massage, infrared sauna sessions, chiropractic, plus with 40 yoga classes on the timetable there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether you are a beginner or advanced yogi. At The Float Spa we pride ourselves on our focus towards reducing our environmental impact, including introducing circular economies with suppliers, reducing waste and also working with local suppliers.

On the day Camille Kasler Pierson will be offering the opportunity to make your own natural bath salts, using organic Epsom salts, Essential Oils and decorate with petals.

Plus talking about what they offer with exclusive offers running throughout the day.

Crystal Faith

Crystal Faith

Hatha Yoga & Tibetan singing bowls meditation: 

This class welcomes beginners to advanced students. A chance to focus in, bring awareness to self and detach from unwanted thoughts. The physical side of the practice will include a slow moving sequence of sun salutations, warriors, balance and stretching asanas (postures) with variations to suit individual levels. The meditation will allow you to immerse yourself in the beautiful sound of tibetan singing bowls, giving you a chance to let go, release and open up mentally and physically.

Jim Tarran

Jim Tarran

Jim has been practicing yoga since 1990 and has been teaching since 1992. 

Back in 2000, Jim founded Vajrasati Yoga, and is a Yoga Alliance Professionals Teacher training Plus 500 RYS course which is the highest accreditation available for a teacher training course. In truth the course outstrips even the new high standards required by teacher training plus accreditation with over 1000 hours of training between the contact and non-contact aspects of the course.

As a teacher trainer I teach and am qualified to teach students ranging from total beginners to advanced and everyone in between. 
The focus of the classes is hinged on yoga practices that are familiar to most; asana (posture), dhyana (mediation), pranayama (breathing practices), mudra (hand gestures and otter 'energy containers and mantra (chanting). Taking the lions share of these is asana.

All the techniques are employed to serve the principal purpose of yoga - an awakening to the undivided holism of our essence.

Sarah Enright

Sarah Enright

Sarah Enright

My goal is to empower students to spark an intrinsic conversation within themselves; to discover the depths and possibilities that lie beyond the confines of ego, doubt, and self-criticism. It is said that the asana (physical) practice makes up only 1% of what Yoga teaches and represents. The physical practice is merely a thread which leads to the more important realization of the true self. As a wise teacher once said to me “I know a lot of not-so-amazing people that can do really amazing handstands”. I teach from the belief that the Yoga practice should be free from prerequisites and made accessible for everyone. Ultimately, my aim is to inspire individuals to live their yoga “off of the mat” as more mindful, compassionate and empathetic individuals- so to inspire others to do the same. 

Sam Proctor

Sam Proctor

My names Sam and I'm a mobile, deep tissue masseur, working in and around West Sussex. 

I specialise in relaxation and sports massage, and do all this in the comfort of your own home.

Whether its pain relief, tightness and strains from sports and training, or you just need time to shut down and turn that mind off, I'm here to help :)

At the CleverGreen Festival I will be offering 25mins Neck-Shoulders-Back massage. Pop over and get this quick stress and tension release fast!

Bryony Hamerton

Bryony Hamerton

A Senior Yoga Instructor, Minded Yoga Therapist, Experienced Teacher Trainer and Minded Institute supervisor, Bryony is Be-Yoga's founder and with 10 years full-time teaching experience, she brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to Be-Yoga. 
With a regular yoga practice since drama school in the 90s, Bryony found the breathing techniques and the discipline of yoga enhanced the experience of performance. Moving to Brighton in 2002 and discovering hot yoga was when the practice became a daily, transformative experience. Teacher training followed and since 2008 Bryony has had the opportunity to teach yoga full time to many different students of all ages and abilities. 
Ever a student and developing her teaching skills with further training and continual, evolving practice, Bryony currently trains with Shiva Rea in India, London and Greece and works as a supervisor with Heather Mason on the 500hr professional Yoga Therapy course at The Minded Institute. Also qualified in 2010 with Jo Manuel at The Special Yoga Centre - Teaching Yoga To Children and Yoga for the Special child, Bryony has completed various immersions with the Jivamukti school of yoga and trained with Judith Laseter in restorative yoga.  

Balancing dynamic practice and a regular and dedicated Yin yoga practice, Bryony passionately believes that the practice of yoga is for all of us and that there is a style of yoga to suit everybody - at every stage of life.
 

Anthony Austin

Anthony Austin

Shiatsu-based chair massage
I will be offering 15-minute, shiatsu-based chair massages for the back, shoulders and spine. Shiatsu (finger pressure in Japanese) is a system of bodywork fusing Chinese medical theory with western approaches to anatomy and physiology into a method of bodywork to relax the body and mind. 

Qigong
I teach Qigong, an exercise system from China that incorporates movement, healing posture, breathing techniques and meditation to foster relaxation and develop the body’s life energy or “Qi”. Through the gentle performance of a set of guided movements, the body’s Qi is propelled through a network of energy channels related to the different organs in the body promoting better health, greater energy and a sense of tranquillity and calm in the mind. 

Biography
Tony is a Shiatsu therapist, Qigong instructor and counsellor.  He has trained with some of the country’s leading Energy work practitioners including Cliff Andrews, Annie Cryar and Nicola Ley of the Shiatsu College and Kulwinder Kaur and Dan Stretton from the British School of Shiatsu. He has studied under Sifu Cheung of the Tai Chi and Feng Shui Institute and is qualified to teach the three principal forms of Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi. He has always been fascinated by the relationship between mind and body and sees Shiatsu and Qigong as means to enable others to develop their own healing resources. 

Patrick Souiljaert

Patrick Souiljaert

Talk: Ascension meditation. How I found it, how it helps me every day and how Ascension can help other people.

Intro talk on Ascension meditation, interactive talk that will require audience participation.
 

Kevin Mottley

Kevin Mottley

I studied Tai Chi in Japan over 12 years ago and then continued my training in Cornwall, England. Having trained as a black belt 3rd Dan, Jade Mountain Tai Chi is spreading across the Sussex.

I teach all age groups, however Tai Chi is especially beneficial for those of a mature age. Benefits include balance, relaxation, brain function and total wellbeing. 

Dawn Wilson

Dawn Wilson

Transformational Breathwork Workshop:
Take a Deep Breath and Discover your true breathing Power.
Breathe your way to good Health.
Concious breathing meditation transitions people with unfocused minds into peak human states of concentration.
This method has its origins in Pranayama ancient Indian protocols combined with modern science to promote the release of stress and negative thoughts. This incredible practice can awaken dormant parts of your brain, improves circulation. Floods the body with oxygen which creates an alkaline body with lots of energy. Rewires your nervous system and turns on the immune system. Experience deep feelings of peace and tranquility.
When you join this amazing workshop you will discover your very own breath and how to unlock its immense potential.
And its right under your nose.
Dawn Wilson is a Hypnotherapist, Stress management coach of over 25 yrs. 

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