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👀 Interoceptive awareness 👀

If we can let go of our preconceptions & dive into the level of pure, experienced sensation, we can begin to experience the world as it truly is – Richard Miller

Namaste Yogi,
You have at some point attended one of my classes and may still attend my classes, so you will know I’ve always taught with a passion for anatomy but, what you probably didn’t realise is that I am also teaching you Interoception.  What on earth is that I hear you say?
When we become aware of our heart beating, our breathing, feelings of anxiety or hunger – we are practicing Interoception. It’s about sensing internal signals from our body.  It helps us recognize our own emotions and is thought to be helpful in how we recognize emotions in others.
“Notice where you feel your breath, notice where you feel a stretch sensation” sound familiar?
Research now suggests that the more sensitive you are to these signals, the greater ability you have to effectively cope with stress.
According to a study published in Biological Psychology, those with poor interoceptive awareness may be less able to adapt to stressful situations.
Yet another reason for you to get on your mat, attend a class & take care of your physical and mental health.

I have a few places available in both of my classes at Sjaan’s Dance Academy in Hailsham.

Mondays 10.30-11.30am – Foundational Yoga (suitable for all)

Fridays 9.30 – 10.10am – Yoga for Healthy Ageing (Suitable for beginners or those who may have limitations in mobility)

Why don’t you come along and try your 1st class for FREE?

Unfortunately, there is no Wannock village hall class this month.  My next date is 24th June.
I plan on combining my love for Anatomy & Interoceptive awareness on a journey around the spine!  Look out for more details in my next newsletter.

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With Love and gratitude

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