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22nd May 2021
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A cosy afternoon of practice, tea & nibbles to learn more about our 200h course running Sept-Dec 2021

This is a lovely opportunity to:

-Meet our lead teachers Amanda Walker and Roberto Rubalcava.
-Gain understanding of what the course will cover
-Ask questions
-Get a felt sense of its atmosphere and ethos.


3pm Arrival, tea, brief introduction
3:15-4:15pm Vinyasa Flow Practice instructed by Lead Trainers
4:15-4:30 Snacks & more tea
5430-5pm Course presentation and Q&A

If you are looking for a deeper dive into the tradition of yoga no matter if to teach, refine your practice or just approach it with greater understanding and skill for your own personal journey … our course might be just right for you!


SOUND BATH with Marco Florio

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It is now scientifically proven that Therapeutic Sound has a lot of potential to resonate with our own energy system on all levels of being: physically mentally and spiritually.
It can transform negativity into positivity and promote a state of wellbeing and the stimulation of dormant energies.
In sound therapy the participant becomes the focus of the session, the therapist facilitates an intention set at the beginning of the session.
Sound can help to dissolve heavy and stacked energies in the body, it can also be very beneficial to whom suffer from: chronic pain, stress, self esteem challenges, life transitions, anxiety, depression, limiting beliefs, conflict, spiritual stagnation. In most of the cases sound induces deep relaxation and guiding participants into a dimension away from time and space as a result one will feel that time has passed really quickly even though they might have experienced a full hour session.
Your body temperature will probably drop when you begin to rest so wear comfortable, warm clothing. Please bring your own blankets, pillows if you wish., and your own yoga mat.
No meditation or sound bath experience required!

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Sound Salvej is Marco Florio. He lives in London and has achieved a Practitioner Level Diploma in Sound Therapy at the British Academy of Sound Therapy in 2012. He also attended many workshops related to sound; intensive Gong Training with Gong Granmaster Don Conreaux, crystal- clear overtones workshop with voice Artist/Teacher Natascha Nikeprelevic, Mongolian Khoomii (Overtone singing) with the UK most experienced Khoomii overtone singer Michael Ormiston, voice and Laughter workshop with LARAAJI and many more. It has been into sound in many ways since his very young age playing in rock Indi bands, making it’s own electronic computer based project, being a dj and a radio broadcaster. After all these experiences with sound he decided to discover a different meaning to all of it and he found out that sound could benefit our self and others. The use of ancient organic instruments like the Gong and the Himalayan bowls immediately clicked with him and pointed him in the way to work with sound not only for the sake of fun but for a whole magical new experience, hope you can share with him all this new world. Marco has hold Sound Bath and Gong Bath in London, he worked with yoga teachers and Yoga centre in London such as TripSpace, The Well Garden, East of Eden, Project Me and other private venue where he organise Sound Bath and also made sound Workshop.


For More :
Facebook: Marco Florio Sound Salvej
Instagram: soundsalvej


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5th June
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Over the four hour session we will introduce techniques to improve our relationship to the floor. Specifically within the realms of floor work and low form acrobatics. Using drills, games and improvisation We will consider where our ‘gaps’ are within floor work patterns. We will also observe the relationship between efficiency and quality.

We will learn phrases that will aim to expand our floor work and acrobatic vocabulary. Samuel’s teachings come from his own personal practice, which is influenced by Breaking, Capoeira, Tricking, Hip Hop styles, Gymnastics, Contemporary dance, Flying Low and improvisation. His movement research is also influenced by teachers such as Tomislav English, Fighting Monkey/RootlessRoot, Anton Lachky, Winston Reynolds.




Samuel’s personal practice is informed by his education at Northern School of Contemporary Dance (BA Hons), and extensive training in sporting and artistic techniques including Gymnastics, Capoeira, Breaking, Parkour, Tricking, Skateboarding, Bouldering and Hip-Hop styles. As a dancer he has been invited to compete internationally at battles and events such as Kre8, Open Your Mind and WGTF’s The Collab in the experimental category. Artistically Samuel has collaborated with companies such as Zoo Nation, James Wilton Dance, Southpaw Dance Company, Company Nil and Hannah Perry Artist. Samuel has worked on film in Tom Hooper’s reimagining of CATS, Paul Thomas Anderson, Thom Yorke and Damien Jalet’s ANIMA, and Josie Rourke’s Mary Queen of Scots, and has worked closely with choreographer Wayne McGregor researching movement for film and Motion Capture projects.