Workshops are sessions that allow practitioners to learn more about a topic in a more detailed manner. Usually the session runs for two hours and the teacher/expert will share theoretical insights as well as a yoga practice or practical tips to apply in your day to day.

All workshops have a cancellation policy of 7 days and your booking is not confirmed until payment is made. Due to COVID-19 measures, we do not take walk-ins for workshops or our classes.

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Workshop: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Health   FULLY BOOKED

How Chinese medicine views health in daily life

KPY Logo Date & Time: 16 January 2021 (Saturday), 15.30-17.30
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Venue: East Coast Studio
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Cost:

$60 per person. FULLY BOOKED

If you are new to KPY, please book by creating an account here directly or email MyMat@KatePorterYoga.com if you have any questions.

Once you have secured a spot, kindly make payment via PayNow to UEN 200722173H to confirm your spot.

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What it’s about:

Is health on your list of new year resolutions in 2021?

Join Catherine where she will share insights from classic Chinese Medicine texts that have endured the test of time for over 2,000 years.  This 2-hour session will consist of both theory and a Yin practice where:

– You will be introduced to how Chinese Medicine views wellness and maintenance of health;

– Learn useful acupressure points usable in daily life; and 

– Finish with a grounding and relaxing Yin Yoga practice incorporating acupressure points.

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Teacher:

Catherine recently graduated top in class from a 2-year programme at the Singapore College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Overlaying her in-depth knowledge of TCM with yoga and making sure it’s applicable to our every day lives is Catherine’s aim for this session.

Her belief in lifelong learning and keen interest in the  study of anatomy and fascia, traditional Chinese medicine, qigong healing and yoga philosophy have motivated her to pursue such knowledge rigorously through self-study and workshops with many teachers including Carlos Pomeda, Charat Singh, Martin Kirk, Michael Watson, Thomas Myers and Tiffany Cruikshank. More on her here.