Workshops are special two-hour learning sessions which are usually on a Saturday afternoon. These interactive extended sessions allow students to learn more than ‘how’ but also ‘why’ we do certain things in yoga. Even better, they include a glass of granny’s homemade lemonade specially brewed for the session.

Please note there is a 7-day cancellation policy for workshops. Your spot is not confirmed until payment is made.

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Class Title: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Yoga
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Date: 15 February 2020 (Saturday)
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Time: 15.30 – 17.30
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Venue: East Coast Studio (click here for studio directions)
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Cost: $60 per person (by bank transfer or in person)

$63 per person (by PayPal)



Pls email MyMat@KatePorterYoga.com or WhatsApp 97813403 if you encounter any difficulties.

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What it’s about:

Now that the festivities are almost over, is it time to cleanse out excesses from our body?

In this workshop, Dr Lim will introduce the physiology and functions of liver from a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), biomedical science and yoga point of view, associated illnesses and conditions beyond the conventional Western Medicine that can arise from liver and the areas that its energy channels pass through will be discussed.

Possible symptoms that indicate liver issues will be shared so that one can be alerted to possible liver malfunctions arising and seek help early. TCM self-help tips that can help cleanse the liver will also be shared.

This workshop involves a yoga session involving meditation, breathwork, yoga asanas and a short eye cleansing session focused on liver cleansing. Please come dressed to practise. Suitable for everyone.

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Who:

Dr Lim Xiang Jun is a Singaporean who holds a Doctorate degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and has been in this field for 15 years and counting since 2005. Her quest for knowledge and desire to fully understand and explain the workings behind the thousands-year-old Chinese Medicine saw her through the journey of finally being conferred the highest level of qualifications for both Chinese Medicine and Biomedical Science. At the same time, her spiritual inclinations have further led her to be trained under teachers and Masters of various other forms of alternative medicines such as Ayurveda, Yoga, Reiki and Metaphysical studies such as Bazi, Feng Shui, Physiognomy, Crystal Healing. As such, her practice is not simply a TCM practice, but a combination of Western Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Traditional Indian Medicine and Energy medicines. More on Dr Xiang Jun here.