A wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in daily Assisted Self Practise (6 Mornings Sun-Fri) & 3 Afternoon Workshops covering Technique, Pranayama, Philosophy, Meditation and Q&A under the experienced guidance of Senior Ashtanga teacher Sandra Howling – Sandra will be assisted by Ramona Roudhoust. Immerse yourself in your practice, delicious vegetarian food and time to simply relax by the pool in this stunning location.
Sandra Howling – BIO:
Sandra is a graduate of the John Scott Yoga Teacher Training programme and one of
the few teachers to receive the Senior Level Teacher accreditation from John. Sandra
teaches Primary, Intermediate and opening part of Advanced A Series of Ashtanga
Vinyasa Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Sandra also teaches the new John Scott Yoga Teacher
Training Programs; Foundation level, 200hr Primary Series TT and the 500hr
Certification Intermediate Series TT. She has been practising yoga since 2001, studying
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with John Scott since 2002 and teaching since 2007. In
addition, she studies with and has completed Manju Pattabhi Jois Primary and
Intermediate Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training and Manju’s Yoga Therapy Training.
Sandra also has Senior Yoga Teacher (SYT) accreditation with the Yoga Alliance and is
a qualified British Wheel of Yoga Teacher, graduating with their Teaching Diploma after
3½ years study with tutor Swami Vivekananda Ma. She also practised with ‘Guruji’ (Sri
K Pattabhi Jois), Sharath and Saraswati, when they visited London.
Sandra teaches in the UK and Europe holding Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Assisted Self
Practise classes, Primary and Intermediate Series Counted classes, Workshops,
Retreats and Teacher Trainings. Sandra has also assisted Manju Jois in the UK and
John Scott in the UK and Europe and on his CPD training for teachers.
A student first and always; “My aim is to help people develop a personal, safe and
healing practise. I am continually grateful to all who share yoga with me. Deep gratitude
especially goes to my teacher John Scott and my dear students….all of whom inspire
me to keep learning and sharing the way of yoga everyday.” for more info go to:
Ramona Roudhoust – BIO:
After a decade career in medical and pharmaceutical industry, I began teaching yoga in Brussels in 2008, and qualified as a yoga therapist through the JohnScott Yoga (Cornwall) .
I have studying various approaches to yoga and alternative therapies since 2004, and regularly learn from teachers in India, Japan, Europe, and US. Most of my work involves individualised yoga or mindfulness-based therapy, using Chinese medicine/ Shiatsu, Yogic and Buddhist principles to support treatment.
I believe in teaching people, not poses, which makes each class unique, focused and transformative, responding to the needs and energy of the moment. The postural practice is just one gateway to understanding yoga, with the ultimate aim of becoming a more fully aware, balanced and integrated being.
Life’s challenges present opportunities for personal and spiritual growth, and serve as signposts on the path to awakening. Ashtanga yoga, Japanese (DO-In) yoga, Pranayama (breath work) and meditation practice is healing, empowering and inspiring. It’s deeply satisfying to watch people tap into their potential and discover and transform themselves through ancient wisdom teachings.
My 12 years of developing a personal mindfulness practice provide tools and support both in my therapy work and as a parent. I have especially been blessed to spend years with Masters and great teachers on retreats since 2008.
My yoga therapy practice includes clients dealing with emotional and physical health issues, such as back problems, chronic pain, high blood pressure, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, breast cancer, anxiety and depression. I also use Daniel Schroder’s “corps astral” and energetic reading as a way to understand one’s energy pattern to deepen self-awareness.
The individual sessions that I offer can involve any of the above tools, including spiritual guidance.
My roots are in Iran and in Sweden and I live in Brussels since 1998.