Integration Training Journal - Mark Walsh's Blog

Brighton (Sussex)/ London UK

Where business training, management & leadership training, time & stress management, coaching and team building meet "alternative" content. For all who integrate BOTH worlds as human business beings - to benefit themselves, their work and the world.

Category Archives: embodied

London – The psychology of partner yoga, Embodied Yoga Principles workshop with Mark and Mayan – 10th September 2017

What does partner/ Acro Yoga show us about how we build relationships of all kinds? How can we support our connection and communication with others through the practice of yoga?  This original gem of a workshop will explore what's going on psychologically and emotionally when we ...

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London – Embodying self-care, an Embodied Yoga Principles workshop – 3rd September, 2017

Whether we want to change the world, have healthy relationships or just feel good, self-care is fundamental. Because of how we’re raised and the challenges of everyday life, many of us struggle with this. As well as using the tools of yoga ...

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Brighton – How to be a hippie while keeping your balls: an Embodied Yoga Principles workshop for men – 9th September 2pm – 5pm

With Mark and Jude This three hour workshop explores Embodied Yoga Principles specifically for men. Led by EYP founder Mark Walsh with support from experienced yoga teacher Jude Murray We’ll be looking at what it means to be a man who’s into alternative stuff, respects women, ...

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London – Deep Flow, an Embodied Yoga Principles workshop – 23rd July, 2017

-With Luisa and Mark 

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Brighton – Bodywork for Coaches, Trainers and Therapists Intensive – with Paul Linden, assisted by Mark Walsh, 14th-17th Sept 2017

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Brighton – Working with the body for trainers and coaches with Mark Walsh, 12th Sept 2017

This is an experiential training for those wishing to develop practical skills working with the body in training and coaching. Using posture, breathing and movement helps clients go deep quickly and creates lasting results. This training ...

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