Cultivate Your 3 Treasures
In this 3 hour workshop discover the secrets of the San Bao (Three Treasures): Jing (vital essence), Qi (subtle breath and energy) and Shen (spirit). Explore your body, mind and the energy flowing through you as we discover the actions that can cause imbalances and how to realign the body.This workshop combines Traditional Chinese Medicine theory with practical interactions and a blissful 90-minute Yin Yoga class.
Saturday 17th November 10am – 1pm at Eastwest, $49
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ABOUT TRUTH ROBINSON
Truth Robinson has been living and breathing Yoga since he discovered it in 2001, always ensuring to live yoga off the mat as well as the practice on the mat. Growing up with a keen Buddhist meditator father, Truth was inspired to undertake his first of many 10-day silent mediation retreats. The stillness he discovered created a conscious shift in all aspects of his life which brought him to yoga a few months later.
Truth’s yoga journey began with Ashtanga (Patabhi Jois, India) in Brighton & Edinburgh, UK. Then over the next several years spent significant time studying Agama Tantric Yoga (Thailand), Sivananda Yoga (India), Iyengar Yoga (India) until finally settling in Satyananda Yoga of the Bihar School of Yoga, the world’s first Yoga University based in Munger, India, started by Sw. Satyananda a foremost disciple of Sw. Sivananda. In 2011, Truth formally completed a 2 year and 1,500+ hour Diploma of Satyananda Yoga Teaching, which delved deeply into pranayama, chanting, bhandas, meditation and philosophy.
A few years of teaching inspired a shift to the healing arts and he completed a degree to become a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2014. Since graduating, Truth has become a registered and practicing Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist.
Through the rich tapestry of experiences and his varied education, Truth has become a passionate yin yoga teacher. Completed his yin teacher training with Jo Phee, a foremost student of Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers, he since been influenced heavily by Bernie Clark and Duncan Peak’s functional anatomy. Through his extensive Chinese medicine training Truth has developed a unique style of yin yoga theory based on the Huang Di Nei Jing (Yellow Emperors Classic) and his study with Dr. Wang (China) and Dr. Robertson (USA). Truth’s classes leave you feeling energised and inspired to make significant changes mentally and physically in your life.
Through his education, his style has developed to ensure that students receive a physically complete practice developing strength and endurance along with flexibility, and therefore helping individuals to become fit through the practice of Yoga. Whilst also looking deeper into the individual and offering an opportunity to realise the True self through developing inner stillness.