Workshops with Jules + Emily

22nd to 24th of April with Jules + Emily

Jules Febre and Emily Wright in Munich

Join Jules and Emily for a special Yoga weekend!
Asana – lovely harp live music – intellectual and spiritual Inspirations – Meditation – Hip-Hop!

We are very happy to welcome both of them in Munich. Jules, one of the few Senior Jivamukti Teachers will teach 3 Workshops. Emily Wright will share her knowledge about the Science of Yoga in a Lecture and Meditation. Workshops and Lecture will be taught in English.

Freitag, 22. April
10:00 – 13:00 Uhr
Jivamukti Yoga Continued Education Workshop for Yoga Teachers
with Jules Febre

Samstag, 23. April
12:00 – 14:30 Uhr
Jivamukti Yoga Workshop and Live-Music by Emily Wright: An Integrated Approach to Yoga
with Jules Febre

The Science of Yoga – Lecture/Meditation-Workshop
with Emily Wright
Neueste wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse zum Thema Yoga und Meditation und wie diese praktisch umgesetzt werden können.

Sonntag, 24. April
14:00-16:30 Uhr
Hip Hop Asana – Jivamukti Yoga Workshop
with Jules Febre

Saturday & Sunday (price for 3 workshop): €90
(10% off for certified Jivamukti teachers)

Detailed Workshop Descriptions:

Samstag, 23. April
12:00 – 14:30 Uhr
Jivamukti Yoga Workshop “An Integrated Approach to Yoga“ with Jules Febre, and Live-Music by Emily Wright

A whole being is one that is fully integrated with life. An integrated yogic approach is one that uses varied practices to find where we have resisted that experience of wholeness. A vigorous asana class that will incorporate elements of Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga and Jñana Yoga.
Open to all levels. Asana, Chanting, Meditation.

The Science of Yoga – Lecture/Meditation-Workshop with Emily Wright
Yoga and meditation have found widespread popularity in a contemporary postmodern
culture which considers science the authoritative body of truth. It is inevitable, then, that
these practices be explored and re-articulated through a scientific framework. In this
workshop, Emily will review the fascinating history of this new frontier of study and
unpack some of it’s most pertinent findings. What happens in the brain during meditation?
How does yoga effect the physiology and neurophysiology of the body? The exploration of
such questions as these will lead into a discussion as to the role of theory in practice – for
example, how can we use the science to inform and guide us in our practice, and what are
it’s limitations. Bodily exercises and meditations will be a constitutive part of this

Sonntag, 24. April
14:00-16:30 Uhr
Hip Hop Asana – Jivamukti Yoga Workshop with Jules Febre
Fun sequencing distinct to the Jivamukti Yoga method will warm you up and keep you cookin’. Come prepared for an upbeat session with great music and sequences. This is classic Jivamukti: original, sequential, inspired with spirit, and a little wild. A vigorous Jivamukti Yoga class for all levels of practitioner.

About Jules
Jules Febre is an internationally celebrated Advanced Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher. He travels the world leading master classes, immersions, retreats, and workshops. Nephew of the co-founders of Jivamukti Yoga, Sharon Gannon and David Life, Jules began his yoga practice at the young age of six. As a result of his lifelong study of yoga and his gift of integrating the depth of knowledge with accessibility and relevance in the today’s world, he was appointed as the Jivamukti Yoga International Teacher Training Programs, Events Producer in February 2014.

Jules is recognized for his progressive and invigorating style of teaching, delivered with humor and heart centered compassion. He is a featured teacher at the US Yoga Journal Conferences and many international yoga festivals and has appeared in multiple magazines, on television and radio.

About Emily
Drawn to Yogic philosophy as a child, Emily explored several contemplative practices during her teenage years.
She met her current teachers in her early 20s and continues to practice under their close guidance. She obtained a dual Masters degree in ‘Brain and Mind Sciences’ from UCL (London), Ecole Normale Superior (Paris), and Universitie Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris), whereby she conducted research on the neural correlates and consequences of contemplative practices. She went on to facilitate the ‘Compassion Cultivation Training’ course, designed and developed at Standford University’s ‘Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education’ (CCARE). Her work focuses on the intersection between traditional contemplative practices and contemporary scientific research and interpretation

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