SVARUPA Guiding


We are all born with a unique gift to bring to this world

Svarupa Guiding
Yin Yoga
Hatha Yoga
Dreamwork


Through Yoga, Dreamwork and Nature based practices ( Largely based around Bill Plotkins – Wild Mind) Jenn guides others into their selves to explore many layers of awareness, and to discover each individuals True Nature, and encourages us all to live in our Truth and bring our unique gifts into this more than human community.

Jenn has heard the call into the wild since birth, and in the last 4 years allowing Mystery to guide her West into this community to embrace her True Nature and guide others on their individual paths.
Through Yoga, one on one sessions, and small group practices, Jenn guides you on an exploration to build a relationship with the different aspects of you psyche, to help empower you to understand your sub-personalities with more compassion and live in your wholeness and truth on a day to day basis. With this work she helps guide you in the journey into the depths of your soul and to discover and embrace your unique gifts to bring to this world.
Jenn has been practicing the Wild Mind map of the human psyche for 5 years, and for the past year working to intertwine it into a yoga platform to share with everyone. She is following her souls work to create holding spaces and invitations for all who are willing to dive deeply into your truth, and contribute to a much needed shift, in this more than human world.

Svarupa Guiding
A practice where we learn techniques and tools to see ourselves more fully and compassionately, and continue the journey into the depths of soul to discover our gifts and live our individual, unique truth

Individual sessions are available as well as registering for the group course.
See Page 2 for more info on the course

Svarupa Yin
Yin is a calm yoga practice where we use props to position the body into shapes where we can relax the muscle and exercise the connective tissue with compression and tension.
Svarupa Yin is a practice combining awareness of breath, body and mind to also delve into our wholeness, cultivating a relationship with the 4 directions of our Self, our strengths and our truth. From there we work to acknowledge and honour our sub-personalities, the parts of us that have spent their whole lives protecting us.

Svarupa Hatha
Within this 1.5 hour practice we will work on our asana practice (body movement) to open the body and create the strength and space for pranayama (breathwork) and Dhyana (meditation).
In our asana practice we will work through Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutations) to bring in our day, and the 6 movements of the spine (Forward, backward and side bending, Inversions, Twists, and Balance). Within these we will be working to unite the body, mind, spirit and soul.

As with all Svarupa practices, we will also be embodying and recognizing the many facets of our psyches and our relationship with the Earth, to continue our unique journeys into Soul and empower ourselves to discover and live in our True Nature.

Dreamwork

“The answer is never the answer.
What’s really interesting is the mystery.
If you seek the mystery instead of the answer, you’ll always be seeking.
I’ve never seen anybody really find the answer – they think they have, so they stop thinking.
But the job is to seek mystery,
evoke mystery,
plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom.
The need for mystery is greater then the need for an answer.”

– Ken Kesey

Where do dreams come from? What are they trying to tell us? Why do I keep having the same dreams?
These are all questions worth asking, and pondering.

Within dreamwork, free from interpretation, and open for exploration into the dream realm.
We use the Wild Mind nature based map of the human psyche to explore dreams to reveal the possibilities of what the dream may be trying to show you. Are you ready to dive into the adventure your soul is calling you to?
Some Wild Mind guiding needed as a pre-requisite – contact Jenn for information

SvarupaG@gmail.com

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