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Five Filaments Foundation Weekend 2022

Feb 26 & 27 • online

Do you love yoga and also yearn for the next level in your teaching practice? The Five Filaments Foundation Weekend brings everything you love about yoga to spiral movement patterns that are neuro-balancing, fascia-focused, and suitably challenging.

NEW YEAR OFFER - 10% until JAN 31
 
Feb 26/27th ONLINE 5F FOUNDATION WEEKEND 10% OFF UNTIL JAN 31st
CHIRALS & SPIRALS: Masterclass with Joanne Avison
FIVE FILAMENTS SPECIALIST TRAINING NEW YEAR OFFER EXPIRING JAN 31st
BOOK ONLINE 1:1
SPIRAL BOUND ONLINE CHAPTER: REFLECTION & GROWTH
FIVE FILAMENTS ON-DEMAND • New Year Special 25% off until JAN 31st
ANATOMY INSPIRED: ONLINE ANATOMY COURSE
200 HR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING (IN-PERSON ONLY) at Meadowlark
SUNDAY IN-STUDIO FILAMENT FLOW
LIVESTREAM CLASSES 2022
2022 WOMEN'S HEALTH WORKSHOP SERIES
POSTPARTUM CARE (LIVESTREAM 2022) • 11:00 - 11:30
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IN-PERSON 1:1 AT MY HOME STUDIO IN THE SOTTISH BORDERS

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About Karen

Karen Kirkness, MFA & MSc Human Anatomy, is a passionate yoga practitioner with 20+ years experience. She is the author of Spiral Bound: Integrated Anatomy for Yoga.

Her teaching is informed by early influences of Ashtanga and her extensive study of anatomy.


Join Karen in exploring Classical and Contemporary aspects of anatomy.


Originally an Ashtangi, Karen has made many trips to Mysore since she first studied with Pattabhi Jois in 2003. After learning about the body through cadaveric dissection, personal healing & motherhood, Karen's approach to yoga is now to focus on the needs of the individual.

Her style is now constraints-led, with variable intensity spiral motion for a light and supportive learning environment.

She is now an E-RYT 500, YACEP & Senior Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance Professionals. Karen founded Meadowlark Yoga pre-2010 and since then has embraced an inter-lineage approach to yoga. She weaves threads of theory, creativity, and self-care into her lively, fascia-aware discussions around anatomy for yoga.

Her PhD research at Hull York Medical School revolves around anatomy pedagogy. She teaches embryology on the HYMS Gateway to Medicine programme. Karen lives with her husband Simon and their two toddlers in the Scottish Borders.

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