Still Flowing Yoga Teacher Training is a unique approach within Europe. There is not another training offering this innovative integration of yoga, neuroscience, mindfulness and somatics.
200 hr graduates from other yoga schools are welcome to join our programme in order to expand and deepen their practice, knowledge and understanding in the realms of mindfulness, somatics and neuroscience.
The Ibiza training programme is open to 200 hr graduates and yoga teachers alike who can sign up for any of the four thematic modules as CPD (continuous professional development) and we are able to provide these students with recognised advanced CPD certification for the hours attended accredited by the UK Yoga Alliance.
Since Still Flowing was born in 2008 our approach has evolved considerably due to ongoing training and exploration within our teaching faculty particularly within the fields of somatic movement and awareness, the field of trauma (Somatic Experiencing, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Somatic Expressive Therapy) and therapeutic dance forms (5 Rhythms, Dance of Awareness, Authentic Movement and Butoh) which inform and inspire the way we teach. So we would really love to invite our old students to come back and explore the new material, explorations and insights that we have now to share and we would be delighted to help you expand and deepen your practice and teaching skills.
Gemma Mallol is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (Peter Levine’s Body Orientated Trauma Therapy) and a certified Mindfulness Teacher (Mindfulness Training Institute)
Blanche Mulholland holds a Masters Degree in Somatic Dance and Well Being from the University of Central Lancashire and is training to be a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (2nd year)
Marcela Enriquez Wakeham originally trained as a dancer, choreographer and Pilates teacher has continued her training with teachers such a Bo Forbes, Liz Koch, Sarah Powers, Aki Omori, Achan Sucitto and most recently in Dance of Awareness, Pulsing Therapy and Qi gong.
Nora Belton originally trained as a dancer has had a ongoing and profound interest in Butoh.. which is an extreme avant-garde somatic dance of awareness from Japan.
Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno the founders of Butoh create the foundations of what Hijikata calls “Ankoku buto” (dance of the darkness).
Their work has been described as the search for a representation of the body that would be free of cultural references and open to all metamorphosis. This presupposes the existence of a natural state of humanity (as opposed to culturally determined) that could be reached and expressed with movement and that would lead to a wide variety of aesthetic results.