Aki Omori – Yoga Somatic
Yoga Somatic – Embodying the Freedom of Spine for Calmness of Being and Joy of Movement
Slow & gentle exploration to remember what it is like to move with a sense of freedom in our spine. Slow & gentle, so that we can access the richness and depth of our awareness to guide us back to what is innate but often forgotten alignment and our moving & living spine and the central axis in our core. You will find both quietness of your being & healthy and joyous moving body. It is applicable in both yoga practice and daily movement.
Aki Omori (Dip. IBMT, BMC, ISMETA RSME/RSMT, NARM) is an explorer of all movements and living body-mind. As a yoga teacher (teaching for 20 years), having practiced many styles and approaches of yoga over, she now mainly teaches a slow vinyasa flow style in an informative way. She encourages her students to be actively involved in enquiries so that they will find their own unique path that is honest and truthful to themselves.
Aki’s classes are known for their explorative nature and are fun and light yet profound. As well as being a yoga teacher, she is also a registered somatic movement therapist/educator and a developmental / relational trauma therapist.
She teaches workshops on embodied anatomy, developmental movement, embryology and restorative yoga, and runs regular retreats and her own training programs for yoga teachers and therapists.
Currently, a faculty member of several yoga teachers trainings, including an advanced teachers training at Triyoga UK, teaching anatomy and somatic movement, contributing in ever evolving practices of yoga and human consciousness.