Aug. 10, 2020

Sustainability in our bodies - Wibbs Coulson - BS026

Sustainability in our bodies - Wibbs Coulson - BS026
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Something a bit different today.

I talk with Wibbs Coulson about how we can look after our bodies to keep us able to build, craft or just stay in good shape!

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Wibbs Coulson

Yoga Man

13 years ago I developed a strong passion for yoga following a knee injury and in that time my practice has helped me grow stronger, more mobile and energised both physically and mentally. After a short time practising I became very aware of the calming, quietening and blissful psychological benefits especially whilst working as a registered nurse.

I travelled to Goa, India, in 2014 and completed 300hr YTTC at Kranti yoga in Ashtanga Vinyasa/meditation philosophy. Following this I furthered my knowledge, passion and insight practicing with yogis in Varkala and Rishikesh where my passion for a wholistic, fun, strong, safe practice blossomed! Since returning from India, i have furthered my personal practice at workshops and teacher trainings with the likes of Patrick Beach, Carling Harps, Kerri Verna and Sarah Lo (100hr YTTC), taking my teaching away from just ashtanga vinyasa into the slower, quieter style of Yin yoga. I have also spent time studying movement and anatomy with the likes of Joanne Avison and Gary ward taking my practice and teaching away from purely Yoga asana and towards areas of Natural movement and movement therapy.

Starting Mandukya yoga in April 2015 I was able to step back from my job as a registered nurse (working in A&E and Cardiology) and take the yoga on full time teaching 20+ hours of yoga a week. Yoga and movement therapy are where my passion truly lies, allowing the movement, mobility and breath guide people to find a new centre and balance within their own bodies. This also includes working with the Ipswich town football club first team on a regular basis