Ashtanga: inner and outer asana journey
Sunday 02 july 2017 at 15:00
This series of workshops focus on Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga through the key principles underlying this method of yoga practice. We will look at the role of traditional vinyasa count, bandha, breath, and drishti in more detail. We will then link these elements together to explore the unity of inner and outer, gross and subtle, in the flow of asanas.
While Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is frequently perceived as physically very challenging, Marija and Ena will help students introduce softness in the practice. They will work on developing the awareness of foundation and the flow of breath in order to help students develop inner stillness, deep presence, and greater awareness of prana throughout the practice.
The workshops are conceived to provide students with the tools to deepen their practice through inner exploration and thus open the space for the development of self-practice.
|Sunday, July 2||15:00-17:00||
Tristana - the Unity of Mind, Body and Breath
"Tristana - the Unity of Mind, Body and Breath" covers the role that vinyasa count, dristi, ujjayi breath, and bandhas play when interlaced together in order to turn the focus toward the inner space.
We refund all cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance less 1 Euro for bank fees. Within 48 hours, we will only refund if the event is full and we are able to take someone in from a waiting list.
Style: Ashtanga workshops
Ashtanga vinyasa is a hatha yoga practice transmitted to Pattabhi Jois from the great yoga master Krishnamacharya. It is for students seeking an invigorating approach that purifies, stimulates and energizes. It consists of postures practiced in a fluid rhythm with a concentrated breath, steady gaze, and internal contractions to direct vital energy. Due to the dynamic nature of this practice, one feels completely energized and purified in each cell of the body and also in the mind. Go to the Ashtanga workshops page.
Teacher: Ena Sabro & Marija Bjekovic
First students then teachers at La Source, Ena and Marija realized over time that they shared similar challenges and witnessed similar transformations on their yoga journey, but most of all they realized their shared passion for the subtleties of yoga. Ena and Marija both have the desire to share their insights with fellow students in greater detail. They see the specific format of the workshop as an opportunity to offer individual attention and refinements that encourage inner exploration. Go to Ena Sabro & Marija's page.
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