Friday July 27th 6:30-8:30pm – “The Paradox of Yoga Styles” – Introductory talk and Opening practice
Saturday July 28th 11-1pm – Gravity & Grace Practice Principles, Dynamic Asana Practice (guided)
Saturday July 28th 1:30-3:30pm – Passive Asana Practice (guided) with Closing Meditation and Discussion
Sunday July 29th 8:30-10:30am – “Working with Injuries – Past, Present, and Future” – Interactive discussion and practice principles (For Teacher’s or those in teacher training)
Whole weekend (Friday and both Saturday sessions) $120+HST
Whole weekend including Sunday for teachers $160+HST (Only Sunday session for teachers $45+HST)
Often we begin the journey of yoga working with muscles and skeletal structure, creating shapes or movements with the body based on generalized rules of alignment. As with most endeavors, through the consistency of practice, awareness of subtler forces grows, and usually paradox is created – what was regarded as correct at one level of practice is not necessarily correct at another. And it is through the discarding of old ways of seeing, those that no longer serve our most creative potential, that evolution occurs and growth results.
During this class, discover your ability to recognize and release habitual patterns of movement and posture, and re”mind” yourself of the infinite grace and creativity we are all capable of. Instruction will include gravity supported movement and meditation, with light-handed guidance from a senior instructor and support from the inherent energy of people practicing together. It will help you fine tune and energize your yoga practice, no matter the style, and cultivate intuition born from your own personal experience.
Instruction during the Workshop will encourage personal responsibility for movement, with suggestions for adjustments with individual conditions and levels of ability.
All levels are welcome!
Peter Sterios is an internationally recognized yoga instructor, writer, and former contributing editor for Yoga Journal. His teaching reflects over 35 years of study and practice in the US and India. He lives and teaches in San Luis Obispo, California. His first yoga DVD “Gravity & Grace” was released in 2007, and was recognized in the “Top 15 Yoga Videos of all time” (R.Rosen, YOGA JOURNAL 2009). He also is the founder of Manduka, a leading eco yoga products company in Los Angeles. For the last two years, he was one of a select group of instructors invited to the White House to teach yoga for one of Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity initiatives.
Location(s), Dates(s) and Times(s):
1274 May St (corner of Moss and May St)
Friday July 27th 6:30-8:30pm
Saturday July 28th 11-1pm
Saturday July 28th 1:30-3:30pm
Sunday July 29th 8:30-10:30am
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