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Ashtanga Workshops with Ty Landrum / 26-28. April 2019

Ashtanga Vinyasa is a brilliant exploration of the wonder of embodied experience. The practice revolves around an organic sequence of breath and movement that opens the inner space of the body, and encourages the creative currents of consciousness to flow. When consciousness moves through the body without obstruction, it releases thoughts, emotions and memories from the distant past, the remnants of which burn brightly in our awareness, before disappearing back into the emptiness from which they arose. Through this process, we lighten ourselves of the sediment of past experience, so we can engage ourselves with more openness, compassion and clarity. And we do so while continuing to breathe sweetly through the forms, and reveling in the quiet exhilaration of coming undone. In this workshop, we explore the simple but profound techniques that bring the Ashtanga practice alive—tracing internal currents of breath, balancing subtle patterns of sensation, moving the body from the inside, and opening ourselves for spontaneous psychical release. Appropriate for beginners and experienced practitioners alike, this workshop will interlace traditional asana practice, somatic exploration, subtle alignment, pranayama and philosophy. You will sweat, soften, revel, release, and fall in love all over again with the beauty and brilliance of this unique contemplative form.

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Beginner Series 1 with Yota Tsotra / Sat 25. May-8. June 2019

This Beginners Series is a great place to begin your yoga practice or revisit fundamentals of posture, breath and focus.

During this 3-part series you will learn details of alignment, how to connect breath with postures and movement, and general guidelines to keep you safe and confident while you practice.

These workshop-style classes will move at a slower pace with plenty of opportunities for questions and personal attention. 

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Breathe to Heal Weekend Training with Max Strom / 13 - 15. March 2020

We currently have a worldwide epidemic of stress and anxiety that is stifling our happiness, creativity, and intimacy. Max Strom will reveal his core principles of breathing and movement patterns to alleviate anxiety, PTSD, depression, and sleep disorder based on his two decades of teaching and his in-depth knowledge of Hatha Yoga and QI Gong.

This training is for people from all levels of fitness and walks of life suffering from extreme stress. No previous experience necessary. Also extremely useful for medical practitioners, therapists, and yoga teachers who want to incorporate this work into their healing repertoire.

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