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Fall Yoga Immersion

Join Jenny for a weekend of yoga practice and education. Each day, a 2-hour asana practice is interwoven with pranayama, meditation and studies in Anatomy and yoga philosophy. Anatomy in Action is a study of muscle use during movement. You will move and pose to discover working and lengthening muscles. We’ll also dissect and discuss philosophy from yoga texts. Bring your questions on all things yoga!
Yoga teachers are able to receive 10 Continuing Education hours for Yoga Alliance.

Where

105 Mill Plain Rd, Danbury CT, US 06811

Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Nov 14 to
Nov 15
2015
13:00 pmto18:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday 1-6pm

Price

$250

$250 by 10/31, $300 after

Full Description

For Level 2 and up students who want to study yoga in depth with an intensive training. Also for former TT’s as a refresher and continued study.

Join Jenny for a weekend of yoga practice and education. Two 5-hour asana practices are interwoven with pranayama, meditation and studies in Anatomy and yoga philosophy. Anatomy in Action is a study of muscle use during movement. You will move and pose to discover working and lengthening muscles. We’ll also dissect and discuss philosophy from yoga texts. Bring your questions on all things yoga!
Class meets 1-6pm both days. The weekend closes with the Sunday Restorative class.

Yoga teachers are able to receive 10 Continuing Education hours (CE credits) for Yoga Alliance by attending this workshop.

Jenny Schuck has been interested in physical movement of all beings for as long as she can remember. Her lifelong interest in this field brought her to play play play - childhood sports like softball and soccer, and serious endeavors into gymnastics, dance, yoga, acting and just about anything. She seeks out coaches, teachers and educational opportunities that will further her understanding of movement. She studies regularly with Rodney Yee and completed her 500-hour training with Natasha Rizopoulos. Her favorite yoga style combines repetitive movement and curiosity. The former warms the body, keeps you disciplined and aware of your mindset on a given day. The latter involves varying pace of movement, or even stillness, to allow for watching, waiting, fiddling, playing and general messing with. Born into a family of trailblazing public educators, she grew up with teaching all around her, and like it or not, it got into her blood. She owns the lively and user-friendly Yoga Culture in Danbury, Connecticut.