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Les Leventhal - Yamas & Niyamas

How do these first two Limbs of the 8 Limbed practice affect the asana practice on the mat and everyday life off the mat? We will explore what the 8 limbs are and where the Yamas and Niyamas fit in and their application.

Where

97 Collingwood Street, San Francisco CA, US 94114
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

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Levels

When

Jul 9 to
Jul 10
2016
13:00 pmto16:00 pm

Saturday - Yamas | Sunday - Niyamas
July 9-10
1-4pm

Price

$80

$80 for both; $45 single

Full Description

We will discuss how these ideals can be themes or intentions for the practice. We’ll take some time to review our ethics and how we might shift our perspective on how we see things culturally and/or personally and then weave all that into an asana practice to cultivate awareness. Our lives are forever shifting and sometimes we need to make tough decisions about how to love ourselves and others, compassionately.

Les () is one of Bali’s (formerly of Yoga Tree San Francisco), most beloved yoga teachers. Having trained with Ana Forrest, Tias Little, Seane Corn and Max Strom, Les’ vinyasa classes & workshops are steeped in the Forrest tradition and filled with technique and alignment cues for all levels. Variations and longer sequences will also challenge and inspire seasoned practitioners. You will have the opportunity to heal your heart, laugh, cry, dance, sweat and just let go. Les teaches classes, workshops training and retreats at The Yoga Barn in Ubud, Bali () and around the world and is also the author of his new book Two Lifestyles, One Lifetime (available on Amazon e-book or hard copy).

“What I’m teaching comes from my studies and how I incorporate that into my body and my spirit. My voice should only be a guide for you to explore your body and spirit and the voice of your spirit will speak to you more clearly than anything I would ever have to say. It could be the most amazing thing that’s ever happened in your entire life. Who wants to miss that?" -- Les