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Partner Yoga Immersion

Partner yoga can help students develop trust, strength and compassion. Try adding one or two partner yoga poses to your regular yoga classes or a full partner yoga class to your schedule to give students an invigorating challenge.

Route 115, km 14.1, Rincon Puerto Rico, PR 00677
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  • Workshop

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When

May 25
2014
06:00 amto06:00 am

There is no giver or receiver in a posture, thus all partners are fully engaged in their own experience.

Partner yoga can help students develop trust, strength and compassion. Try adding one or two partner yoga poses to your regular yoga classes or a full partner yoga class to your schedule to give students an invigorating challenge.

While some teachers define partner yoga as one person holding the pose and the second person assisting, I define it as both partners engaging in either the same or complementary poses with connections. I view partner yoga poses, not as mere variations on existing postures, but as entirely new poses. I give them their own names. This helps students make the mental shift from rigidly expecting the poses to be the same as the solo versions to enthusiastically exploring new possibilities.

As partners work together, supporting one another, Partner Yoga provides a forum for examining larger principles of relationship.
In this way, Partner Yoga becomes a playground for intimacy, in ways that are safe
There is no giver or receiver in a posture, thus all partners are fully engaged in their own experience.

Price

$45

Full Description

There is no giver or receiver in a posture, thus all partners are fully engaged in their own experience.

Partner yoga can help students develop trust, strength and compassion. Try adding one or two partner yoga poses to your regular yoga classes or a full partner yoga class to your schedule to give students an invigorating challenge.

While some teachers define partner yoga as one person holding the pose and the second person assisting, I define it as both partners engaging in either the same or complementary poses with connections. I view partner yoga poses, not as mere variations on existing postures, but as entirely new poses. I give them their own names. This helps students make the mental shift from rigidly expecting the poses to be the same as the solo versions to enthusiastically exploring new possibilities.

As partners work together, supporting one another, Partner Yoga provides a forum for examining larger principles of relationship.
In this way, Partner Yoga becomes a playground for intimacy, in ways that are safe
There is no giver or receiver in a posture, thus all partners are fully engaged in their own experience.