PRINCIPLES OF PRANA AND POSTURE
We are opening the first weekend of the yoga teacher training up for those who want to personally improve their practice. This weekend immersion will empower any yoga practitioner to bring their practice to the next level.
Type of Event
Friday September 9th, 6pm-9:30pm
Saturday and Sunday September 10th and 11th - 8am-6pm
Total weekend immersion cost - $295
Elements and Principles that guide basic alignment, Pranayama (breath work) and anatomy of the body. September 9th-11th.
We are opening the first weekend of the yoga teacher training up for those who want to personally improve their practice. This weekend immersion will empower any yoga practitioner to bring their practice to the next level. Learning the foundational principles of breath, movement, and anatomy will empower an individual to self correct any posture, move with fluid power and lightness and connect to the energy of a pose. Yoga is more then just a posture or fitness of the body, it is one's ability to utilize the correct tools to harness inner strength and structural integration, and access awareness of the self.
This is the first weekend of our teacher training program that we open up to everyone as it sets the empowering foundation that we move and transform from.
In-depth study of the anatomy of the spine
Yoga breathing and how breath stimulates and creates space in the spine
Accessing the autonomic nervous system (ANS) using the breath, creating an energizing or calming effect
The 5 directional flows of breath, their function and purpose in the body (Pancha Vayu)
The 5 layers (koshas) of the body
How the laws of compensation and dual action work in yoga and how to effect positive change with conscious awareness
Intro to basic biomechanics of forward bends, backbends, twist, hips openers, inversions, and arm balances and their correct alignment, function and purpose based on the individual
How to adapt postures to maximize their full potential according to individuals' needs
Evening discussion on Yama and Niyama from The Yoga Sutras