YOGIC ARTS WEEKEND WITH DUNCAN WONG
Duncan Wong, creator of the Yogic Arts system, an organic movement technology that synthesizes comprehensive Ashtanga Vinyasa mechanics, Buddhist Mixed-Martial Arts stance and mudra structures and Thai therapy asana assists with modern urban dance steps; resulting in the Yogic Arts experience.
Type of Event
☐ Saturday 14th February from 10.00 to 12.30
☐ Saturday 14th February from 02.30 to 05.00
☐ Sunday 15th February from 10.00 to 12.30
☐ Sunday 15th February from 02.30 to 05.00
YOUTH HOSTEL LUXEMBOURG
2, rue du Fort Olisy L-2261 Luxembourg
1x 2.5hrs. session: 50€
2x 2.5hrs. session: 95€
3x 2.5hrs. session: 135€
Full workshop weekend (4 sessions) 170€
Saturday 14th February from 10.00 to 12.30
CROSS CORE FLOW
Internal Core Structuring + Wave Motion
Discover the power and natural design of our body as a connected series of 'X' structures, that together form an intelligent spiritual mechanism that we can use awaken our source power and healing energy.
Saturday 14th February from 02.30 to 05.00
LOVE WARRIOR FLOW
Vira Stance Dance + Therapeutic Pose
Find out what the W arrior
power structures were originally design for and discover the purpose of the pose that we call Bandha-Asana. Equally important are the connecting breath- movements that create the fluid dance of stance that we call Prana-Vinyasa. You will learn that all poses are born from the warrior poses!
Sunday 15th February from 10.00 to 12.30
POWER PRESS FLOW
Sliding Handstand Work + Arm Balance
This workshop will be an opportunity for those of us interested in mastering our ability to jump with control into and out of any position, awakening our natural ability to balance on our arms in hand stands and arm balancing poses. We can develop a steady happy connection that in yoga is called Sthirah Sukham Asanam.
Sunday 15th February from 02.30 to 05.00
CONTACT ARTS FLOW
Self Adjustments + Partner Assist Flow
Since there creation, dance, martial arts and yoga have found common ground in contact movement and healing therapy; this contact practice helps us become aware of a deeper sense of who we are as healer-warriors, and how we see ourselves and each other in the world as related beings, supporting one another's movement in our every motion.