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Weekend Workshop with Ty Landrum


June 9th – 11th, 2017

Friday, 9TH of June
19.30 to 21.00 – The Breath of Ashtanga

Saturday, 10th of June
08.00 to 10:30 – The Axis of Alignment 1
13.00 to 15.30 – The Axis of Alignment 2

Sunday, 11th of June
08.00 to 10:00 – Mysore
Short break – fruit and nuts provided
10.30 to 11.30 – Tasting the Poison (philosophy)

 

THE AXIS OF ALIGNMENT
Ashtanga Vinyasa works with opposing patterns, and alignment is the continual rediscovery of balance between them.  In this workshop, we explore the balance ofprana and apana through some key postures from the Ashtanga system.  We discover how these patterns present in our bodies, and we find unique ways of holding and releasing that bring them into balance.  Through these explorations, we uncover a new axis of alignment, one that brings depth and clarity to the postures themselves.

THE BREATH OF ASHTANGA
Ashtanga Vinyasa comes alive with breath.  And as the breath moves, the mind moves, with the same depth and grace.  In this workshop, which combines asana and philosophy, we explore the techniques of breath and movement that give the Ashtanga practice its phenomenal potency.  Our explorations will give us an experientially grounded but philosophically illuminated perspective on the inner workings of Ashtanga Yoga.

THE AXIS OF ALIGNMENT SESSIONS
I: Sun Salutations
II: Standing Postures
III: Postures from Primary
IV: Postures from Second

TASTING THE POISON
Yoga practice is said to be the antidote for samsara, the poison of conditioned existence.  When the practice starts to work, the poison comes to the surface, darkening the waters of our minds.  This experience can be disconcerting, but it marks the beginning of the process of yoga.  In this workshop, which is an exploration of philosophy, we talk about meeting these experiences with compassion, and turning poison into insight.

MYSORE
Traditional Mysore-style class. Students lead themselves through the Ashtanga Vinysa sequencing while receiving individual guidance and support.  This class is intended for people with an established Mysore practice. If you do not have an established Mysore practice, please ask permission to attend.

 

BIO
Ty Landrum is the director of the Yoga Workshop in Boulder, Colorado.  He teaches Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga as he learned it from his teachers, Mary Taylor and Richard Freeman.  With a PhD in Philosophy, Ty has a special touch for explaining the theory of yoga with color and creativity.  His passion as a teacher is to share the brilliance of the Ashtanga Vinyasa method with anyone who wants to learn.

 

Der Workshop ist in englischer Sprache.

Kosten: €230

Anmeldung/Überweisung der Workshopgebühr:

Bitte um eine Anmeldung per eMail an info@yogawerkstatt.at, oder persönlich in der Yogawerkstatt, oder per Telefon. Wir übermitteln Euch dann umgehend die Anmeldedetails.

Stornobedingungen:
bis 90 Tage vor dem Workshop- oder Kursbeginn wird eine Stornogebühr von 25% des gesamten Kursbeitrages verrechnet.
bis 45 Tage vor dem Workshop- oder Kursbeginn wird eine Stornogebühr von 50% des gesamten Kursbeitrages verrechnet.
weniger als 45 Tage vor dem Workshop- oder Kursbeginn ist keine Refundierung oder Gutschrift des Kursbeitrages möglich.

Es kann eine Ersatzperson zum Workshop oder Kurs gesendet werden.

Die oben genannten Stornobedingungen treten nicht in Kraft für den Fall, dass jemand von unserer eventuell zu dem Zeitpunkt bestehenden Warteliste nachrückt. In diesem Fall refundieren wir die Workshopgebühr exclusive €23 Bearbeitungsgebühr.