Transitional- Ashtanga Vinyasa Workshop ( 10 Dates · Feb 4 – Feb 15)

Originating in Mysore, India, the system of Astanga Vinyasa yoga was pioneered by the late Sri K Patthabi Jois. It is one of the more athletic and physically challenging forms of yoga, which has also been shown to help build strength, improve flexibility, relieve stress, therefore creating a general state of calmness, well-being and ease.”

The Practice

Astanga Vinyasa Yoga is a moving meditation – a system of flowing postures, linked by breath – and this powerful connection at the heart of the discipline. Like beads of a yoga mala, the breath is the thread connecting beads (or postures) to one another. The focus is on a daily physical practice to strengthen, purify and energize the body, eventually leading to a steady, controlled mind and a healthy nervous system.

She would like to share what has truly been a life changing practice for her and wants to share how yoga can transform you and your lifestyle.

The part of yoga asana journey is to develop the Niyamas and yamas, the moral and ethical observances. The first YAMA, ahimsa is non violence to all living beings. Additionally,this workshop will have a plant based nutrition workshop that will lead our practitioner into a healthy lifestyle for the mind and body

Benefits of this workshop:

By developing a practice of correct breathing (Ujjayi Pranayama), postures (Asanas), energy locks (Bandha) and gazing points (Dristi), one may gain greater control over the senses whilst increasing physical and mental awareness. By maintaining this discipline with regularity and devotion, greater strength, calmness, clarity and a heightened sense of awareness will arise.

A self practice will be established and tailored to each participants following the Ashtanga traditional method.

Date: 4th Feb – 16th Feb ( excluding Fri & Sat)
Lead by : Kristin Brassett
Duration: 10 days
Time: 4 pm to 5:30 pm

Contact : 01 4001714/ 19, 9818481972 or inbox your quires.