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May. 11, 2022

Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop

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The magic of the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop is that it allows you to receive personalized, individual instruction for your practice while sharing the energy and inspiration of the group. The teacher holds the space for your growth in the practice of yoga.
Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Week
Personalized attention
Figure out your “next step” in practice
Limited to a maximum of 12 students
Be clear about what to focus on in your practice

Students deserve individualized attention in their practice. In the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop, I share techniques and tools that are specifically relevant to you and what’s going on in your practice. In my way of seeing the practice, this is where true teaching and learning happens. When guidance specific to you is aligned with your needs, growth and change naturally follow.

Yoga is very much about relationship: the relationship you have with the practice and the relationship you have with the teacher who is guiding you. Relationship requires time and space to engage. This is why, in the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop, I limit the number of students in the room at one time to a maximum of 12. This is also why I require that you, the student, commit to signing up for 5 days of practice. With my commitment to small numbers and your commitment to daily practice, there is an opportunity for a transformative and in-depth relationship.

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- 2022-08-17
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May. 11, 2022

Anatomy of Breath

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Breathing is fundamental to life. Only a few minutes without breathing can put us in a very precarious situation! What is the relationship of breath to the nervous system? The psoas? To your practice?
The Anatomy of Breath
What are the anatomical components of the breath?
How do you access the components of breath?
What is the relationship between breath and bandhas?
What is the relationship between breath and mind?
How is the vagus nerve connected to breath?

In this workshop, David will take you on a journey through the anatomy of your breath. From the diaphragm to the abdomen, and pelvic floor. It’s not as simple or limited as inhale and exhale, oh no. The breath can be used as a link between mind and body through the nervous system. Manipulation and control of the breath can have an impact on the reactivity or calmness you hold in your nervous system. We’ll shift our understanding from the lungs and diaphragm and psoas as individual parts and pieces to the breathing system as a whole.

At the beginning of the workshop, we start with creating a sense of how well integrated the body really is.  Breathing is fundamental to life. Only a few minutes without breathing can put us in a very precarious situation! Breath is also an important focal point for concentration and meditation. It’s one of the most commonly used elements to bridge together mind and body. In this section, we’ll explore the anatomy of breathing and begin to understand how bandhas function as a component of breathing.

This workshop gives participants an opportunity to understand anatomical concepts and principles that apply directly to breathing on and off the yoga mat. The information is always presented in a simple and straightforward manner.

Once you understand the mechanism and function, you can begin to work with your own breath in an increasingly meaningful way.

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- 2022-08-17
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May. 11, 2022

Anatomy of Backbends

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Students often crave deep backbends. At the same time, we run into resistance, back compression, or a lack of strength. In this workshop, we will first review the anatomy that is most directly related to backbending.
What are the anatomical components of a backbend?
How do you identify your specific anatomical issue?
What techniques can you apply to your own backbend?
How much time do you need to spend in backbends?
What practical preparations address your restrictions?
Backbend

Many of us spend a lot of time sitting and we know that backbending, to a degree, can be a helpful part of undoing this pattern. The problem is that this pattern, as well as other variables, can also make this a difficult group of postures for many beginners.

Even experienced practitioners often feel discomfort and struggle with their backbends. As much as we appreciate the benefits, backbending takes us beyond the range of motion that we use on a day to day basis.

Understanding the anatomy of backbends will give you a better understanding of where you should keep your focus and intention. You'll gain important insights into which part of YOUR anatomy may need to change to move you forward as you work with your own backbends.

This is a practical workshop where we will explore different preparation techniques so you can see which ones impact your anatomy and backbends the most.

Just so you know, it's not all about your spine!

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- 2022-08-17
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Feb. 16, 2022

Ashtanga Yoga Technique Workshop

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This workshop is about understanding the most difficult asanas in the Ashtanga yoga practice and working with techniques to evolve them in your practice.
ashtanga difficult asana workshop
Understand the anatomy and context of the most difficult asanas
Learn techniques to safely progress in the most challenging asanas
Break down backbending
Break down supta kurmasana
Break down lotus and related postures

Everyone has postures that challenge them. Many students have difficulties in certain sections of practice, particularly with postures such as marichyasana D, supta kurmasana, lotus, and backbending.

Awareness of the structure of the anatomy, as well as knowledge of the meaning of these postures, can help us move forward in a safe and intelligent way. When we’re informed in this way, we keep the poses in context. We understand why we need to do them, what they represent to us personally, and what purpose they have within the system. This helps us avoid injuries and stay motivated to work on challenging postures.

Students are encouraged to bring their own areas for discussion. By default, we’ll discuss hips, knees, back, and spine and the difficult postures that go along with them.

This workshop will have some theoretical components as well as many practical techniques and exercises to work on the more difficult parts of practice.

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- 1200-08-17
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Feb. 16, 2022

Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop

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The magic of the Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Workshop is that it allows you to receive personalized, individual instruction for your practice while sharing the energy and inspiration of the group. The teacher holds the space for your growth in the practice of yoga.
Ashtanga Yoga Mysore Week
Personalized attention
Figure out your “next step” in practice
Limited to a maximum of 12 students
Be clear about what to focus on in your practice

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