This workshop will focus on how the breath can support your yoga practice as well as your life and health. Using the body and the breath correctly is the key to gaining physical, psychological and spiritual benefit in the hatha yoga tradition.
We will offer plenty of time to discover this in your own body in a dynamic but mindful asana (physical postures) class followed by simple pranayama (breath work) in the morning. In the afternoon we discuss the practice and what hatha yoga actually is. There will be plenty of time for questions and enjoyment!
We will also use the soothing nature of chanting as a way to help the mind to settle. Chanting gives a good platform and support for being aware and mindful in your yoga practice.
Schedule both days:
10.00-10.30 Introduction with chanting and understanding of the breath.
10.30-13.00 1,5 hours of asana with focus on breath + 1 hour of simple pranayama (please have a light breakfast)
14.00-16.30 Discussion around breath and hathayoga + Q&A + afternoon breath practice and chanting.
Lördag 14 oktober: kl 10.00-16.30
Söndag 15 oktober: kl 10.00– 16.30
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Pris: 1495 kr
Yogalärare: Sara Granström och Guy Powiecki
Sara began her professional journey as a classical musician, studying for 6 years at schools such as Malmö Music College and Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She is now an “Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher” (ERYT) according to Yoga Alliance standards and a senior teacher at Samahita Retreat, one of the most successful yoga schools in Asia. She also writes and runs teacher training courses at Yogayama in Sweden. Her body awareness began with studying gymnastics and martial arts from a young age. Her deep and compassionate understanding of asana comes from many years of practising ashtanga vinyasa yoga and traditional hatha yoga, with teachers like Paul Dallaghan, Chuck Miller, Richard Freeman, Ron Reid and Marla Meenakshi, Sara is a long term senior student of Shri. O. P Tiwari and has through the method of classical pranayama developed her understanding of the importance of a balanced breath in both yoga practice and in life. In her classes she highlights the deep meaning of the inner attitude in practice, often using chanting, meditation and gratitude.
Guy first encountered yoga in an academic setting, specialising in Indian religions and Buddhism, while studying for a theology degree. Now as a practitioner he sees the importance of practicing asana, pranayama and meditation as mutually supporting forms for spiritual growth. Guy is a dedicated and senior student of, classical pranayama master, Sri OP Tiwari and Paul Dallaghan. He has studied Ashtanga Vinyasa with Richard Freeman, David Swenson and Chuck Miller. In learning meditation he has spent time with a number of Buddhist teachers, from both Tibetan and Theravadan traditions, but more recently with a focus on Vipassana practice in the Mahasi Sayadaw lineage. Guy’s knowledge of the breath has been broadened by his interest in free diving.
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