Choose from four workshops with one of the world’s foremost practitioners and instructors of Ashtanga Yoga. 1. Half First Series and Half Second Series Makes for Full Fun 2. So You Think You Can Balance? A Fun Exploration of Not Falling Over 3. Breath, Bandhas and Pranayama: Exploring the Invisible and Mysterious World of Prana 4. Through the Eyes of a Teacher: Learning to See the Invisible World of Energy Lines and Flow Patterns
This four-week course February 2, 9, 16 and 23 at Purple Yoga Hawaii is an introduction to the Primary Series with Cathy Louise Broda, who has taught Ashtanga Yoga for 28 years. The course is suitable for both absolute beginners to yoga and those with some experience. Teachers may be interested to take the course and discover new ways to introduce this dynamic style of yoga to their students.
In her 28 years of teaching, Cathy Louise Broda has become known for an intuitive touch that can transform your yoga practice. Teachers and students are invited to learn more about her hands-on work, and experience for themselves how to give and receive safe and effective adjustments. Cathy Louise teaches how to observe, listen and feel what each student needs. This sensory information then informs your hands-on work – promoting alignment, enhancing an asana, and addressing specific issues such as stiffness and hyper-mobility. She will also explain how verbal instructions and hands-on adjustments complement each other, and how to work with different types of students. The adjustments taught are useful for practitioners and teachers of any style of yoga. The workshop covers: The right touch – An introduction to adjustments Dancing with the sun – Suryanamaskara A & B Building the foundation – The standing poses Bending, binding, twisting – The seated asanas Closing the practice – Back-bending and inversions Relaxation – Setting up for Savasana
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