December 03, 2017 at triyoga in London.
ABOUT THE SERIES
In this smaller group format, a learning environment with detailed instruction will refine and hone the practice allowing for precision and subtlety of experience. Attention to alignment and details will encourage a more conscious and considered approach that lends itself to going deeper into the experience of yoga.
Each workshop offers a different sequence that embodies a particular theme and teaching focus, as well as a different category of poses. Workshops can be taken individually or as a series. The workshop is ideal for teachers, teachers in training and experienced students who wish to further their understanding of modern postural yoga. The intimate format and longer time frame allows for exploration, dialogue and questions.
ABOUT THE DECEMBER SESSION
‘the one in the many’ – This is the last workshop in the ‘precision + subtlety’ series for 2017. Within the all categories of poses there is one pose, Tāḍāsana – the Mountain Pose, that presents the blueprint for all poses. This workshop reveals its simplicity, subtlety, stability and presence, and explores how Tāḍāsana provides a framework for learning how to approach and master the diversity of poses presented within the different hatha yoga schools. While the main teaching of Tantra, the philosophical body that hatha yoga springs from, explains that there is one vital energy that flows through the many and diverse forms of this reality, it is no surprise that this same principle exists within the varied asana of the hatha yoga tradition. Come and discover ‘the one in the many’ both in form and beyond form.
Category of poses: some standings and inversions with some restorative + meditation
Students are expected to have a mature practice of 3+ years. If you have questions about suitability of level, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Ashby has been studying and practising yoga for 20 years and has been teaching since 1999. She holds the highest level of certification by the Yoga Alliance – the Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher 500 – and she also holds a B.A. in Modern Dance. The core of Anna’s yoga training and inspiration comes from many years of dedicated study and practice of Siddha Yoga Meditation.™ Anna’s teaching style blends an appreciation for alignment with a real love of movement. She teaches with a steady, upbeat and methodical approach to asana practice that encourages introspection, contemplation as well as fun. Anna regularly leads retreats + trainings in the UK and is on the faculty of the triyoga teacher training programme.