with H.S. Arun
One of the aims of the yoga practice is “sthira sukham asanam.” That is, attaining sthira (perfect firmness of body, steadiness of intelligence) and sukham (benevolence of spirit), not duhkam (grief and pain). For a practitioner to come close to this ideal, the intelligent use of props becomes essential as they help to channel energies and stabilize an asana. Join master yoga teacher Arunji on his tour to launch his new book dedicated to using the chair as an instrument of study. Students will learn to look at the chair as an “old prop with new potential.”
Friday, May 15 6:00-8:00 PMSign Up Now! »
Saturday, May 16 2:00-5:00 PM
Sunday, May 17 2:00-5:00 PM
with Brian Hogencamp!
In celebration of the Solstice, we will examine both forward and backward extensions and in our efforts see if we can catch a glimpse of the present moment - a necessary step toward "effortless effort." The intention of One-Day gatherings is to impart a more comprehensive experience to the student of yoga. There will be asana class, yoga sutra discussion, and pranayama class - all with a common thread. Students should have ONE year of consistent experience in the Iyengar method.
Saturday, June 27 1:00-6:00 PMJoin Now! »
with tea-break at 3:30pmJOIN.GIVE.TRANSFORM