Kurmasana, bhujapidasana, setu bandhasana, and more asanas from the primary series often stay unfamiliar or out of reach for most practitioners. And while some of the asanas that follow the half-primary queue are indeed more complex and challenging, they can be made approachable to all.
In the workshop "From Half to Full" we'll explore the complex asanas in the ashtanga primary series and discover how each asana can be modified, if needed, and become accessible to the majority of practitioners.
Our focus will be on the second half of the sitting sequence, yet some previous asanas will acquire our attention.
In our exploration, we'll also highlight topics like;
the ability to breathe in challenging asanas, paying attention to the traditional vinyasa count and flow, dṛṣṭi (gazing point), and finding the balance between the tendency to push too hard or give up before trying.
For whom is this workshop?
- Practitioners who wish to deepen their ashtanga practice and knowledge.
- Practitioners who feel intimidated by the complex asanas of the full primary series.
- Practitioners with injuries or various tightness which restrict their hip/knee/neck mobility in their yoga practice.
Come and explore the dazzling magic of the aṣṭāṅga primary series.
If you have questions regarding specific asanas, please send them to email@example.com, and they'll be addressed at the workshop (if time permits).
|1.||27/05/2023||15:00 - 17:30||Mehrhingdamm 61, 10961 Berlin||Shiran Berkovich|
* All prices including VAT