Workshops and classes with David Keil 22.02-01.03.2013! archives

David Keil is practitioner and authorised teacher of Astanga yoga. He is travelling around the world to lead the workshops about anatomy, for people who are practising and teaching Astanga yoga. First time he will be our guest.
Friday 22.02, from 6 p.m to 8.30 p.m - free lecture!

The Matrix of Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga vinyasa yoga is perhaps one of the most misunderstood styles in the yoga world even though so many other styles are influenced by it. In this workshop we first understand the context within which the Ashtanga vinyasa yoga method came to be. Then we look at the essential elements that make it distinct and an extremely internal practice. These elements are vinyasa/breath, bandha, dristhi, and asana. It's one thing to know what these words mean, another to have an experience of them. We will be doing small pieces of practice to illustrate the concepts and practices that lead to an actual experience of these elements. We will also take a look at why this method is often misunderstood. Bring your skepticism and judgements if you wish.


Saturday Morning - 23.02 from 9 to 12 a.m

Anatomy for Ashtangis

In the anatomy for ashtanga workshop, we will work with and talk about those pieces of anatomy that feed the doing of your practice correctly. What is correctly can certainly be debated. What would Guruji mean by correctly? I think it would be the core of the practice, which is breath, bandha, and dristhi (tristana) all of which are performed while doing asana.
Without these elements, how can one truly develop in the practice? There are anatomical components that support breath, bandha and even dristi. Understanding the anatomical principles will help our mind to have an image, idea or principle to understand and then trust the practice even more.
In addition, we can use physical technique supported by anatomical understanding to help get us to a more comfortable place in the asana. This allows for better breath and bandha. We can pick apart some of the more difficult aspects and areas of the practice anatomically including but not limited to, backbending, lotus, jump backs etc…

Saturday 23.02 from 1 to 3 p.m

Adjustment

Saturday Afternoon Adjustment workshop - 24.02
from 9 to 12 a.m - First part
from 1 to 3 p.m - Second part
Sunday We continue adjustment workshop... In the anatomy for Ashtangi's we will cover the jump back jump through and backbending as well. But on Sunday we can also do this from the teaching point of view. Talk about adjustments and how to teach the parts to students that lead to good backbends and jump back jump throughs.

Monday to Friday, 25.02 - 1.03
Mysore classes from 7 to 9.30 a.m

Mysore practise is allocate for begginers, and also for advanced
people.
Every participant will discover the next step of development in asana.

More information on : www.yoganatomy.com

Prices:


To the end of December:

Anatomy and correction workshops: 580 PLN
Single lessons: 160 PLN
Mysore (five lessons*) 594 PLN

Workshops+Mysore 1174 PLN


To 14.02.2013
Anatomy and correction workshops: 635 PLN
Single lessons: 170 PLN
Mysore (five lessons*) 635 PLN

Workshops+Mysore 1265 PLN

After 15.02.2013
Anatomy and correction workshops: 680 PLN
Single lessons: 175 PLN
Mysore (five lessons*) 680 PLN

Workshops+Mysore 1360 PLN

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