This Heart of Yoga workshop will focus on the classical foundations of Yoga asana, pranayama, and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
Many of the popular styles of yoga today, can be traced back to the classical teachings of T Krishnamacharya.
Yoga techniques have found their way from the Indian origins of this great master to influence the development of different styles and teachers across the world. How much have these teachings and techniques changed, evolved, expanded, blended?
Different versions, different styles, for different people.
This is a MUST DO workshop, for Yoga teachers and regular practitioners.
This workshop will take us back to the classical and universal foundations of yoga practice, that have been translated and transformed by many great and well known teachers into the modern world. Classical techniques of asana and pranayama that are rarely known or taught in the more popular styles today.
Participants will explore 10 key points, that are fundamental and
universal essentials to all yoga practice, from the source teachings of
Krishnamacharya, one of the greatest yoga masters of the modern era, was neither popular nor trendy in his lifetime. Nor did he develop his own style of yoga.
He simply taught different approaches for the needs of different people, and guided people in the development of their own personal
practice. Very effective, for all sorts of different people with different needs. You might have read articles and books about this great yoga
master, seen pictures and even youtube videos.
Be open to let go of what you think you know in different styles and
approaches. Learn and experience for yourself!
The foundations of all Yoga teachings and practice comes from the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. More than just the philosophical aspects of yoga, the Yoga Sutras are a systematic summary of the entire system of yoga - the philosophy, psychology, and practical guide for yoga practice.