A 3 hours fun and dynamic workshop with Idit Hefer Tamir
Saturday May 11th
$45 – bookings essential
“Learning only static postures does not reveal the incredible potential of asana. When individual asanas are linked together correctly in a sequence, the result is a physiological mantram, a fleshy vortex of intersecting rivers of everything. The word vinyasa means "a joining or linking mechanism." Krama means "the process"; it refers to the succession of changes that occurs from moment to moment. Vinyasa krama means the succession of changes undertaken with a single pointed intention, free from fluctuation.” / Sharon Gannon / Jivamukti Yoga
Everything we do should have intention and consciousness.
Our breath should be conscious and intentional, our devotion of class to someone or something, , our asana, our flow and our whole practice and eventually it will lead to our life being more intentional and conscious as well.
Most of us are not conscious of our intention from moment to moment. Details fill our lives, but the casual thread of the vinyasa remains elusive. We may often find ourselves in situations wondering, "How did I get into this one?" When we establish a conscious intention and teach ourselves how to remain aligned with that intention, no matter how much we are dissuaded or distracted by the external world, the process unfolds as it should.
In this workshop we will explore the true meaning of Vinyasa Krama and how the different elements of Breath, Movement and intention can transform us on and off the mat once they come together in a union and are no longer 3 separate elements.
For more information visit www.sukhamukhayoga.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
$45 for a 3 hour fun & dynamic workshop with Idit Hefer Tamir at Sukha Mukha Yoga, Bronte.