We often focus on practicing our poses from the spine, arms, and legs. But the ancient teachings of yoga also dealt with opening and quieting the organs of the body, like the heart, kidneys and liver that are found in the “kunda” or vessel holding these organs. During this workshop we will focus on specific poses that create a healthy balance for the organs in the chest and abdomen, as well as explore the theories of why they work. All types of poses will be studied, including backbends, inversions, forward bends and twists. We will also spend some time on specific therapeutic applications that will be immediately applicable to ourselves and to our students.
We will begin each day with a focus intention and then go directly to practicing Active poses. In the second session of the day, we will focus on a Quiet Practice – Restorative yoga, meditation, and pranayama. Throughout the workshop we will return our awareness to stabilizing and balancing from the inside, as well as focusing on how to teach others to do so.
has taught yoga around the world and in almost all the states in the USA since 1971. She is the author of 11 books on yoga and related topics, the newest of which is Teaching Yoga with Intention (Shambhala Publications, 2021). She has taught regularly at Open Sky Yoga since the 1980s. www.judithhansonlasater.com www.restorativeyogateachers.com
$925 (Student/seniors 10% discount)
Before August 1, 2024: Refund minus a non-refundable $200. No refunds after August1, 2024.
Props: Sticky mat, eye bag, bolster, five firm blankets, two yoga blocks, one yoga belt (6ft), face towel (16”x30”)
Indian Community Center of Rochester
2171 Monroe Wayne County Line Rd., Macedon, NY 14502
|Balance of Tuition||$725|