Location: Loka Yoga Whistler @ Nita Lake Lodge, 2131 Lake Placid Road
Date: Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Time: 1:30 - 4:30 pm
Cost: $35 + GST
Find solid foundations through 8 limbs of Yoga improving balance and standing poses leading to lightness, confidence and balance.
Strengthen connection to the Earth and those around you through Yoga and Vinyasa by solidifying foundations. A deeper look at standing asanas and balance postures and the 8 limbs of Patanjalis Yoga Sutra's.
Open to all level of practitioner and mobility
Workshop will include:
-Study and putting into practise the 8 limbs of Patanjali's Yoga system
-Emphasis on Tenants of Vinyasa and Surya Namamaskar (Sun salutations)
-Pranayama and meditation techniques to deepen focus and awareness needed for standing and Balance postures
-Use of sound,mantra and music
-Fun and engaging asana practise focusing on techniques to become more earth connected, stronger and balanced
-Breaking down several integral standing, balancing and inversion postures (with modifications and props explained in full)
Yoga is all about perfecting relationships and purifying karmatic energy so that we can be liberated and feel real lasting happiness in all aspects of lives. How we connect with the earth reflects our relationship with all other beings, and we will cover alignment and techniques for grounding our roots as we rise up strong in various balance and standing asanas. Making us stronger yet lighter in all other aspects of our asana practise.
Patanjali's Yoga sutras lay's out a complete and structured system of yoga that is accessible to all. By studying and implementing these 8 limbs in our life and breaking down the tenants of Vinyasa, we can advance our yogic journey and have profound experiences today!
We will journey through sound, mantra and music with like-minded gathering of people. Finding our breath connection and self study through meditation will lead us to sweeter connections to those people in our lives and beyond.
“You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one.”