This 2-hour workshop aims at practising the Sanskrit counted method of Ashtanga vinyasa yoga. This method is designed to focus and still the mind, bringing practitioners to the next level of practice – meditation in motion. We’ll focus on counting the first part of the Primary series (Yoga Chikitsa), learning to create a meditative flow of Sanskrit, Ujjayi breath, mind and movement.
Join Irina’s Saturday morning workshop intended for the regular Ashtanga vinyasa yoga practitioners. We’ll dive into the practice of the first part of the Primary series (Yoga Chikitsa), exploring intentions of the asanas as well as anatomical alignments based on your body type and the season of your life.
Join Irina’s Saturday morning designed for regular Ashtanga vinyasa yoga practitioners. It aims to take you deeper into the practice of the second part of the Primary series (Yoga Chikitsa). We’ll start from Navasana, focusing on techniques and alignments based on your body type and your current state of body and mind as well.
If you have ever wondered why the order of poses is as it is in the Primary series of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, then this workshop is for you. The sequential nature of the practice has a methodology that may not be obvious at first. Jock will guide you through the practice step by step so you will gain a deeper understanding of the order of things. You’ll also safely explore Intermediate series of Ashtanga with this highly knowledgeable, experienced and fun teacher. We are happy to welcome Jock Orton back to Iriness!
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