The Function of Breath in the Yoga Practice I
We all breathe, what’s the big deal?
Frankly if you have not developed your yoga practice as a breath-centric method of developing the present moment, then you have yet to practice yoga.
That said, this is different than cardiovascular training which is vital as well.
The breath matures on a physical, physiological, and psychological level when we open to the understanding and artistry of breath-centric yoga and mediation practice.
Breath is a presence that links body function with spirit. Neither can function in balance without the breath.
Anatomy & Physiology
The seemingly invisible side of breathing in the human body with visual, experiential, mild science, and discussion. This series of breathing workshops will utilize the book “Anatomy of Breathing” as the guide.
This class is for you! It will take place in two sections, Section I: June 11/12, 2016; Section II: July 9/10, 2016. Tentative class times: Saturdays 10:00 am-3:00 pm, Sundays 12:30-3:30 pm.
Any yoga practitioner, teacher-in-training, and yoga teacher will benefit from this study and it’s effect on your life, practice, and students!
Fee for Section I: $175