Yoga Asana: The Basics
Yoga Asanas, or Yoga Postures, are a core practice in the Tantric Hatha Yoga tradition. They are the foundation for improved physical health, increased energy and reduced physical tension.
This evening is an opportunity for those new to Tantric Hatha Yoga or those wishing to review the Basic Yoga Asanas, to learn the postures in an environment that will allow for questions and fine tuning of alignment.
Each of the standard yoga postures presented during the evening will be demonstrated and then practiced. Some opportunities for partnered assisting will also be presented.
Who should attend?|
The evening will begin with a brief group introduction and an overview of Yoga Asana as a Yogic tool.
Following the introduction, we will approach one posture at a time. At the end of class, there will be time for a brief relaxation and meditation.
The location of this event will be in a private group workshop space near the intersection of Sheridan Road and Cheshire bridge road close to the I-85 exit at Cheshire Bridge.
This event is open to anyone regardless of previous Tantra Yoga or Yoga Experience. You are encouraged to invite and bring interested friends and family members.
Please bring your own yoga mat and a towel.
No payment is required to attend, but a suggested Love Offering of $10-$20 per person would be appreciated to help cover the costs of the group space.
The ending time is approximate and may end sooner or later depending upon the flow of events and the number of questions.
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FREE EVENT | Yoga Asana: The Basics Workshop Registration
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