Nella cornice mozzafiato del Lido Riva Caccia, abbiamo la fortuna di ospitare Yogeswari che terrà una lezione in italiano sulla piattaforma galleggiante. Si paga solo l’entrato al bagno pubblico, come sempre (6.- chf, 5.- chf con Lugano Card).
9.00 – 12.00: Workshop I: INVERSIONS AND ARM BALANCES (85.- chf)
This workshop will begin with Chanting, Meditation and Pranayama. We will then go through a thorough warm-up for the wrists and hands. This will be followed by a rigorous Vinyasa Practice that will prepare us for Hand- and Arm Balances. We will then workshop these Asanas by building a solid foundation and gradually, in taking different approaches, add building blocks towards achieving a moment of freedom and confidence in the poses. Again, this workshop will examine how the effect of these poses relate to the philosophical concepts explained in Maharshi Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra.
14.00 – 16.00: Workshop II: ASANA LAB (75.- chf)
Based on the observations of the week-end and the needs of participants, some Asanas will be examined for in-depth exploration and a basic understanding of assists. It also will be a forum to ask questions related to personal issues in Asanas. It is recommended that you have taken at least one of the other Workshops and/or the Master Class, in order to be able to benefit from this workshop.
Le prenotazioni per i workshop sono vincolanti. Se per qualsiasi ragione non vi fosse possibile partecipare ad un workshop a cui siete iscritti, vi chiediamo di cancellare la prenotazione almeno 24 ore prima. In caso contrario il workshop vi sarà fatturato per intero.
Yogeswari, based at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New York City since the year 2000, is one of the most senior teachers of the Jivamukti Yoga Method. She is Advanced Certified, a Facilitator of Jivamukti Teacher Trainings, and has taken many Jivamukti Certified Teachers through one-on-one apprenticeships towards their 800-hour-certification. Since 2004, she has been teaching around the world. Yogeswari is known for her vigorous, seamless Vinyasa sequencing, and her thought-provoking philosophical teachings. With 20 years of experience in dance and choreography, she brings liveliness and vibrancy to all her work. She holds an MA in choreography and dance from New York University and a BFA McL in dance from Temple University, Philadelphia. Born in Switzerland, she teaches workshops, immersions, and retreats in five languages.She is the founder and president of AZAHAR Foundation, an international non-profit organization that promotes cross-cultural understanding and non-violent conflict resolution through Yoga and the Arts, with special attention to disenfranchised communities, and women and children in conflict settings.
Areas of Expertise and Teaching: Jivamukti Yoga; Vigorous and Seamless Vinyasa Sequencing
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ABOUT JIVAMUTI YOGA:
HIP, HOT & HOLY
Jivamukti is Hip: in the eighties, Sharon Gannon & David Life, the founders of the Jivamukti Yoga method, brought Yoga into the most radical underground communities in the East Village of New York. In doing so, they integrated the hidden and mysterious teachings of yoga into the artistic avant-garde, and made Yoga “Hip”, i.e. relevant for people living in a vibrant, creative and forward thinking urban environment. Jivamukti is spiritualized performance art, where poetry, dance, asana and music are coming together with Vedic wisdom teachings, and the audience are its actors.
Jivamukti is Hot, because it addresses the most burning issues of our times. The Asana practice generates inner heat that allows practitioners to transform stagnation in the body and melt away old paradigms, habits and conditioned behavior in the mind.
Jivamukti is Holy. When we clear physical and mental obstacles out of the way, we have an opportunity to experience what was revealed in the Shrutis (sacred texts of India), which is that essentially, we are made of pure love, pure light, and pure joy.
Jivamukti Yoga — often called the Wild Child of Yoga for its artistic and activist inspiration — was founded by Sharon Gannon (Tripura Sundari) and David Life (Deva Das) in New York, in 1986, and is defined as a Path to Enlightenment through Compassion towards all beings. The core practice is Asana, supported by elements of 5 tenets: Ahimsa (non-violence), Shastra (scripture), Nada (sound), Bhakti (devotion), Dhyana (meditation). These tenets are based on the classical teachings of Yoga, and illuminated as relevant guidelines for life, on and off the mat. The Jivamukti Yoga method teaches how to improve one’s quality and joy of life by bringing harmony into our relationships.
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