We are very pleased to welcome Michael Lucey back to lead another workshop. His teaching was well received by everyone who was able to come last year, so save the date!
What are the distinguishing qualities of attention and awareness? How do we bring them together to cultivate a state of attentive awareness? This elusive state of attentive awareness is what B.K.S. Iyengar has taught us to aim for in the practice of asana and pranayama. What is its flavor and what are its components?
In the morning session, we will work actively with standing poses and backward extensions. In the afternoon session, we will work in a more inward way with the seated poses and inversions, leading towards pranayama. Our goal will be to learn how systematic practice can allow us to get a taste of the "continuous and uninterrupted flow of attentive awareness" that is the heart of yoga.
This workshop is appropriate for everyone with one year of Iyengar yoga practice. Familiarity with inversions is suggested, however, alternatives will be given if needed.
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Michael Lucey discovered Iyengar yoga in 1982 while he was a student living in England. From his very first class, he has been fascinated by the many ways yoga can transform your relation to your body, mind, and breath. An Intermediate Junior III certified teacher, Michael has been fortunate to be able to study with senior teachers fromaround the world. He takes classes from Manouso Manos and has pursued teacher training with Gloria Goldberg, Patricia Walden, and Joan White. His trip to study at Geetaji's intensive in December 2014 was his ninth time in Pune studying with the Iyengar family. Michael is also a professor of Comparative Literature and French at the University of California, Berkeley, and is serving as President of the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States from 2014-2016.
Pay by September 5, and take advantage of early bird pricing!
|Michael Lucey All Day
Price after September 5: $140
|Michael Lucey Morning Class
Price after September 5: $85
|Michael Lucey Afternoon Class
Price after September 5: $70
For information about Ongoing Advanced Studies/Teacher Training with Marla Apt, see this link.
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