The Art of Vinyasa

 Mary Taylor earlier this year at the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence.

Mary Taylor earlier this year at the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence.

Whatever form of yoga we practice, beneath the surface is a vinyasa—the step-by-step careful attention to detail, action, and counteraction within and between poses. We establish the direction of the posture, dissolve into the breath, and release the form to begin again.

The Art of Vinyasa workshop is an intricate exploration of this process through the lens of the Ashtanga Vinyasa system. Using clusters of postures from the Primary and Intermediate series, we’ll be working with the complementary and interlinking forms that transform any practice into a moving meditation.

This course promises to bring insight applicable to any level of yoga practice, including (and especially) the daily Mysore practice. While the workshop is rooted in Ashtanga Vinyasa, all students with a vinyasa background and some familiarity with the Ashtanga series are welcome.

Join us as we learn to pay close attention to the meditative quality of form and movement as a means of bringing refinement to our practice. Fine, detailed attention to subtle technique will prove to be the way of avoiding injury and integrating obstacles.

WHAT: The Art of Vinyasa weekend workshop with Richard Freeman & Mary Taylor

WHEN: 15 to 17 February 2019

WHERE: Romulo Peace Center, 120 Perea St., Century Plaza, Legaspi Village, Makati


FULL TUITION: $320 until Nov 29 | $365 thereafter

*Reservation fee must be paid as early as possible in order to secure a slot. Reservation fee is non-refundable and non-transferrable but will be applied to the full workshop payment.

More details for the workshop and the 5-day immersion will be announced soon. In the meantime, be sure to sign up for updates at this link.

Liana Romulo