DATE: 2-19 March 2020 | Mondays & Thursdays
COST: R1450 (Early-Bird R1300 before 2 Feb)
Practicing with a teacher is important for continuous guidance, support and inspiration. But as we progress on our yoga path, it becomes equally as important to develop and nurture a quiet, unguided self-practice where we get to explore the more subtle layers of our being and experience a deeper, more contemplative side of yoga.
If you are looking to develop a self-practice but don’t know how to get started or struggle to stay committed to a routine, this 3 week course might be for you!
You will learn:
- A set sequence of postures based on the traditional Ashtanga Primary Series which forms the basis of most forms of modern yoga. We will start with an exploration of Sun Salutations A & B and from there move on to some foundational standing postures, seated forward bends, twists, accessible back bends and inversions.
- Various breathing techniques (Pranayama) focused on regulating the nervous-system and stilling the mind in preparation for meditation
- Mindfulness meditation and metta practice
The aim of this course is to inspire you to establish a self-practice routine that is sustainable and will be a joy to come back to day after day.
PLACES ARE LIMITED.
About Eva Raal
Eva has been practicing yoga since 2006 and teaching since 2015. Through her extensive travels she has had the privilege to explore a number of different yoga styles and study with many inspirational teachers from around the world, including Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor, Ty Landrum and Petri Räisänen, to name a few. Her teaching is inspired by her continuous study of philosophy and ancient texts, and her personal daily practice of yoga asana, pranayama and meditation.