~THE YAMAS & NIYAMAS: On the Mat and Off~
Sunday, April 7, 2019
The practice of yoga is not a goal, it is a path. A means for us to reach our highest development as a human being – physical, mental and spiritual.
With the popularity of yoga, the focus has been on the physical practice. But asana (the physical practice of yoga) is just one component/limb of 8 limbs that make up the path of yoga. The Yamas and Niyamas are the first two limbs. These can be described as restraints/wise characteristics and observances/attitude – ethical principles – that help to guide us on this path that leads to finding harmony with our external and internal environment.
In the workshop you will not only learn the meaning of each Yama and Niyama but how to apply each principle on the mat and how to carry the practice with you off the mat. An in-depth discussion will be followed by a master class incorporating these principles.
This workshop is intended for both teachers and students. As a teacher, you will learn how to guide your students on the mat and help them to apply these principles in their practice. As a student, you will begin to learn to use the pose and physical practice as a tool to help take your practice off the mat and into your daily life.
This workshop is approved for Yoga Alliance continuing education credits.
~HOURLY MENTORSHIP SUPPORT~
$125/Hour + CT sales tax
Whether a student or a teacher, the practice of yoga is a continuous journey.
Mentoring recreates the traditional yoga model based on a strong and trusted relationship between student and teacher.
Lyn’s Mentorship Programs are designed to support new and experienced teachers,
as well as students interested in growing and enhancing their yoga practice.
The hourly mentorship option is perfect for students or teachers who do not anticipate the need for a long-term, ongoing support but might have a specific concern or interest.
Yoga Alliance continuing education contact hours are available.
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