Ashtanga Therapy weekend

22. 05. 2020 - 24. 05. 2020 | Retreat Centre Bělá nad Svitavou

the basics of dynamic practice, alignments of the body in the asanas, therapeutical attitude, physio-therapy

This weekend workshop is focused on the understanding of the deeper consequences in our personal asana practice. Well it doesnt really matter how the asana look like, but the most important is what the inner mental state is, if we know how to listen properly our body needs or if we train the body to reach some performance, if we understand and respect our body boundaries or we step out of it every time. During the afternoon classes - Friday and Saturday - Elena Kianičkova (physiotherapist and the dynamic asana practitioner) put the attention towards the detailed principles of the healthy alignment of the body and the movement. The healthy body movements are given to us, they are connected with the bio-dynamics and our movement developing and are generally valid. When we apply these skills during the asana practice, it brings amazing benefits: not only in the higher quality and the safety of the asana practice and deepening of the breathe. It transmit also into our daily life and the moments stereotypes. The path to do it good is to interconnect the movements with the nervous system, in the other way we will connect "the body" and "the mind" through the relaxation and concentration techniques.
In the morning practice you can examine these newly learned experiences in your own practice under the guidance of Kathy Rojkova (you can read more about me in the section "about me") in the led class or mysore class. The morning practice will start with the breathing exercises to improve our awareness in the body and change the breathing stereotype. The workshop will end up by relaxing mutual shiatsu therapy (around 30 minus) massage.
Delicious vegan food will be arranged by amazing chef Svetlana Synakova - Good Karma Gathering.

4.000,- kč/ early birds 3.800,- (paid by the end of February)

You can also book your place on an email or phone 776 550 524.