Teacher : Jean-Claude
Level : initiation
Date(s) - 22/10/2018 - 27/10/2018
06:00 to 08:00
Ilioupoli Athens - Greece
Learn or improve Ashtanga Yoga (Korunta Yoga) from Shri K. Pattabhi Jois in a place rich of energy vibes. A seminar in Greece, it is feel all its mythological richness.
Apollo – the eternal Fire, Athos – the Earth and Poseidon – the Water! a fight of Giants within ourselves. It is also returning to the “love of knowledge” or “love of wisdom”, ancient discipline that originated in India, which raises the questions and develops the thinking about the world and human existence, codified by Patanjali in Yoga Sūtra (Yogasutra) during the second century BC.
This is also the famous “mantra” of the anchorites of Mount Athos, prayer of Jesus, prayer of the Pilgrim, that is to say the « sādhaka (Sanskrit: साधक) » of the one looking for himself. “Lord have mercy on me, Christ have mercy on me” in Greek “Kyrie Eleison”, that is “Lord, have mercy.” This constant repetition leads to peace of soul, a state in which the heart of the practitioner is in contact, in fusion with the Divine
Working together to learn or to deepen Yoga Mala, the garland of postures as taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and therby promoting, listening, meeting, knowing and integrating with oneself!
You will practice according to your experience, either the first or the second series.
This session allows individual attention, with detailed instructions and specific adjustments given by your teacher.
This workshop is accessible to all, beginners, advanced and teachers.
As a beginner, you’ll discover the basics. If you have more experience, you’ll improve your rhythm, Vinyasa, Mula Bandha, Uddiyana and Ujjayi. As a teacher, you’ll learn how to help students.
Ashtanga yoga is only practiced indoors.
Pictures of the Ashtanga Yoga Shala of Nikos in Athens :
You’ll find everything needed (mats, straps, etc.) on the premises. Of course, you can bring your own material if you prefer.
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