Ashtanga Workshop Series 2017

Ashtanga Workshop Series 2017

AYS Raleigh Ashtanga Workshop Series 2017

With Stacy Ingham, Owner/Director

Beginning in January, Stacy will offer Monthly workshops to explore more deeply different aspects of the Ashtanga practice.  Included in these workshops will be: Surya Namaskara, Standing Sequence, Primary Series Seated Postures, Back Bends, Inversions, Intermediate Series Postures, Pranayama and more. These workshops are suitable for any level of student, and recommended for those starting out in the Ashtanga practice.

Foundational Elements of Practice: Saturday, July 29th; 10am-12pm

Ashtanga Yoga is a system for physical, mental and spiritual health. To benefit fully from your practice, its important to balance all three of these aspects in your study of this system of yoga.  We'll take a closer look at the foundational aspects of the Ashtanga practice (Breath, Bandha, Dristhi, Posture) from a physical, and energetic point of view, referencing Patanjali's Yoga Sutras and the Hatha Yoga Pradipika as a basis for our study.

Cost -- $20

Introduction to Intermediate Series: Saturday August 26th; 10am-12pm

The Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga is known as "Nadi Shodana" or "Nerve Cleansing". We'll take a look at the series as a whole, and the first several poses specifically.  This workshop is most appropriate for those with a well established Primary Series Practice.  Contact Stacy Ingham with any questions: inghamsk@gmail.com 919-880-9409

Cost -- $20

Teaching Ashtanga Yoga: Saturday, September 16th; 10am-12pm

For those teaching or interested in teaching Ashtanga yoga, Stacy will share methods and approaches she has developed over the years, as well as some basic adjustments. We'll also field questions and share experiences with the unique challenges of teaching the Ashtanga yoga practice. Contact Stacy Ingham with any questions: inghamsk@gmail.com 919-880-9409

Cost -- $20

Sanskrit Revolution with Marcy Goldstein

Sanskrit Revolution with Marcy Goldstein

Sanskrit Revolution with Marcy Goldstein

Sunday, September 24th, 12-4pm

Ever wondered what your teacher is saying in Sanskrit? Would you like to pronounce Sanskrit words confidently? Do you know the correct pronunciation and deeper meanings of the Ashtanga opening & closing chants and the Primary Series postures? This workshop will demystify pronunciations, spellings, definitions, and deeper meanings of words that you hear, say, read, and sing. You will learn fascinating things and walk away with a true appreciation for this sacred sound system. Understanding the language of yoga will enhance your practice and professionalize your teaching. For new students thru lead instructors.

Investment:

$65 if registered before September 10;

$75 September 11-24th

*CEUs for RYTs
**fee includes handouts & recording of the class chanting Sanskrit

Marcy Braverman Goldstein, Ph.D., began teaching Sanskrit and the history and philosophies of yoga in the 1990s. To design her courses, she draws from her academic training and 20 years of yoga practice. At UNC Charlotte she teaches “Yoga Through the Ages.” Since creating Sanskrit Revolution, Marcy has taught at more than three dozen studios, teacher training programs, conferences, and festivals nationally. Her passion is to help people discover the history and fascinating linguistic foundation of yoga.