The ancient sequence of Surya Namaskar is still considered one of the best ways to stimulate the joints, muscles, and endocrine system, etc. Students will not only learn the sequence, but have the ability to self-correct at the conclusion of the program.
The regulation of breath is one of the best ways to tame the wild corners of the mind. Learn how simple breathing can take you into new levels of awareness.
“But I’m not flexible enough for Yoga.” As a beginner, we start with union between body and breath. Working slowly and gently through various asanas not only provides therapeutic benefits, it also relieves stress and builds confidence.
The Yamas (Restraints) and Niyamas (Disciplines) provide a framework for one setting out on the path of Yoga. The tenets do not in any way conflict with already existing religious teachings or methodologies. In fact, they deepen ones already existing beliefs.
Each day will have a dedicated time to turn inwards, focusing all of one’s attention to the flow of the breath. We will also explore other easy and fun techniques to control the fluctuations of the mind.
We all have desires and ways in which we see ourselves living our best life. What does that look like for you? Throughout the week, there will be time dedicated to understanding those desires and how best we can achieve them.
By the end of the program, students will understand the Surya Namaskar sequence for self-practice and have a clear template of additional asanas that best meet their needs and goals.
Hello, I am Brent
For the past 12 years, I’ve witnessed the countless, life-changing benefits that can come from the practice of Yoga. I was 17 years old when I participated in my very first Yoga class at a music camp. That class would redirect the trajectory of my life.
In New York City, I couldn’t get enough of exploring the different styles and methodologies. My path towards one-pointed focus was multi-faceted – Bikram, Kundalini, Jivamukti, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin – I loved all of it. The more I practiced, the more I began to witness the foundations of my being starting to shift. A call of becoming a teacher started to call out to me, yet I knew, deep down, I needed to invest further into my own maturity before offering the practice to others.
Some years later, at 29 years old, my life’s path took me to India to begin a new life. The opportunity to become a certified teacher in India presented itself once again. This time, I would heed the call.
I began my studies at The Yoga Institute in Mumbai, founded by the late Shri Yogendra Chowk, in hopes of attaining my basic instructor certification. Post graduation, I began work immediately on pursuing my advanced certification.
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