A Katonah® Yoga Program
with Ari Halbert
Saturday 28. June 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm & Sunday 29.June, 2019 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm
300,- Euro (Early Bird until May 15th 250,- Euro)
Lumines Yoga, Kronberg
You will learn body reading techniques that will enable you to discern exactly what type of adjustment is best suited for a given student. There is no one-size-fits-all adjustment for any posture: Each body requires its own nuanced set of adjustments to find balance.
Through practice, you will become comfortable identifying different structural patterns, which will help you in discerning how to assist others in a way that will offer profound
and lasting changes. Everyone will come away with hands-on experience, and gained confidence through applied knowledge.
We will cover:
* Working with injuries
* Body readings/diagnostics
* Breakdown of frequently used poses and techniques along with their adjustments/modifications
* Language: how to cue and articulate better with verbal adjustments
This workshop will be intimate and personal, allowing each participant to get the direct experience necessary to support them in empowering others.
My first memories of yoga are from childhood, practicing asana alongside my dad, and watching him sit for long periods every morning to meditate. These influences acted as a seed that was planted in me—one which began to blossom over a decade later when I gained an affinity for books on Western Esotericism, and found myself learning yoga postures yet again, but this time under the tutelage of many great LA and New York based yoga teachers. I received my 200-hour certification at Atmananda Yoga in 2008, and shortly thereafter completed an advanced teacher training with Schuyler Grant at Kula Yoga, and studied with Nevine Michaan to become a Katonah® Yoga certified instructor.
In my classes I strive to help students explore the inner realms though the forms and expressions of the physical body. I enjoy focusing on the intricacies of precise alignment and at the same time crave the immense sense of freedom, which comes from letting that go to flow intuitively from movement to movement. It is my opinion that through the grace of the movements of the physical body, one can imbue the same sense of grace and peace within. In the words of the ancient adage: as above, so below; as without, so within.