Revolve and Reveal

a 10 Hour KATONAH YOGA® training with visiting teacherBrian Nygard April 25 &26 2020

In this workshop you'll learn and implement breathwork, asana, theory, body reading and restorative practices. Together we'll use metaphors to consider your circumstance and uncover more function in your forms. 
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. -African Proverb


Saturday & Sunday

25 & 26. April, 2020

12:30 - ca. 17:30 Uhr

short tea break 



350,00 €



Lumines Yoga, Kronberg




All hours with Brian Nygard are bankable toward your Katonah Yoga® Certification.



From the view point of Taoism, wellness is found through a three fold path of Mind, Body and Speech.

Warm like the summer the heart(h) is our flame of speech. When seasoned, positioned, held and well tended; the fire of the Heart can be Hear-d through song and radiate its warmth to feed the Ear of the Ear-th  


When wielded; the tongue can appoint, navigate, paint and spell out the vibration of a mind embodied. 


The How we “heart-iculate” this experience to ourselves,


The How we Draw from it a narrative that supportes our wellbeing; and How we co-relate, communicate, re-cognizance and remember this phenomenon; this formulates our immunity.


Life is a gift, freely given. lets write an amazing story with it!



Brian Nygard

As a Katonah Yoga teacher and Vipassana meditator, Brian is compelled to share his yoga
practice as a means to living life more fully, simply and sensibly. With a formal education from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and through years of study beside his foremost mentors Nevine Michaan and Abbie Galvin, Brian’s lessons draw from a wide vocabulary of yoga, philosophy, musicianship and embodied work.

In class, Brian encourages students to become curious, deliberate and playful in their choice making. His lessons illustrate how to recognize each form for its function and understand natures implicit pattern as found in the body.

Through formal technique, sound adjustments in joint space, breath work and the rhyme and reason of a metaphor; each practitioner can develop their awareness to better refine, relate, re-pair, attune and achieve more harmony in how they conduct themselves and the energy around them.

Brian is delighted and honored to share his loving-kindness and incites with the Katonah conversation. A senior faculty member at many of New York City’s most established yoga schools, Brian has trained and mentored hundreds of teachers over the last decade. He has been a guest teacher at the United Nations, and annually headlines workshops, retreats, festivals and training programs, both in the U.S. and internationally. He lives in New York City.