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Yoga Workshop with Day Christensen

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DAY1YOGA with Day Christensen

Day1 Yoga Workshop Rates
 Session PriceWeekend Price
Student Rate $20 $75
Faculty/Staff $40 $175
Community $55 $250

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‌Yoga sessions/workshop - March 29 – March 31, 2019

Weekend Schedule
Friday 6 pm - 7:30 pm Guided Primary Series/Conference
Saturday 10 am - 12 pm Mysore Practice 
Saturday 2 pm - 4 pm

Functional Movement of the hip

Sunday 8:30 am - 10:30 am MySore Practice
Sunday 11 am - 1 pm Drills

 

Guided Primary Series/Conference (1.5 hours)

A guided primary class is conducted following specific vinyasa count and the names of each posture called in Sanskrit. Following the rhythm of the vinyasa counts is meant to develop physical strength and mobility, mental clarity, and emotional calm. (Conference is a Q & A, discussion on practice/form/etc.)

Mysore Practice (2 hours)

Mysore (All levels. Beginners welcome.) Mysore Ashtanga is the traditional method of studying ashtanga yoga asana. it consists of a set sequence of postures which are practiced in a quiet room with individual instruction from a teacher. The practice is taught according to each person's needs and abilities and at an appropriate pace.

Functional Movement of the Hip (2 hours) 

This is a workshop designed to cover the bases of the main movement patterns in yoga and how we can best develop strength, flexibility and overall control in our practice, all while avoiding injury. There will be plenty of room for discussion, questions, trial and demonstration.

Mysore Practice (2 hours)

Mysore (All levels. Beginners welcome.) Mysore Ashtanga is the traditional method of studying ashtanga yoga asana. it consists of a set sequence of postures which are practiced in a quiet room with individual instruction from a teacher. The practice is taught according to each person's needs and abilities and at an appropriate pace.

Drills (2 hours)

Want to do a workshop that will challenge every part of your physical being without getting too heady about it?  This is a pure workout including exercises that I have used to develop strength, skills and control for some of the more challenging vinyasas in the Ashtanga system.  People always ask "Is there anything I can do to get stronger at jump backs?"  The answer is "YES, YOU CAN TAKE THIS CLASS!"

What to bring: Socks, a hand towel or bandana and water.