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Learning Shoulderstand and Some Variations (shoulderstand cycle)
February 8 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm| $37.50 – $60
Shoulderstand is considered the second most important pose in yoga practice. Overall the regular practice of this pose produces a calming feeling in the mind an a deep relaxation of the body.
It is a very important restorative pose and it is usually practiced at the end of a yoga practice to help one recoup their well spent energy.
The workshop is open to all except those with serious neck injuries.
Please note the above photo is just but one method of shoulder stand. There are several other methods beyond this restorative method pictured above.
The workshop will begin with a good warm up and preparation for the pose. Please wear yoga clothes.
We will do starting with more traditional versions of the post.
Instructor is well-experienced with over 40 years of teaching history!
Dates & Time: Feb. 8th, 2020 @4:30pm – 7:00pm
Fee: $37.50 until Sunday, February 2; $50 starting Monday February 3 and $60 at the door.
About the instructor: Richard Schachtel
Richard Schachtel has been training in Iyengar Yoga for over 40 years. He founded The Center For Yoga in 1980 and is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher and an authorized Iyengar Yoga Teacher Trainer. He has made 22 yoga study trips to India to personally train with the Iyengar Family most recently in December 2016. Richard is the Seattle Area’s most Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher. Richard has been training teachers in Seattle since 1986 and has influenced several generations of yoga teachers. There are over 100 recent graduates of this program which is offered also on the weekends, and in 4 week immersions. Richard has taught yoga workshops throughout the USA, at several Iyenger Yoga National Conventions, in Australia and India, and taught this spring in China.
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