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[Live Streamed] The Yamas: The Backbone of Practice with Kate Bailey
Jun 12, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm| $60
This workshop starts at the first limb of the traditional 8 limb practice: the Yamas. The yamas are universal principles set out to give structure and points of self reflection on how we act in our world. While we often start our relationship with yoga during yoga asana classes, how we approach those classes should be soaked in the philosophy of the ethical backbone of the practice defined by the first two limbs of yoga: the Yamas and the Niyamas.
During this workshop we will look at the 5 principles: ahimsa, satya, asteya, brahmacharya, and aparigraha. We will look at each as it is commonly defined and extrapolate how we as students of yoga can apply these principles to our practice on the mat, as well as our practice in relationship outside of the yoga studio. We will learn how each Yama informs all the other Yamas and by working through the understanding of these principles, the practice of yoga becomes richer and more complex, brining the philosophy of this ancient system to contemporary life.
In addition to discussing the Yamas, we will practice integrating the principles with a pranayama and simple, home friendly restorative practice.
Pre-registration is recommended; workshop size will be limited.
*Important information about live streamed events:
✓ You must pre-register at least 60 minutes in advance of the workshop start.
✓ Registered participants will be emailed a Zoom link and password ~45 minutes prior to the event start.
✓ Ensure that your email on file with us is current, so that you can receive the link!
Please plan mindfully: Refunds of 90% are granted up to 5 days prior to the workshop start; after which, no refunds are given.
About the instructor: Kate Bailey
Kate Bailey has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and has 15 years of experience teaching movement therapies such as Pilates and Yoga. Her physical therapy practice focuses on pelvic health for adults and children at Flow Rehab in Fremont. At Flow Kate has also designed semi-private physical therapy informed classes ranging from restorative to vinyasa to yoga for pelvic pain. Prior to moving to Seattle, Kate held a private practice in New York City teaching yoga, pilates, functional training and aquatic therapy. She has been faculty for Sarah Clark’s Interconnected Yoga Teacher Training in San Diego, and Elena Brower’s Art of Attention Teacher Training in New York City. Kate’s classes are alignment-based vinyasa classes with strong influences from the Iyengar tradition, Franklin Method, Pilates and physical therapy.