Delighted to have just found out that I will be in one of the most beautiful countries; at a place with the most amazing food; and also humbled to be teaching yoga in place of one of the most dedicated and sincere teachers;
Bali, Indonesia ~ at Seeds of Life Raw food Cafe, Ubud (for Iain Grysak while he's away in Mysore)
This will be for four months from September 27th 2015 until Febrary the 5th 2016
If you are curious, and you've never practiced yoga this way before I really encourage you to come. It is how I learned and continue to learn. It's the most rewarding and transformative way of practicing yoga; step by step, at your own pace, moving to the rhythm of your own breath. It is so empowering to have your own yoga practice to take away with you
and so rewarding for me to see people empowered. Needles to say, I love teaching this way
If you have practiced yoga with me before and have been thinking of coming, book your flights ~ I will look forward to seeing you again and happy to help with accommodation arrangements etc. There is an abundance of places to stay for all budgets and plenty of amazing food choices to choose from as well as beautiful surroundings and things to do/buy in Ubud
My main aim in the teaching of yoga practices is to facilitate growth by dropping any expectations to the outcome and allowing transformation to take place. Accepting our selves in this moment is our greatest gift, and a profound vehicle for true transformation. Radiant health and balance arise as a foundation, and then spiritual evolution can occur.
I use the ashtanga system as a framework to introduce alignment and body awareness, working on building a strong foundation by literally finding our feet and connection with the earth. Strength comes from working from the groundwork up and can result in a connected and healing experience.
Whether new to Yoga, or at a level of maturity in Yoga practice; at a certain point, gaining some individual attention, especially if injuries are present will provide the answer to many questions. Popping into general classes can be fun, but it's important to have some focus periods with a teacher in order to delve deeper...progressively building on what you learn, for a deeper, richer more integrated experience. One that can be sustained over a lifetime, or longer…