This weekend long intensive will teach you the nuances of a classical hatha yoga sequence.
To know the Self. To experience the precepts of Atman (individual soul) = Brahman (world soul) through the experience of the body in relation to asana.
Anandabhairava leads a set sequence of classical hatha yoga asanas, lasting 2 hours. Each asana is held between 3-5 minutes, with a savasana between them. Students find this sequence simultaneously basic and profoundly deep in their experience.
Anandabhairava and AnandAshvattha will guide students through the sequence each day.
The rest of our time together will consist of the following:
detailed pose studies of each asana
the history of this sequence
an hour of meditation/day
an hour of pranayama/day
satsang (a gathering and discussion of a group of people in search of Truth).
Friday 9/21 6-9pm
Saturday 9/22 10-6pm
Sunday 9/23 10-6pm
There will be a 1 hour lunch break on Saturday and Sunday. A sack lunch is recommended, as the Hummingbird Lodge is not located near any restaurants.
ANANDABHAIRAVA aka Steven Prestianni began studying under the guidance of Sadguru Sri Mahayogi Paramahamsa, founder of the Mahayogi Yoga Mission, in 1996 and has since taught at the Mahayogi Yoga Mission for 8 years; 6 years at the Kearny Correctional Facility with incarcerated women; 7 years for the Multiple Sclerosis Society with wheelchair bound, chair ability, and mat capable members; 6 years at the Earth School with primary school children; 5 year with AHRP for those mentally-handicapped, including training the staff at AHRP to work independent of his person; 14 years and running with a community class run by donation at the Sixth Street Community Center in the Lower East Side of New York City.
This weekend is a module of the Atha Yoga Immersion + Teacher Training. As it includes a guest instructor, we would like to extend an invitation to the greater yoga community in Missoula.
Investment: $295 for the entire weekend
please note: space is very limited. we have 5 remaining spots for this event.
To reserve a space, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .