August 8 – 10, 2016
Monday: 9 – 11:30 am and 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Tuesday: 7:30 – 9:30 am and 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Wednesday: 9 – 11:30 am and 1:30 – 3:30 pm
Join senior yoga teacher Arunji to use chairs and other props as instruments of study.
Part of the workshop will focus on the material in his new book: Experiment and Experience on the Chair. Arun always offers a well-balanced, challenging, deep, (sometimes restorative) and powerful class. He is very attentive to every student in the room.
Each session will be a complete experience, though the material will build as we progress through the three days. If you attend the entire workshop you will receive a full understanding of a wide spectrum of poses including standing poses, forward-folds, twists, inversions and backbends.
Come prepared to be surprised, to laugh, and to wake up with a true yoga teacher.
This is a multi-level workshop appropriate for students with 6 months of Iyengar yoga experience or more. Level 1 students and graduates of the Fundamentals program are encouraged to attend. Yoga teachers and serious students will learn new tools for exploration and inspiration.
Please register early. We will limit the class size.
$260 early bird special – register by July 20th
$295 regular rate for the entire workshop
$55 for two-hour sessions / $70 for 2.5-hour sessions
10% off regular rates for Adeline Yoga members
Please register early. Space will be limited! Question about how to register? Just email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Arun is the founder and principle instructor at the Prashant Yogashraya in Bangalore, India. He is a Senior teacher and direct disciple of BKS Iyengar, having practiced for nearly 40 years.
Arun is known for taking a personal interest in every student he encounters. He quickly develops a thorough understanding of each individual’s particular strengths and weaknesses, and skillfully guides students according to their capacities.
Arun’s students appreciate him for his ability to connect and teach from the heart, as well as for his quick-witted sense of humor. More details about Arun are found on his website: http://www.yogashraya.org/
“As I started teaching yoga, I saw different kinds of human bodies and thousands of complex minds; despite the apparent similarities between people I saw that each individual has very distinct needs.” – H.S. Arun