Join Michael for a series of special 2 hour class exploring and experimenting with schemas for practice that bring us towards prayatna shaitiliya, that state of effortless effort that is mentioned in Sutra II.47. How can the body, mind and breath become connected, associated, and kneaded together through our practice of asana? How can this help us explore what it might mean to be “undisturbed by dualities (Sutra II.48)”?
Inspired by the teachings of Prashant Iyengar, this series is recommended for students with at least 2 years of regular practice in the Iyengar tradition.
You can also save the date for a summer series with Michael: July 26, August 9 and 16.
Michael Lucey is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher at the Senior Intermediate 1 level. He holds the highest level of Iyengar Yoga certification in the East Bay. Michael stumbled into an Iyengar yoga class in England in 1982, while he was a student at Oxford University. From his very first class he has been fascinated by the many ways yoga can transform your relation to your body, mind, and breath. He has been fortunate to study with many senior teachers from around the United States and Europe. He has also made 11 trips to Pune, India to study directly with the Iyengar family at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute. His most recent trip was in December 2018. Michael is also a professor of Comparative Literature and French at the University of California, Berkeley, and served as President of the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States from 2014-2017. Visit Michael’s blog at assortedpracticalities.blogspot.com .