Gwi-Seok is back by popular demand – all the way from Detroit!
What’s with these Iyengar yogis and their rope walls? Why do we love them so much? What are the possibilities in asana when a rope is involved? See what a difference a rope wall can make in your practice.
1 – 3 pm Standing Poses and Inversions
4 – 6 pm Backbends
For students with at least 3 months Iyengar Yoga study.
Register to reserve your spot—space is limited for this special workshop.
Hong Gwi-Seok (Peggy) teaches Iyengar Yoga as a creative art form, a meditation, and a healing justice practice for ourselves and our communities. She lives in Detroit, Michigan, where she teaches beginning through advanced students, primarily at Iyengar Yoga Detroit. Certified at the Intermediate Junior III level, she also teaches prenatal and postnatal yoga, students with chronic issues and injuries, and mentors developing teachers. Practicing Iyengar Yoga since 1996 and teaching since 2001, she is honored to teach regionally, nationally, and internationally. She pays great debt and homage to her teachers, Laurie Blakeney, Lois Steinberg, the Iyengar family in Pune, India, and many Senior Teachers in the USA and India. Also a poet, dancer, and music-maker, she is committed to making the sacred art of Iyengar Yoga accessible to all. Her poems and essays can be read at Still in Sirsasana. Find her on Facebook at “Badass Yoga Nun.”