Donation 🌿Workshop: Deep Body - Deep Breath: Asana Prep for Breath Work

Start
16:00
Duration
90 mins
Date
Feb 28
Availability
Available

Live stream session

It makes a huge difference to our meditation practice if we first open our body correctly and establish proper breath.



This experiential fact is fairly unknown and often disregarded. Mr. B.K.S. Iyengar always said that Yoga Asana practice is crucial for meditation. "How could we meditate without a body?" he used to ask.



In this workshop, we will learn how to:

  • Practice an effective and clever series of asanas in order to open/prep your body.
  • Learn to establish major spaces within the body for the breath to abide.
  • Discover new depths of respiration. The right kind of breath is effortless and ever so smooth.



Breathing in this way, we may find a kind of effortlessness where it's not really clear if we are doing the breathing or if it is being done.



Join Jacco on this special afternoon Introduction workshop. Or else, join Jacco's next Workshop is on March 28, 16:00-17:30



Free / Donation Based



This Workshop is donation-based. If you have no means you are welcome to join for free, however, if you wish to support Jacco and our school you can give back based on your ability using this link: Make Your Donation Now



Jacco Martin

Instructor


How to join online

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Book this class with a membership or single class pass
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Check the instructions after confirmation on how to prepare for your online session
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The live stream link (URL) will be visible in your booking at least 20 minutes to the lesson
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Enjoy your session and have fun!

Your teacher

Jacco Martin

Instructor

Jacco is an ardent practitioner in Iyengar yoga with over 22 years of experience on the mat. He is a certified teacher since 2003 and maintains a thorough practice by weekly attending the advanced level class of his senior teacher.

In teaching he shows sensitivity, deep understanding of the process, playfulness and a good sense of humor. He keeps finding new ways to challenge his students into unexplored territory.