Budokon yoga is both a mentally and physically challenging practise.
This workshop is aimed at practitioners wanting to learn the primary series and is beginner friendly.
We will be walking through the practise as well as looking at some of the challenges faced by beginners both mental and physical.
No injured bodies please.
One of the philosophies of the practise is centred around the concept of the warrior and the yogi, both aspects of self, the one that fights and the one that wait/surrenders. When we face both these aspects of self there is some balance and peace that can be found from the practise.
Date: 09 October 2021
Limited to 10 people. Booking is essential.
Quoted from the website:
“This series consists of 7 intelligently assembled sections of slow and controlled movements designed to improve mobility, agility, flexibility and strength. The techniques are learned through repetition and precision, the emphasis being on the transitions from posture to posture, rather than the holding of postures. The purpose of this class is to gain muscular strength, cardiovascular stamina, and joint mobility. “
Read more about the practise here: http://budokon.com/what-is-yoga