Do wonder how to start to fly in crow? What is parsva bakasana? One-legged what?
- Parsva Bakasana
Join Siobhan in Arlington THIS Saturday, July 26th, from 5-7p for a heated practice where she will break down he mysteries of flying in:
- Bakasana (crow)
- Parsva Bakasana (side crow)
- Galavasana (flying crow)
- Eka Pada Bakasana (one-legged crow)
- Crow flying? Then learn how to transition to tri-pod headstand and back
- Your Parsva Bakasana already taking off? Then learn the steps to take it to chatturanga and tri-pod headstad
This workshop is geared for those who want to learn how to work into these poses and if you already know some then Siobhan will work with you to take them deeper and play in new ways. Since we will spend a lot of time on our hands this workshop is not a good fit for beginners.
“Siobhan’s knowledge of the subject matter was eclipsed only by her enthusiasm for the practice. The workshop was the perfect combination of challenging and fun.” – workshop participant
One of the primary purposes of studying the Yoga Sutras is to healthfully question the way we go about our daily lives and interact with the world around us. According to Patanjali, the asana practice is but one part of a rounded, holistic approach to life. Join us on Saturday August 16th 5-7p at our Arlington location for a discussion around the core concepts of the Sutras, such as the yamas and niyamas, and finding focus for mindful meditation, or samyama. A practice that embraces the range of Patanjali’s collection of aphorisms will follow. Feel free to bring a journal for meditation and reflection. All levels of experience and practice are welcome!
You can sign-up in advance online here. Hope to see you all there!
Meatless Monday – Creamy Vegan Caesar Salad With Gluten Free Croutons
Satisfy your Caesar salad craving with this egg-free version!
See the full recipe here: http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-14489/creamy-vegan-caesar-salad-with-gluten-free-croutons.html
Join Kimberly Wilson, author of three books and an avid blogger since 2004.
Friday, July 25 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
at Tranquil Space Dupont Circle
Explore links between writing and yoga, practice poses to help your writing flow, and indulge in reflective guided writing. Learn various writing tools, the path to publication, along with ways to get started as a blogger. Leave inspired with a writing action plan. Be dressed to practice, and bring paper, pen, and a non-judgmental mind for our writing together.
Suitable for the newbie, curious, and the publisher author. To sign up, see the Tranquil Space event webscheduler here.