Evening Intro To Mysore Ashtanga
Jois ENCINITAS, 613 Westlake Street [Map] Encinitas, CA 92024 U.S.A. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Workshop fee: $150
Evening Intro to Mysore Ashtanga
October 16 – November 8, 2017
Four weeks, Mondays and Wednesdays, 7-8 pm. Register online; teacher contact is Julie (Juliet@joisyoga.com)
This is in introductory course to the foundational aspects of Ashtanga Yoga. Students new to Ashtanga Yoga will be equipped with the essential aspects of Ashtanga necessary to begin a lifelong yoga practice.
You will be taught all the important aspects of the Ashtanga Mysore practice including posture, breathing, gazing, vinyasa and bandhas, beginning with Sun Salutations in the first class and progressing through the beginning of the Primary Series sequence. Each participant is taught in a manner appropriate to their capacity. This four-week course covers the essential elements of Ashtanga Yoga with led, workshop-style classes as well as Mysore classes, giving you detailed instruction in the Mysore style environment. This course will equip you with the foundation you need to join Jois Yoga’s Mysore program.
The first two weeks will introduce the essential elements of Ashtanga Yoga explained in simple terms. Each sessions also includes a 45 minute guided on-the-mat-practice, introducing yoga postures that are the foundation for Ashtanga yoga. Subsequent classes will build on what you have learned, include detailed instruction of all elements of the Ashtanga practice as well as new materials, and transition you to the traditional format of a Mysore style practice.
The course meets eight times over four weeks for approximately one hour per lesson. In addition, the course fee includes all evening Mysore classes from Sunday to Friday for one month and students are encouraged to attend extra classes as part of the learning process.
The course will be taught by Julie Trepkau, Authorized to teach Ashtanga by KPJAYI in Mysore, India (kpjayi.org.)
About The Teacher
Julie Choi Trepkau
Julie’s love of movement began with dance lessons at age 4, and her first encounter with yoga was in 1992 as a student of art history at Columbia University in New York City. After completing an MSc at The London School of Economics and Political Science, she moved to Hong Kong to put her degrees…