Venue: Ashtanga Yoga Malmö
We are happy and honoured to welcome experienced Ashtanga Yoga teacher and practitioner Tim Feldmann to our shala in Malmö. Due to the Covid19 pandemic and other unforeseen events we had to postpone his 2020 visit. But we are now delighted to be organising the workshop in August 2021on the weekend of 20th-22nd instead .
Tim will share with us not only his great energy and humour, but also his long time experience of the Ashtanga yoga method and deep knowledge in anatomy and mechanics of movement from his time as a professional dancer. Join us for this inspiring weekend workshop - you find the detailed program and more info about Tim below (scroll down the page).
The workshop will be held in English and we will limit the number of participants according to the Public Health Authority restrictions and Covid-19 safety measures will be in place. Timings for morning Mysore class may therefore have to be altered to accommodate the rules.
Dates: Friday 20 August to Sunday 22 August 2021
Full workshop: 2100SEK
Single day: 900SEK
Single class: 500SEK
To register: email us (participants who sign up for the full workshop will have priority)
* All bookings are binding and non-refundable. You may transfer your spot to someone else; in case there's a waiting list the place goes to the first person on the list.
Tim is the co-founder and captain of the world-wide recognized Miami Life Center which he runs with his wife Kino MacGregor. He has practiced yoga since 1994 and Ashtanga Since 1999. Authorized to teach directly by Pattabhi and Sharath Jois, he explores core concepts and modern boundaries of Patanjali’s yoga teachings alike. A practitioner of Ashtanga Yoga’s Advanced A Series Tim is dedicated to Ashtanga’s traditional method. Drawing upon his past as an internationally successful dancer and acclaimed choreographer, anatomy, alignment and technique is his second nature. Tim has been pursuing in-depth studies of Patanjali, Sankhya and Vedanta over the past 7 years with Vidwan Nagaraja Rao, Jayashree & Narasimha and other exceptional scholars in India. Cherished worldwide for his fun, disciplined and detailed pursuit of authentic yoga and his compassionately effective touch, Tim travels to yoga shalas around the globe with the inclusive message of how study, steadiness and devotion is the means to powerful transformation both inside and outside of us. For more info please visit www.timfeldmann.com
FRIDAY 20 AUGUST
17-19 Integrating Breath and Bandhas in Your Asana Practice
In this first session with Tim you will locate your internal locks and drop into your breath to free your practice. Pattabhi Jois used to say, “the Ashtanga practice is a breathing practice – the rest is just bending!”. You will establish yourself firmly in the foundations of breath with a clear physical understanding of the use of the inner body bandhas. You will learn simple breathing to help your body find deep support and true strength, for your mind to settle into one-pointed focus and to free your body. Experience how this ancient tradition holds many life lessons. All levels welcome.
We end the evening with a short Question& Answer with Tim. Bring your questions!
SATURDAY 21 AUGUST
08.00– 10.30 Mysore Style class
Named after the city where Krishnamacharya and Pattabhi Jois developed their yoga method, this is the classic way Ashtanga Yoga is taught. A melting pot of yoga practitioners of all levels from beginner to advanced, this class sets out to offer personalised guidance to every practitioner exactly where you need it most. Build a relationship with yourself, your practice and your teacher in this inspiring energy.
13-15.30 Gateway Postures of The Primary Series
(Bhujapidasana, Kurmasana, Supta Kurmasana)
The Primary Series, Yoga Chikitsa, is meant to heal and strengthen our body and mind, preparing us for a deeper and more subtle asana exploration in the Intermediate Series, Nadi Shodana. But sometimes we get stuck! The leg just won’t go where we want it to go or our knees, wrists or shoulders seems more achy than happy when attempting the higher notes of this series, also called the 'Gateway Postures' as they serve as indicators that our body has grown ready for a next level. But what to do when we can’t find our body molding those fancy shapes? This workshop addresses that issue by focusing on technique, proper alignment and anatomical insights that will help you understand how your body moves and how to progress to the next level of your aptitude. We set up for a detailed experience of these difficult gateway postures, slowly peeling the layers that obstruct our view and motion required to find the freedom and power of this yoga method. All levels of practitioners are welcome.
SUNDAY 22 AUGUST
08.00– 10.30 Mysore Style class
Named after the city where Krishnamacharya and Pattabhi Jois developed their yoga method, this is is the classic way Ashtanga Yoga is taught. A melting pot of yoga practitioners of all levels from beginner to advanced, this class sets out to offer personalized guidance to every practitioner at exactly where you need it most. Build relationship with yourself, your practice and your teacher in this inspiring energy.
13.00 – 15.30 Inversions, Headstands & Arm Balances
In this workshop you will learn practical tools to turn upside down with stability, tranquillity and grace. You will gain a thorough understanding of the anatomical patterns at play in your body while inverted. Detailing the shoulder mechanics helps you integrate your arms, spine, rib-cage and hip to create a solid platform for accessible and pleasurable inversions whether on your head, hands or elbows. We will play with simple to advanced asanas. All levels of practitioners are welcome.
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