PRACTICE & REVIEW SESSIONS
(For current Isha Hatha practicioners)
ONE TIME REVIEW SESSION
(7 SPOTS ONLY)
If you have stopped your Isha Hatha Yoga practice or need a recap before you resume, this one time session is for you. What this session includes:
- Quick review of practice with demonstration.
- Recap of corrections with demonstration.
- Guided cycle of practice.
Session will last anywhere from 2.5 hours to 3.5 hours depending on the practice.
If you have discontinued the practice for a prolonged period and are unable to recollect most of it, it is the teacher's discretion to ask you to relearn the practice by attending a full workshop. This is in your best interest.
Surya Kriya Review
01/31 (Fri) - 6 to 9 pm
02/7 (Fri) - 6 to 9:30 pm
02/15 (Sat) - 8 to 11:45 am
WEEKLY PRACTICE SESSIONS
(7 spots ONLY)
The Hatha Yoga workshops equip you with all the tools needed to do the Isha Hatha Yoga practices on your own whenever, wherever possible. But many individuals require a dedicated time and place where they can come together as a group and do the practices. As a result of many requests that have come in, we will now be opening up our space for morning Sadhana sessions from 6:30 to 8 am. For one mandala i.e. 40 days - commit to once a week practice in the Sadhana space and the remaining 6 days of the week, you can do this on your own. Depending on time available, certain guided meditation maybe offered. This will help you to firmly establish a schedule to continue this on your own.
Note: There will be no recap or demonstration of practices in this session. A few individual corrections maybe offered but mostly these will be guided practices sessions. If you are not in touch with your practices, please attend a recap session (listed above) and then sign up for practice sessions.
These are especially helpful because :
For YOGASANAS practices this is an opportunity to hold the postures for a longer duration guided by a teacher.
For ANGAMARDANA, the postures are challenging and having a mandala commitment will help you stay motivated in a group.
For SURYA KRIYA, aspects of breathing are so subtle that people often miss this. Doing it in a group will firmly establish the correct way of doing the practice.