This workshop is a great opportunity to deepen into your yoga practice and to approach different aspects and branches of yoga.
Each workshop is two hours long
First class runs from 10 am to 12 pm.
Second class runs from 2 pm to 4 pm
Each class is 1200 Baht or book both for 2000 Baht.
The morning on Saturday we will be focusing in the more physical-oriented part which is the asana (posture).
The practice will be based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa method primary and intermediate series. We will go through a fluid and dynamic sequence with some modifications so that we will get to work several arm-balances, back-bending and inversions.
Very recommended for those who want to gain some strength in the upper body and flexibility in the spine. A great opportunity to work out and improve your asana practice.
In the afternoon session, we will explore other branches of the practice of yoga, (as important as the asana!) like meditation (Dhyana) and breath-work (Pranayama). This is a subtle work for the energy body. We will learn some simple, yet very efficient practices that will increase your vitality, health and peace of mind.
There will be also some time for Q&A.
Very recommended to those who want to have a deeper understanding of the practice of yoga.
About the teacher Manuel Molina de la Torre:
Manuel is a dedicated yoga practitioner. He started practicing yoga in 2004 and it has become his way of life. He is a certified yoga teacher (RYT 200) since June 2014. He completed his yoga training from Samahita Retreat with Paul Dallaghan, Koh Samui, Thailand. He travelled to India in 2010 and spent two months studying at the KPJAYI and he has practised with some of the most notable names in the ‘Ashtanga world’. He teaches Ashtanga as well as other softer approaches to the practice of yoga-asana. In addition to yoga experience, Manuel have been involved a lot with nutrition, organic food, vegan and vegetarian food. He is a vegetarian cook and he spent the last seven years in yoga retreats involving in healthy cooking.