In this workshop, will look at the importance and subtleties of approaching poses from the ground up. Simple actions, and deeper awareness of subtle movements can have a profound effect on our practice. Taking the time to discover these internal shifts can be especially useful in the recovery or preventing of injury, working with areas of weakness or patterns of compensation, and creating more effective, conscious movements in our daily practice.
Date & Time Easter Sunday 21 April | 14.00-16.30 Price €39 | €35 infinity members Location St Janshovenstraat 1
Originally from Colorado, Sonja Radvila has been a daily practitioner of Ashtanga yoga for over fifteen years and teaching since 2008. She is authorized to share this method as a Level 2 instructor by the KPJAYI, in Mysore, India and teaches internationally. She returns regularly to learn from the source of this practice and is grateful to share what she has learned from all her teachers, her own ups and downs with practice, and the many students who have shown her the way.
Sonja is also trained in Indian classical dance, founder and maker of Rasa Malas jewelry, and author of Young Yogi and the Mind Monsters, a version of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras through the eyes of a child, which will be published in 2019.