Greg Nardi Cornwall Yoga Workshops

Greg Nardi Cornwall Yoga & Philosophy Workshops

28th – 29th & 30th September

Yoga beyond Asana

Friday 28th September 6 – 8pm

This workshop will explore concepts from the Upanishads that shape the eastern worldview. This paradigm is the contextual framework out of which yoga is born. As a modern yoga practitioner, you will be able to fit contemporary yoga practice into an ancient wisdom tradition. We will explore yogic theories and concepts such as conditioned living, the causes of suffering, the means of liberation, and the purpose of life. Come with an open mind, and you will leave inspired.

 

Essential Ashtanga

Saturday 29th September 10:30am – 12:30pm

Through practice and discussion, in this workshop we will explore the interconnectedness of the whole body. This workshop is sophisticated enough for all level of practitioner to benefit. We will focus on awareness and understanding to find grace, rather than physical vigor. This will create the context for your effort in daily practice to bear the most fruit.

 

An historical overview of Indian thought from the Vedas to Modern Yoga

Saturday 29th September 2pm – 4pm

Indian thought has developed over the course of thousands of years. It is in the midst of a modern renaissance and cultural exchange in the west. This workshop will help you to see how yoga has developed and changed throughout its long history to create the diversity of techniques we see represented today in both the east and the west. You will see the different developments that led to variety in yogic styles and literature, as well as the common points that indicate authenticity in the midst of this diversity.

 

Core, jumping back and jumping through

Sunday 30th September 9:30 – 11:30

Core, jumping back and jumping through: We will explore how to utilize the full strength of the torso and bandhas to support our body weight. This will facilitate the smooth transition of energy necessary for graceful jump backs and jump throughs. We will also explore the spine as a smooth chain for the rolling poses in the second half of primary series.

Greg Nardi

Greg Nardi has studied yoga and eastern healing arts extensively since 1996. Since 1999 he has studied at the KPJ Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, South India.

In 2004, Greg was authorized to teach by, Pattabhi Jois. In 2009, at the age of 94, Pattabhi Jois passed away leaving behind a legacy that has touched countless lives around the world. Shortly after Jois’s passing, Greg attended an authorization level 2 training course in Mysore with Sharath Jois. Greg is committed to honoring his teachers by spreading the ashtanga method, which has been such a blessing in his life.

He is an internationally renowned teacher of workshops in Yoga asana and philosophy. He and his husband Juan Carlos founded Ashtanga Yoga Worldwide a Yoga shala in Fort Lauderdale, Fl. in the United States.

He is an autodidact who perpetually studies Sanskrit chanting and Indian philosophy. He counts Georg Feuerstein, Dr. M.A. Jayashree, Narasimha, and Vyass Houston amongst his influences in this field. He teaches yoga philosophy and Sanskrit mantra chanting as a faculty member of John Scott Yoga.

Greg’s view on yoga respects the Indian roots of the Yoga tradition and the parampara method of transmission while making these traditions intelligible to the western practitioner. His style of teaching assists students in finding the approach to the practice that is most beneficial for them.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a form of Hatha Yoga that uses a powerful sequence of postures combined
with breath to create an internal heat that opens the muscles and purifies the body. Ashtanga
Yoga is an ancient systematic practice of yoga that slowly builds in difficulty to allow students
to safely access their full potential. Focus on breath, balance, and energy allows students to
bring all their attention to the flow of postures in moving meditation. Ashtanga yoga is a
rigorous, physically demanding practice.

Suitable for people with a regular yoga practice and having experience in Ashtanga Yoga.

 

If you have any questions please contact us on 01872 572620 or email info@limehouseyoga.com

Friday  28th September
Yoga Beyond Asana

6-8pm


Saturday  29th September

Essential Ashtanga
10:30am – 12:30pm

Lunch
12:30-2pm

An historical overview of Indian thought from the Vedas to Modern Yoga
2-4pm


Sunday 30th September
Core jumping back and jumping through

9:30-11:30am


Friday & Sunday Workshops: £25
Saturday Workshop: £60
– includes lunch


Book all four Workshops £95



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