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September 8th, 2012

Modern Yoga Movement / October 27, 2012 – Rainbow Temple, Edogawa

Modern Yoga Movement WS @ Rainbow Temple

“モダン ヨガ ムーブメント 〜アサナの練習を深めるためのダイナミックアプローチ”開催決定!
呼吸のリズムにのって Miles先生の優しさに包まれて



■日時: 10/27(土)13:30~15:30 ※13:00受付開始
■参加費: 4000円 ※RT会員限定(当日入会可 別途1000円必要)
■定員: 16名 ※予約制先着順
■持ち物: マット&動きやすい服装




Some people approach yoga as a well-balanced and holistic way to exercise, be healthy, and find peace of mind. Others may relate to it as a spiritual path, a lifestyle that brings us to the goal of experiencing our naturally enlightened state. Regardless of the reason or the belief, working with the body, the breath and the energy that animates all life gives great benefit to each of us and the way we function in the world. The more expanded the facilities of our bodies and mind, the greater the results in our health, wealth, creativity, relationships and well-being.

The contemporary form of yoga which we find in most studios today borrows from a variety of traditions including Indian wrestling and British gymnastics. And its continued evolution has accelerated tremendously as we understand the human body through other systems like massage/body work, physical therapy, high-performance training, martial arts and dance. Some very important modern influence come from people who through rehabilitating injuries have designed systems that take movement methodology one step further (like Pilates and GYROKINESIS). And much like the master teachers who have developed the yoga systems of today, we can evolve our practice and make it more personal by integrating this valuable knowledge and experience we are constantly discovering about the human body.

In this workshop we will explore some of the techniques as they have been developed in the GYROKINESIS system as taught by creator Juliu Horvath. We will learn three key elements to dynamic movement, practice asana for healthy joints and spine, as well as learn how to integrate these modern techniques in our yoga practice. This approach can greatly expand the scope of our practice, help us find our greatest movement potential, and breathe creativity and new life into all areas of our lives. It is a perfect workshop for beginning yoga students and can open new doors for those with well developed movement capacities and experience.

Japanese translation provided by Sawano Takano.

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