Workshop with Peentz

 

“Effort and Surrender”;  A Workshop with Peentz Dubble
For Teachers, Aspiring Teachers, and Seasoned Students

All yoga styles welcome!

Sutra 2.47“Perfection in an asana is achieved when the effort to perform it becomes effortless and the infinite being within is reached.”  B.K.S. Iyengar
Once we have learned the basic mechanics of Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow Pose), how do we move beyond “brute force” effort, to begin to taste the “effortless effort” of which Patanjali speaks in Sutra 2.47? 
In this workshop, you will refine your discrimination in order to explore the nuances of “effort” as well as refine your relationship to “surrender”.  HOW we practice is as important as WHAT we practice.  And discriminately choosing what NOT to practice opens the door to deep change and transformation.

(*Students should be able to practice all inversions as well as backbends).


Restorative Gentle
Class

Starts November

 

Supported postures intended to introduce principles of intelligent action and alignment of posture whilst ensuring that students have the support of props needed to practice the pose to capacity.  Learn how to alleviate pain with passive postures that release muscular and mental tension, increase circulation and decrease inflammation. All levels of students and drop-ins welcome.


*New* Care Class Series

 

Recuperative poses to aid the injury repair and reduce inflammation.
Use of manual adjustments and weights to heal and bring blood supply to injured areas.
Home practice tips for helping stay safe and injury free at home.  
 
Students MUST book the four classes available in the series to attend.
Make up classes will be offered for those who have to miss a class.


Yoga First

Mon 9:30a, Tue 6:30p & Thu 10a

 

For the anyone who has not been on the mat before, this is a great introduction to the Iyengar method and step by step instruction given on the fundamentals of alignment. On completion of this twelve week course will get you acquainted with the nuts and bolts of yoga, build a firm foundation of the pose, starting a home practice and by the end of the course be able to invert in Salamba Sarvangasana (shoulder stand)


Level I

Tue 9:30a

 

Suitable for beginners and improvers, this class if perfect for students new to Iyengar yoga or students looking to build a stronger foundations in their practice. Expect strength building and moving beyond foundation gaining deeper understanding of the work in the pose. Focus will be on strong standing poses, seated poses and more emphasis on inversions. By the end of this course you should be looking to have solidified a home practice and be able to hold Salamba Sarvangasana for several minutes and toward to Salamba Sirsasana (head balance).


*Level I/II

Thu 6.30p
From Sept 1st

 

This level focuses expanding & moving forward from the strong foundation to develop their asana practice to more sophisticated and subted levels. Students are encouraged to keep a regular home practice so that they gain a deeper understanding of refinements taught in class.  Keeping firmly grounded and exploration of more complex versions of asana you have become acquainted with and discovery of more.


Friday $5

Fri* 10:15 & 11:45a

 

This is a general class where you can find out what you're made of and if we fit what you want. Two classes run back to back on Friday morning/early afternoon. Come and join us

 

General

Sat & Sun 10a

 

This is a multi-level class is for well practiced students at Levels I & II. Knowledge & practice of inversions and/or alternative, supplemental postures are required. 


Level II

Mon 6:30p

 

This class is for well practiced students at Levels I & II. Knowledge & practice of inversions and/or alternative, supplemental postures are required.


Level III

Tue 11:30a
From Sept 1st

 

For intermediate and advanced students, looking to increase their depth of understanding in practice of asana & pranayama. Classes are 2 hours long.