NADI SHODANA – The Pranayama & The Intermediate Series

ASHTANGA YOGA & PRANAYAMA WORKSHOP with KIA NADDERMIER Paris, September 19-20, 2015

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NADI SHODANA – The Pranayama & The Intermediate Series

Principles, Practice, Philosophy and Adjustments

Nadi Shodana Intermediate Series – principles, practice and adjustments

Saturday & Sunday 9.00-11.30

The Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga is known to balance the energy, gradually giving access to the central channel, Sushumna Nadi. It combines deep back-bending, twisting, hip-opening and balancing postures and is designed to awaken and strengthen our entire body and nervous system. We approach these challenging postures with intelligence, playfulness and awareness of both physical and energetic alignment principles. Over the weekend Kia will guide you on a journey beyond the external form of the postures towards internal understanding and energetic balance – enabling you to inform and inspire your practice regardless of your current level.

Please note: You do NOT need to be an Intermediate Series practitioner to attend. The workshop is open for all interested practitioners, except complete beginners to Ashtanga Yoga.

Nadi Shodana Pranayama – principles, practice and philosophy

Saturday & Sunday 15.00-16.30

Nadi Shodana means Purification of the Nadis and is considered to be a Kriya, a purification technique that balances and prepares the physical- and energetic pathways for yogic practices. It is a complete practice in its own right that lies at the very heart of Hatha Yoga. Kia will introduce us to some of the classical Kriyas and preparatory practices, creating an understanding for the technique and philosophy behind Nadi Shodana and the significance of breath in yogic practices.

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For registration and information please contact Lise: lise@mysoreyogaparis.com

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