Workshops & Retreats
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2018 Weekend Workshops
February 2-4th, Iyengar Yoga Burlington VT
March 9-11, (Home !) Intensive at North Woods Yoga in Petoskey
April 20-22nd Evanston, ILL the Yoga Tree
May 4-6th Grand Rapids, The Yoga Studio. Download flyer.
June 8-10 Intensive at North Woods Yoga
March 9-11, 2018
Studying yoga in a format of longer classes and focused topics can bring the power of practice to a new fruition. The longer time frame allows for more time to work and absorb, and more time to restore and relax afterward. These current offerings will take place at the North Woods Yoga studio, well equipped with a rope wall and many of the special props that B.K.S Iyengar designed.
These classes can be taken singly or as a whole weekend workshop.
1-4:00 PM Teacher training
4:30-5:15 PM Philosophy Primer, The Basic Vocabulary (free)
5:30-7:30 PM Foundational Asanas
7:30-8:30 AM Pranayama
9:00 AM-12:00 PM The Fire Within, Accessing Potential Energy with Backbends
2:30-4 00 PM Exploring the Roots of the Yogic Philosophy
4:00-6:00 PM Yoga for Emotional Stability, The Quiet Power of Supported Inversions
8:30 Coffee , Tea
9-11:00AM Vinyasa Yoga in the Iyengar Tradition
11:00 AM-3:30 PM Teacher Training
Download the flyer for more information and printable registration form.
Why should you practice Yoga?
"To kindle the divine fire within yourself. Everyone has a dormant spark of divinity in themselves which has to be fanned into flame.”
Teaching since 1982, Mary has been devoted to yoga and to the Iyengar tradition for over three decades. Mary has studied at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial institute in Pune India many times, most recently in February of this year. Mary credits this type of immersion study with enabling her to access the depth and clarity of yoga, and for helping her to guide her students to uncover it as well. Mary is certified at the senior I level and also serves the national Iyengar community as the current Certification Chair. Mary has been offering Iyengar yoga retreats in northern Michigan for 18 years.
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