Theme: Sthira and Sukha
What does a workshop like?
10:00 am: We start the day with two hours of asanas. Because of the greater amount of time (twice as a normal lesson) we extended series of postures gain sthira and Skha.
Sthira, can mean “firm, compact, strong, steadfast, static, resolute, and courageous”; etymologically it arises from the root stha, which means “to stand, to be firm, to take a stand.”
The yoga term sukha means “happy, good, joyful, delightful, easy, agreeable, gentle, mild, and virtuous.” The literal meaning is “good space,” from the root words su (good) and kha (space).
12.00 pm: we enjoy a cup of tea and dates or other delicacy.
12:15 pm: The the last three quarters of yoga workshop we dedicate to pranayama (breathing exercises) to prosecute then relax and re-energize the day.
Iyoga weekendworkshop van 3 uur
27 januari 10.00 uur – 13.00 uur
17 maart 10.00 uur – 13.00 uur
23 juni 10.00 uur – 13.00 uur
08 september 10.00 uur – 13.00 uur
10 november 10.00 uur – 13.00 uur
Per workshop €35. Studenten €25
What is an asana ?
An asana is translated as “attitude .”
The word is derived from the Sanskrit root “AS” which means stay – sit – or remain in a certain way.
Patanjali Yoga Sutra describes the two main qualities of an asana namely .