Stillness Through Inner Fire: The Tapas Sequence
An All-Levels Prana Vayu Workshop with
Saturday, November 11, 2005. 3:00 to 5:00pm
at Yoga Now: 617.947.9488 or http://www.yoga-now.com
[Sanskrit: tapa , tapas-, heat, austerity.] Tapas--- one of the five niyamas (or practices) identified in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali as a means to cleanse the body and bring balance to the mind.
PranaVayu Yoga is characterized by graceful and holistic flows that unify the breath, body, and mind. The PranaVayu Tapas series is the second of five PranaVayu sequences designed to propel you to the next level of your practice.
This workshop will utilize the burning heat of tapas to purify and release toxins and tense muscles in preparation for more advanced postures and deeper states of mental focus. This sequence emphasizes flexibility in the quadriceps, hips, and back by integrating traditional hatha yoga asanas, unique postural variations, and PranaVayu set-training methods.
PranaVayu yoga classes are fun and challenging, but ultimately instill a sense of calm--- bringing you back to center, back to your breath, and leaving you open to experience life with a renewed sense of curiosity.
$35. for current Yoga Now students credit cards or PayPal accepted
$40 for others credit cards or PayPal accepted
About David Magone
David Magone is a dynamic Yoga teacher and the founder of PranaVayu Yoga, a style which integrates creative expression and efficiency of motion with meditation. Since its inception PranaVayu Yoga has become a cutting edge practice for serious practitioners worldwide. David has been featured in numerous publications including the Boston Globe and Dharma Crafts magazine and was most recently awarded the Best of Boston award by Boston Magazine in July 2006. Learn more about David and the practice of PranaVayu yoga here.