Workshop Form & Function Yoga Intensive

Noah Mazé - Los Angeles, CA
April 25-26 2020

Join internationally acclaimed yoga teacher, Noah Maze, this April, for a special 2 day asana and yoga intensive, at Radha Yoga in Los Angeles. This yoga intensive will boost your practice and sharpen your yoga practice and yoga teaching skills.

These vinyasa classes will take you on an integrated journey of thoughtful inquiry (mind), courageous engagement (heart), and experiential embodiment (body).

Full Spectrum Life: Yoga mimics life.
And life is full of ups and downs and twists and turns and the invitation to be your greatest self throughout. In this full spectrum sequence you will do a bit of everything; sun salutations, standing poses, forward bolds, back extensions, twists, inversions and meditation. You will build strength while you exercise the full range of mobility in your body. This class will feature step-by-step sequencing, clear instructions, attention to alignment and stages appropriate for all yogis of all levels.

Form, Function & Flow: Demystifying Vinyasa
For vinyasa yogis (and teachers of vinyasa) of all levels, this workshop will expand your understanding of vinyasa yoga, breath based movement, bandhas, linked poses and sequencing strategies. The morning session will dive deeply into all things vinyasa with a strong vinyasa workshop. The afternoon will dive deeply into pose analysis and improvement, vinyasa theory and organizing principles, vinyasa sequencing and how to skillfully balance pose alignment and vinyasa choreography, dynamic pace, rhythm and breath awareness. You will acquire knowledge and many relevant and practical tools and techniques to implement into your practice (and teaching). Please bring a towel and a notebook.

The Yoga of Floating
When you create a sense of fun and lightness in your practice, when you allow yourself room to stretch to your edge and play and fall — you expand the energy of joy into all areas of your life, from your mat to your relationships to your work and beyond. This all levels yoga workshop is for yogis who particularly enjoy the arm balances and inversions that teachers sometimes weave into class, and who seek new levels of mindfulness and experience both in poses and the spaces between them. We will dive deeper into the trickier elements of inverting: handstand pressing, floating in sun salutations, transitioning in and out of arm balances, with skills and techniques to take home and work with for months to come. Together, we will explore foundational know-how and outline building blocks for handstanding and arm balancing in the middle of a flow. We will have tons of fun while we also practice the art of not taking ourselves too seriously. Our learning will be helpful for yogis who are working toward holding a handstand in the middle of the room. Even if you’re not looking to add a full-on handstand to your practice, this class will help you to add just the right amount of spice, without sacrificing safety or sound alignment. Prerequisites: familiarity with sun salutations and a willingness to play with your experience upside-down.

About Workshops with Noah Mazé

Noah teaches yoga workshops all over the world. This program is for dedicated yoga students who want to take some extra time to explore postures in a meaningful, refined, methodical way and learn practical strategies for building strength, flexibility and focus. Noah will provide the attention you need to help you achieve your personal goals in your physical yoga/asana practice.

Morning asana sessions tend to be upbeat, with an emphasis on standing postures, backbends, arm balances and/or vinyasa flow. We turn inward as the sun wanes to forward bends, inversions and restorative postures. Students can expect to leave this program with a deeper, more expansive practice, and know how best to grow your yoga practice in the context of her/his own limits and boundaries.

About Workshops with Noah Mazé

Noah teaches yoga workshops all over the world. This program is for dedicated yoga students who want to take some extra time to explore postures in a meaningful, refined, methodical way and learn practical strategies for building strength, flexibility and focus. Noah will provide the attention you need to help you achieve your personal goals in your physical yoga/asana practice.

Morning asana sessions tend to be upbeat, with an emphasis on standing postures, backbends, arm balances and/or vinyasa flow. We turn inward as the sun wanes to forward bends, inversions and restorative postures. Students can expect to leave this program with a deeper, more expansive practice, and know how best to grow your yoga practice in the context of her/his own limits and boundaries.

Dates

April 25-26 2020

 

TIMES

SATURDAY April 25, 2020
10am-11:30 am Full Spectrum Life: Yoga mimics life
12:30-3:30 Form, Function & Flow: Demystifying Vinyasa

SUNDAY April 26, 2020
10am-12pm The Yoga of Floating

morning asana session 55 by April 1, 65 after
Saturday Afternoon Session 75 b y April 1, $90 after
2 asana sessions: 95 by April 1 and 110 after
All 3 sessions: $165 by April 1, $190 after

Radha Yoga LA
2525 W Washington Blvd. Unit 201 (2nd floor)
Los Angeles, CA 90018
radhayogala@gmail.com
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  • 1 year of yoga practice recommended
  • No prior teaching experience required
  • Stiffness and injuries OK
  • Willingness to participate in a group process
  • Ability to give and receive feedback skillfully
  • Dedication, motivation and self directed studentship

For more information about the program or the curriculum contact Tracy:
Email: yogamaze@icloud.com
Phone: (310) 871-8808