Iyengar Restorative Class
starts Sunday 24 march 2019 at 09:30
This class is taught in English.
This Iyengar Restorative class is treated apart from the regular Sunday 9:30 restorative term course. Beata originally cancelled this date, so it was not included in the registration fee of term students. Beata can now teach on this date, so it will be taught as a separate class and is open to all.
No credits accepted as payment for this class.
You may receive a credit if you cancel this reservation by email up to 24 hours in advance of the class. The credit is valid until the end of the term.
Style: Iyengar Restorative
This methodology comes from the lineage of BKS Iyengar. It uses props, like blankets, cushions, cork bricks and cloth or elastic bands to mitigate chronic stresses within the body and facilitate the release of deeply-held tensions. Postures are held passively and comfortably for extended periods and include simple forward bends, supported backbends and inversions, gentle twists and more. The student is better able to focus within and breathe in his/her natural rhythm. It induces a calm, restorative state of mind. Go to the Iyengar Restorative page.
Teacher: Beata Gerbredere
With 14 years teaching experience of Iyengar Yoga, Beata was first introduced to it at the age of 17. She studied with Faeq Biria, director of Centre de Yoga Iyengar, Paris. Asana practice under his guidance was physically challenging but brought her happiness and light. She received her 3-year 500-hour Iyengar certification in 2003 and has taught courses and led workshops in Latvia for beginners and advanced students ever since. To better understand body mechanics, she became a physical therapist. With pregnancy and kids, her personal practice has become more restorative, and she appreciates the restrictions that others face when starting yoga. She is very happy to share her knowledge and experience with others. Go to Beata's page.
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