iyengar yoga workshop with uday bhosale
With great happiness, enthusiasm and gratefulness we are welcoming a first-time-coming guest teacher Uday Bhosale in Pula.
In past, Uday was Taekwando enthusiasts and from the time his teacher introduced him to Iyengar yoga he began learning directly from Guruji BKS Iyengar, Geeta and Prashant Iyengar. For 20 years in Pune he was learning, assisting in Therapy classes and teaching children classes. He was assisting on every Yoganushasanam convention in Pune. Uday was a member of the teachers’ contingent sent by the government of India to China on International Yoga day 2016 on behalf of RIMYI, Pune.
Just this May was busy for him assisting BKS Iyengars granddaughter Abhijata at Iyengar yoga National convention, then assisting one of the first students of BKS Iyengar Navaz Kamdin in Pranayama convention in UK and then he himself gave national convention in Belgium. On regular basis he is giving workshops and retreats in UK and in Europe.
Considering that Iyengar yoga is still young in Croatia, with his experience and expertise Uday is going to helps us deepen our understanding, so our future practice can develop in a healthy way.
We will be working on strengthening out legs that are the base of and for our body and that are caring us throughout our life.
Standing poses infuse the body with energy. They are invigorating. In the book Yoga the Iyengar Way by Silva, Shyam and Mira Mehta, the authors state that standing poses “refresh the body and mind by removing tension, aches and pains. They stimulate digestion, regulate the kidneys and relieve constipation. They improve circulation and breathing. The back, hips, knees, neck and shoulders all gain strength and mobility through practice”. I couldn’t say this any better myself so I have included this excerpt from their book.
We will be cultivating our body through asanas creating openness, extension and subtlety, necessary for pranayama practice.
“As long as there is breath in the body, there is life. When breath departs, so too does life. Therefore, regulate the breath.”
(Hath Yoga Pradipika – Ch.2: Š.3.)
And last but not least preparing to do and to stay in inverted poses.
“This creative struggle is experienced in the headstand: as we challenge ourselves to improve the position, fear of falling acts to inhibit us. If we are each, we fall, if timorous, we make no progress. But if the interplay of the two forces is observed, analyzed and controlled, we can achieve perfection.”
BKS Iyengar, Light on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
If you have any possibility, please try to attend this workshop. This kind of opportunities are not to be missed!
Friday 04.10. – 18:00 – 20:30
Saturday 05.10. – 10:00 – 12:30 and 15:00 – 17:30
Sunday 06.10 – 09:00 – 11:30 and 14:00 – 16:30
Workshop will be held in english language.
Workshop is 140 Euros.
Early bird till 15.08.2019 is 120 Euros.
About the venue and if you will need to bring your own props or not, you will be informed on time.
For all questions, information and registrations please write to us or call on mobile number 00385-911633231