May 25, 2017

Workshops

 Upcoming Workshops

March 25-April 22, Yoga of Energy Flow Workshops in Germany and Austria

2018

P1010891March 25-30  ~  Bad Sulza, Germany
Yoga Retreat at Toskana-Therme

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April 2, Ostermontag,  ~  Nürnberg, Germany
Meridian Yoga at Praxis Manuela Dorsch CUM MANU

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Screen Shot 2013-08-22 at 6.56.25 PMApril 5-8 ~ Linz, Austria 
Yoga of Energy Flow 
Institut für Hatha Yoga und Energetik

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April 10-11  ~ Rottenburg am Neckar, Germany
Yoga of Energy Flow/ Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha/ Partner-Assisted Stretching

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April 14  ~  Waldkirch, Germany
Yoga of Energy Spring Flow

 

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April 15-20  ~  Dachsberg, Germany
Yoga Holiday in the Black Forest

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November 9-11  ~  Graz, Austria
Meridian Yoga and Qi Gong

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Sunday, June 24th, 2:00-4:30 pm, Yoga of Energy Flow and Swimming Dragon Qi Gong
Centerville Yoga, Centerville, MA

When the body flows like running water, it is always renewed, always fresh. This is true freedom.

While yoga has its roots in Indian Vedic scriptures, Qi Gong grew out of the Chinese Taoist pursuit of longevity. In this workshop we will explore the Taoist concept of “effortless flow” through Qi Gong exercises, and then bring the same ease of motion into sequences from Yoga of Energy Flow. Then we will focus on and learn Swimming Dragon Qi Gong, an ancient Chinese Qi Gong exercise. This one-minute Taoist form is unsurpassed for its grace and economy of movement. Imitating the serpentine movements of a dragon swimming in the sea and flying up into the clouds, it is reputed to be the best Qi Gong for the internal organs, spine and meridian systems, helping maintain the strength and flexibility of all the joints including the spine.

Registration coming soon . . .