Walking into Half Primary

Walking into Half Primary

August 5th, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m at Casco Yoga Panama.

The Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga or Yoga Chikitsa is the ideal place to start the Ashtanga Yoga practice. It’s a vigorous yoga style which promotes health and overall wellbeing using breathing, postures and focus points to create and overall sensation of being in the here and now. This method has been used for centuries to cure illnesses in India, and has guided men and sages on their path to enlightenment.

As a modular and progressive yoga style, it is a system that is built upon itself and is completely customizable to the level of each practitioner. After learning the Sun Salutations and the fundamental postures with their correct method and vinyasa counts, the next step is to start learning the Primary Series postures one by one.

We will go deep into how to enter and exit each of these postures of the Primary Series, as well as their correct method of execution, modifications and vinyasa counts.

Utthita Hasta Pādānguṣṭhāsana
Ardha Baddha Padmottānāsana
Utkaṭāsana
Vīrabhadrāsana [A] y [B]
Paścimottānāsana
Pūrvottānāsana
Ardha Baddha Padma Paścimottānāsana
Tiryaṁ-Mukha Eka-Pāda Paścimottānāsana
Jānu Śīrṣāsana [A], [B] y [C]
Marīcyāsana [A], [B], [C], [D]
Nāvāsana

About the teacher:
Student of the KPJAYI, José Luis Vélez has practiced Ashtanga Yoga since 2008. He has studied under the guidance of R. Saraswathi Jois since 2016. His Yoga Philosophy and Sanskrit studies brought him to Mysore, India with teachers such as Lakshmish Bhat at the KPJAYI and Vidvan Prof. H.V. Nagaraja Rao of the Mysore University and The Maharaja’s Sanskrit College. He has also studied Ayurveda with Vaidya Nixia Lino and Abhyanga Ayurvedic Oil Massage at the Suyoga Ayurvedic Massage Center in Mysore. José travels every year to Mysore, India to study with his teachers, reconnect and learn directly from the source.

Price:
Early Bird: $50 (by paying before July 22)
Regular Price: $60 (by paying from July 23 until event)
August 5th, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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