Daily Mysore Practice | Weekend Workshops
August 18-22, 2018
Email SLAYogaSTL@gmail.com to register and for more information.
SLAY is proud to host Harmony Slater in August for a week of morning Mysore practice and weekend workshops at “Just Practice Yoga” located at 3518 Greenwood Blvd, Suite 1 in Maplewood.
Harmony first journeyed to Mysore in 2004 to study with the Jois family. She first received Authorization to teach this method in 2006, directly from Sri. K Pattabhi Jois, and nine years later received Certification from Sharath Jois. She is one of the less than 20 women in the world to hold this honor.
Harmony is a strong presence in the Ashtanga community worldwide. She founded two Yoga Schools in Canada, and in addition to her teaching, she has shared her experiences with the practice, pregnancy and childbirth in the books: Yoga Sadhana for Mothers and Strength and Grace: A collection of Essays by Women of Ashtanga Yoga. She has a wealth of knowledge to offer students, and openly shares her insights about experiencing the full integration of Ashtanga Yoga during her workshops.
Saturday, August 18: Mysore 8:30am-11:00am | Ashtanga Yoga as a Mirror for Self Study and Questions 2:00pm-4:30pm
Sunday, August 19: Mysore 10:30am-12:30pm | Sadhana – Cultivating a Spiritual Practice in the Modern World 2:00pm-4:30pm
Monday, August 20: Mysore 5:30am-8:00am
Tuesday, August 21: Mysore 5:30am-8:00am
Wednesday, August 22: Mysore 5:30am-8:00am
PRICING AND PACKAGES :
***EARLYBIRD PACKAGES = Purchased before July 18th***
EARLYBIRD FULL PACKAGE (all inclusive): $250
EARLYBIRD WEEKEND PACKAGES (2 mysore, 2 workshops): $150
FULL PACKAGE (all inclusive): $300
WEEKEND PACKAGE: $180
MYSORE ONLY PACKAGE (5 mysore classes): $180
MYSORE DROP-IN: $40
ABOUT THE WORKSHOPS:
Ashtanga Yoga as a Mirror for Self Study & Questions
An opportunity for students to ask practice related questions or other yoga related questions. This is a chance to receive guidance regarding the biomechanics of troublesome asanas, techniques for addressing particularly dense areas of the body, and new strategies to work intelligently and therapeutically to support the healing of old injuries.
Sadhana – Cultivating a spiritual practice in the Modern World
In the Yoga Sutras, Patanjali gives us three essential components to Sadhana that address issues arising in the body, mind and spirit. Using the Sutras as a guide, we will see how these ancient techniques are related to current practices of yoga.