Dancing with Emptiness
Dancing with Emptiness
Gorgeous teaching rich with incredible details to help transform our awareness of breath in Asana & Savasana. Ends with 15 min. Pranayama Meditation.
Welcome to the 4th and final class of Intermediate Yoga Module A! This is the first Module of a Yoga Training that will last 12 months. If you’re interested in getting the most out of this unique (but challenging) experience it’s best to have completed Beginners Module A & B before starting here. This 1st Intermediate Module has 4 Classes. Start with Practice A and make your way through them one at a time. The instructions on how to use this Module are written underneath this introduction. If anything is unclear or if you have any questions please feel free to message me here. I’m here for you as much as possible! May our practice be blessed with grace and discipline. 🌈🙏🏼🌸 X Cat.
INSTRUCTIONS: Intermediate Module A is comprised of 4 classes: A, B, C & D. Each Practice accentuates something different so that when practiced together we experience a beautifully structured holistic evolution of Asana. The classes should be practiced sequentially, one after the other, once a week, or according to your time availability. The important thing is to follow the A, B, C, D structure. For instance: – If practicing 4x a week – do A, B, C & D, in that order, each week for at least 5 – 6 weeks before moving onto the next module. – If practicing 2X a week – do A & B the 1st week, followed by C & D the 2nd week and then back to A & B until each class has been practiced a minimum of 5 or 6 times. – If practicing 5X or more a week please message me below. At the bottom of this page there is a section titled SEQUENCE for CLASS D. My gift to you. A recipe of asanas. The Practice Sequence. Each ensuing class and module will have its own unique sequence. Please Copy, Paste & Print. Practice from them, take notes on them, create a file and keep forever. 💖 You’ll also see that each pose has times written next to it: 30 sec, 1 min. etc. In the Yoga world these are called Timings. Each pose has its ideal timing in relationship to others. When practicing with respect of Timings the practice is 100% energetically optimised. To make the most out of this training it’s advisable to follow these timings. The beauty about this is that you can adapt the practice according to your needs. For instance – if time is short choose 30 sec. per pose. And when there is more time choose 1 min. Some poses only have one time option. For instance: Supta Virasana 3 min. Sirsasana 3 min. etc. Whilst it may initially be challenging to hold them that long, with practice the stamina and strength will come. SEQUENCE for CLASS D Intermediate Module A * Sun Salutation with Lunges (Uttanasana, Plank pose, half Chaturanga, Downward Dog, Lunge, Plank pose, half Chaturanga, Downward Dog, Lunge, Plank pose, half Chaturanga, Downward Dog, Uttanasana) Trikonasana (30 sec or 1 min) Virabhadrasana II (30 sec or 1 min) Parsvakonasana, (30 sec or 1 min) Virabhadranana I (30 sec or 1 min) Ardha Chandrasana (30 sec or 1 min) Virabhadranana III (30 sec or 1 min) Parsvottanasana (30 sec or 1 min) Prasarita Padottanasana I (1 min) Padanguthasana (30 sec or 1 min) Pada Hastasana (30 sec or 1 min) Adho Mukha Svanasana (30 sec) Supta Virasana (3 min) Yoga Mudrasana in Virasana (1 min) Sirsasana (3 min) Yoga Mudrasana Vajrasana (30 sec) Janu Sirsasana (30 sec or 1 min) Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana (30 sec or 1 min) Paschimottanasana (30 sec or 1 min) Sarvangasana (3 min) Halasana (3 min) Setu Bandha Sarvangasana (3 min) Dvi Pad Supta Pavanamuktasana (30 sec or 1 min) Yoga Mudrasana in Sukhasana (30 sec each side) Savasana (3-5 min) ✨🤍✨
NOTE – During menstruation please avoid all strong Twistings, Core Work and Inversions.
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