What happens when we allow ourselves to move with meaning, from a place of pleasure and curiosity? Join international yoga teacher David Kam over a weekend of venturing beyond asana, celebrating movement as the most primal form of human expression. The weekend will consist both masterclasses and workshops designed to accommodate practitioners of all levels, free to move to our desired scales of expression and intensity.
Full weekend of one Masterclass and three workshops!
Early Bird until 31.5. 2019 3 400 CZK / including all 4 workshops
Full weekend price 3 900 CZK / including all 4 workshops
If asana were words, vinyasa is poetry. Join David in his signature masterclass which seamlessly threads asana into a rhythmic circular flow. As a community, we will be journeying from the dynamic to the restorative calm, exploring multidimensional possibilities of movement to our desired scales of expression. Celebrate movement from a place of freedom and integrity, whilst honouring our connection towards both the self and surrounding. Open to curious movers of all levels with an open mind.
What next when I’m on my hands? This dynamic workshop invites us to explore ways in which we respond to gravity, opening up more possibilities for movement upon entering an arm balance/inversion. Through the notions of ‘giving’ and ‘receiving’, we will explore the spectrum of ‘surrender’ and ‘resistance’ both between and within asanas. Dance with and against gravity as we celebrate the journeying aspect of vinyasa mid-flight. Most importantly, studying our responses to the volatile nature of fear as a mirror to how we approach challenges off the mat. Open to curious movers of all levels, particularly relevant to those wishing to safely unblock the advancement of their physical practice. Not suitable for complete beginners.
The Sunday roast equivalent of this workshop series. Join David in closing the weekend with an indulgent ladder flow exploring the many creative possibilities of mindful journeying between asanas. We will challenge our ability to retain an internal focus within practice through progressive repetition of flows, shifting our attention from thought to feeling. The unique build up of this ladder flow is designed ultimately as a moving meditation, one eventually towards restorative bliss.