John Scott Easter Workshop “a WORK-IN with in a WORK-OUT”

by Mar 8, 2012

Friday 4th April to Monday 7th April 2012
Shri K Pattabhi Jois – Guruji always used to say “That Man only Exercising”
“Ashtanga Yoga is a Spiritual Practice” For a yoga asana practice to be
considered as a spiritual practice it must have 3 components present they are:
1. STRONG BODY
2. STRONG MIND
3. PURE HEART
An Asana practice definitely produces a feel good factor, Join John Scott this
coming Easter weekend on a four-day exploration of yoga and find the secret
key which propels the work-out practice to a work-in practice opening the door to
a Transformative Practice. JOHN SCOTT For many years, a
dedicated, direct and certified student of Shri K Pattabhi Jois. Is
still practicing and exploring the techniques passed directly to him
and continually discovering new meanings to the gems of wisdom
that Guruji left for his students to pass on.
New Zealander by birth, John originally studied Industrial Design
both in New Zealand and Australia to graduate with a Batchelor of
Applied Science in Industrial Design. John applies his design awareness
and skills very uniquely in the teaching of Ashtanga Vinyasa
Yoga. His highly individual, analytical and sensitive approach
touches deeply the students who work with him. During the past 25
years of his yoga study, John’s experience has amounted to
illustrating the Primary, Intermediate & Advanced Series.
Writing “Ashtanga Yoga” – The essential step-by-step guide to
dynamic yoga (Gaia Books) and also producing a DVD of the
‘Ashtanga Yoga Primary series’. John also teaches the counted
vinyasa in 6 different languages.

Cost:

$125.00 for all four days
7:30am -10:30am (3hr Classes)
Each class will have a component of,
or a combination of,
1. Counted Vinyasa
2. Self-Practice
3. Technique
4. Theory
5. Chanting
6. Pranayama
All welcome – Namaste John Scott

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2 Comments

  1. Maggie Wear

    Mike/John – where do I book for the Easter w/s in Wellington with John. Maggie