Sun, Nov 5’th 12pm – 3pm


Pursuing a quiet yoga revolution, based in healing, J. Brown seeks to change the dialog, and direction, of yoga practice in the west. Imagine yoga before it was transformed in its journey to the West. Imagine a personalized, breath-centered practice, passed down from individual teacher to student. A Yoga for the well being of the whole person; something that would provide a vehicle for learning to truly take care of ourselves and ease the pains of life. Yoga changed when it came to the West. New styles and brands of yoga have developed which meet the desires and expectations of much of the American audience. Focusing on the outer, physical achievements, and perhaps losing something in the creation of standardized, scaled and franchised approach to yoga. But the older traditions have also continued, and J. Brown is at the forefront of a wonderful resurgence of this ‘old-school’ yoga. This is j’s signature offering that he has given to thousands of teachers and students around the world. At once both revolution and a return to the ancient roots of yoga. In this gentle, therapeutic, breath-centered approach, we are making the body strong and flexible- but we go about it in a way that also encourages useful patterns of thought and behavior. No struggling. No straining. No striving. Just strong and calm, even and measured work.
Our workshop begins with J. sharing his journey into this new ‘gentle/advanced’ practice form. He then layers on information about the techniques and philosophy behind the approach. After we have a 90 +/- practice, we will discuss what we did, why the choices have been made the way they have, and address individual considerations relevant to the specific needs of participants. The format is designed to provide context and a set or principles that will enable students to fully experience this “old-school/new-school” style and incorporate it into their practice.
Cost: $45 members, $55 non-members, 3 hours
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Notify those that have signed up, hold the workshop purchase in their account, as we typically try to reschedule. If they cannot attend the rescheduled date, then the payment can be refunded to them.



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