Conscious Flow & Stillness

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Conscious Flow & Stillness

49.00

Conscious Flow, Conscious Stillness

Reconnect with a harmonious sense of well-being and join the 2 hours workshop with Prashant (Goa/India). You’ll combine the qualities of a Yin (slow/physically quieter) as well Yang (physically dynamic/warming) yoga practice.

Date & Time: Friday, 7th July from 7 - 9pm
Location: PowerQi, Gartenstr. 14, 8002 ZH
Price: 49 chf

*Please bring your own mat*

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Conscious Flow, Conscious Stillness

2h Workshop with Prashant (India)

The qualities of a Yin Yoga practice can be thought of as a slower, cooler and physically quieter practice, whereas a Yang practice is more physically dynamic and warming.
During this workshop we will mindfully explore and combine these two contrary forces in order to reconnect with a harmonious sense of wellbeing.

Benefits of this workshop:

- Yang: A conscious flow practice working on your muscle flexibility & strength
- Yin: A conscious stillness practice working deeper on the joints, fascia and connective tissue with a calming effect on your      nervous system
- Balance: Learn how to balance the qualities of Yin and Yang in your body

Date & Time: Friday, 7th July from 19.00 - 21.00
Location: PowerQi, Gartenstr. 14, 8002 ZH
Price: 49 chf

*Please bring your own mat*

About Prashant Tewatia

Prashant was initiated into Yoga at an early age, watching his grandpa in a headstand every morning, being taught Hatha Yoga at high school in Delhi and also teaching to his fellow University students in Ireland. Ten years later, he still finds himself hungry to share, learn and engage in the bliss of Yoga. Prashant’s professional practice has been informed by his experience in India of Vinyasa flow in Rishikesh and Goa, Shivananda Yoga in Kerala, Art of Living (Sri Sri Yoga) in Bangalore and Restorative Yoga in Belgum.

However his most extensive and most recent training has been as a follower of the B.K.S Iyengar methodology, under senior Iyengar teachers Usha Devi, Lothar Hofler, Raghuvendra Shenoy and Dr. Abhay Kesti, his guru with whom he has developed a passion for Yoga Therapy.

Prashant’s Yoga practice has lead him across Europe, including Portugal, Ireland and France, through Nepal and Thailand, as well as several remote and urban parts of India teaching and learning.

The exploration, via yoga, of the Zen and Tantric principles of selfobservation, self-acceptance, and inner relaxation is the driving factor behind Prashant’s current teaching practice.