A weekend dedicated to discussion, exploration and personal research into the body. We’ll question what we’re training into the body and why, examining the norm in yoga and looking beyond yoga for ideas and inspiration. We’ll learn about healthy biomechanics and the functionality of our movement choices. This weekend is ideal for, yoga teachers, therapists, dancers and movement enthusiasts.
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Some of the topics we’ll be researching include:
- Functional movement and aging bodies:
- Diversity of movement as the key to longevity.
- Restorative movement.
- Understanding Fundamental Movements:
- Walking, rolling, and squatting progressions.
- Shaking medicine as a form of stress release.
- Spirals, curves, undulations and fluid movement.
- The role of proprioception and the nervous system:
- Back engineering movement.
- Resistance training with the Body Loops.
Investment: $350 before April 1 – $400 after
Friday, May 4th: 6pm-8pm
Saturday, May 5th: 1pm-7pm
Sunday, May 6th: 1pm-7pm
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Diane Bruni has been practicing yoga for 35 years, teaching students for 20 years, and training teachers for nearly two decades. Diane was the first Ashtanga yoga teacher in Canada. She co-founded the Downward Dog Yoga Centre, and hosted an internationally aired television series called Breathing Space Yoga.
Her current interests revolve around building sustainable and diverse movement practices that flow away from traditional asana towards functional, somatic and therapeutic science based modalities. As Diane’s yoga journey continues to evolve, refine, and adapt itself, it reflects the very living, vital tradition that is Yoga and beyond.
You can find more information about Diane on her website: dianebruni.com
Emilie March 7th, 2018
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