session one & two
Patterns, Context and Freedom to Change: how to 'Yoga' in the modern world
Its all getting bit complicated isn’t it? How do you pursue an ancient practice in a modern world with due respect for its origins and recognition of the changed times we live in? In these workshops we will revel in the amazing diversity of our understanding of what a yoga asana practice is and engage ourselves in exploring to what extent we are supported, enslaved or liberated by the work we do. What insights from our own experience will we pass to the next generation of yoga practitioners? Are they valuable gems or worthless modern misapprehensions?
what to expect:
Accessible class open to all, mostly practice based, some discussion, a lot more fun than I have made this sound………..
Tara Fraser has had a lifelong interest in yoga, has been teaching since 1993 and is a BWY Diploma Course Tutor. She believes yoga can help everyone to live well, feel good and age gracefully. Her teaching style draws on several traditions but is heavily influenced by the personalised and therapeutic approach of TKV Desikachar which has been her own practice for many years. In recent years she has been working with Scaravelli inspired teachers who have added a new and exploratory angle to the yoga she practices and teaches. This has been further supported by her training to become a Rolfer with BARSI
Tara is the founder / co-director of Yoga Junction where she teaches workshops and BWY teacher training programmes. She is the author of five best-selling yoga books (Including Yoga for You and The Easy Yoga Workbook) and lectures and teaches nationally and internationally.