Friday, June 23 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
The Psychology of Movement

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We can learn much about ourselves on the inside by watching ourselves from the outside. That's why our yoga practice is as much a psychological (and spiritual) practice as it is a physical one. In fact, movement and patterns of movement are revealing indicators of emotions and belief systems, both conscious and unconscious. And while counselors work with those underlying thoughts and feelings, as yoga practitioners we have the ability to enact similar changes on a daily basis simply by changing the way we hold ourselves and move. Join me for a psychological exploration of the asana practice where you will not only come into greater awareness of your own behavioral patterns as they show up on a yoga mat - but also how to use your practice in making real change off the mat and in your life.
Class time devoted to lecture: 31-45 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

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Peg Mulqueen

With a master's degree in psychology and nearly two decades of yoga study, I've always found myself drawn to any practice of change. As the founder of Ashtanga Dispatch and the host of the Ashtanga Dispatch Podcast, I am an enthusiastic ambassador of this particular method and enjoy... Read More →

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