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Thursday, June 22
 

8:00am

Ashtanga Yoga: A Counted Primary Series
Limited Capacity seats available

It was a long time before the first western students of Pattabhi Jois realized that the Sanskrit words he was saying through class were numbers! Ekam inhale, Dve exhale, Trini inhale … their teacher was counting their movements with breath. You see, that's not how they originally learned to practice. Because traditionally and still today, the series is taught individually by a teacher, with each pose allowed to be fully developed before being taught the next. We call this self-practice or the Mysore method. But there is enormous benefit for both mind and body by practicing the movements in a led counted style, emphasizing the vinyasa. The intention is to lead students toward a more balanced practice through a series they are already familiar with. And why this class is intended for students who have had exposure to the Ashtanga practice, though do not necessarily need to be proficient.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

Teachers
avatar for Peg Mulqueen

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 →



Thursday June 22, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
The Mothership by Tropicana Probiotics
 
Friday, June 23
 

8:00am

Ashtanga Yoga: A Counted Primary Series
Limited Capacity full
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It was a long time before the first western students of Pattabhi Jois realized that the Sanskrit words he was saying through class were numbers! Ekam inhale, Dve exhale, Trini inhale … their teacher was counting their movements with breath. You see, that’s not how they originally learned to practice. Because traditionally and still today, the series is taught individually by a teacher, with each pose allowed to be fully developed before being taught the next. We call this self-practice or the Mysore method. But there is enormous benefit for both mind and body by practicing the movements in a led counted style, emphasizing the vinyasa. The intention is to lead students toward a more balanced practice through a series they are already familiar with. And why this class is intended for students who have had exposure to the Ashtanga practice, though do not necessarily need to be proficient.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

Teachers
avatar for Peg Mulqueen

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 →


Friday June 23, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
The Lookout
 
Saturday, June 24
 

8:00am

Ashtanga Yoga: A Counted Primary Series
Limited Capacity seats available

It was a long time before the first western students of Pattabhi Jois realized that the Sanskrit words he was saying through class were numbers! Ekam inhale, Dve exhale, Trini inhale … their teacher was counting their movements with breath. You see, that’s not how they originally learned to practice. Because traditionally and still today, the series is taught individually by a teacher, with each pose allowed to be fully developed before being taught the next. We call this self-practice or the Mysore method. But there is enormous benefit for both mind and body by practicing the movements in a led counted style, emphasizing the vinyasa. The intention is to lead students toward a more balanced practice through a series they are already familiar with. And why this class is intended for students who have had exposure to the Ashtanga practice, though do not necessarily need to be proficient.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

Teachers
avatar for Peg Mulqueen

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 →


Saturday June 24, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
The Lookout

2:00pm

Ashtanga Yoga: Tour of Intermediate Series
Limited Capacity filling up

Ashtanga’s second series is certainly a trip - and one you should take! So hop on this train as we travel along rivers of backbends, discover deep twists and hips, climb strongly into the mountains of arm balances and headstands, before coming back into the station with our closing sequence. During this tour, there will be times we stop, get out, and do our own exploration - while other times, we might just have a quick look before moving on. So all aboard! This tour of Ashtanga's Intermediate Series is open to everyone!
Class time devoted to lecture: 11-20 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

Teachers
avatar for Peg Mulqueen

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 →


Saturday June 24, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
The Nook
 
Sunday, June 25
 

8:00am

Ashtanga Yoga: A Counted Primary Series
Limited Capacity seats available

It was a long time before the first western students of Pattabhi Jois realized that the Sanskrit words he was saying through class were numbers! Ekam inhale, Dve exhale, Trini inhale … their teacher was counting their movements with breath. You see, that's not how they originally learned to practice. Because traditionally and still today, the series is taught individually by a teacher, with each pose allowed to be fully developed before being taught the next. We call this self-practice or the Mysore method. But there is enormous benefit for both mind and body by practicing the movements in a led counted style, emphasizing the vinyasa. The intention is to lead students toward a more balanced practice through a series they are already familiar with. And why this class is intended for students who have had exposure to the Ashtanga practice, though do not necessarily need to be proficient.
Class time devoted to lecture: Less than 5 minutes
Branded Style: Ashtanga Dispatch

Teachers
avatar for Peg Mulqueen

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 →



Sunday June 25, 2017 8:00am - 9:30am
The Nest by Lifeway