Workshops

Yoga Practice and Theory: Practice and Dispassion, All Levels

Yoga Practice and Theory: Practice and Dispassion, All Levels

Led by: Ricky Tran

From November 4, 2018 at 12:30 pm until November 4, 2018 at 3:30 pm at Gowanus

We pick up where we left off on Saturday. For the practice of true yoga to blossom, one must put apply the two prong approach of abhyasa (uninterrupted practice) and vairagya (dispassion). While this two-prong approach seem to contradict each other in theory, it is absolutely true in practice. After a deep discussion, we apply this theory to a well-rounded physical practice with inversions and arm balances, ending in seated pranayama and meditation followed by a Q&A and closing circle. Note taking ok but no recording please..

Ricky Tran, BBA, E-RYT 500, CBA, founder of Navanga Yoga, Pop Up Yoga Dallas, Krama Yoga Center, Castle Hills Yoga, Standard Yoga Training Co., Breakfast Yoga Club and TranBand (yoga prop) is widely recognized as an accomplished yoga practitioner and teacher. His lectures and workshops on external and internal yoga illuminate many perspectives of body, breath, mind, philosophy, and lifestyle. His teachings of Sanskrit and the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali are easily grasped by the Western mind. His rich personal experiences offers expert guidance on transformation and awakening. Ricky earned a BBA in Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Real Estate from the University of North Texas and Vinyasa Krama Yoga certification at Loyola Marymount University in Los, Angeles, CA. His yoga practice is inspired by over a decade of practice under different systems but is drawn to the teachings of T Krishnamacharya and his disciple lineages. Yoga teachers to whom he lends loving credit include, but not limited to Srivatsa Ramaswami, David Williams, David Swenson, Sri Dharma Mittra, and The Amazing Kumar Pallana. He has led programs at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, Texas Yoga Conferences, Cosmic Yoga Festival, Holistic Festival of Life, and more.

Gowanus
Sunday, November 4th
12:30 - 3:30 PM
Both workshops $108 early bird, $118 one month prior
Each workshop $60 early bird, $72 one month prior