Right Effort and Equanimity in the New Year Yoga with Lisa Walford and Todd Semo

Date(s)
Saturday, January 11, 2020 to Sunday, January 12, 2020
Description

Yoga practice engages every part of us, physical, sensory, emotional,
reflective and spiritual. It asks a lot of us, the persistence and patience
to learn, refine, let go, and start again. Right effort (abhyasa) is based on
cultivating sensitivity, awareness, analysis, correct perception and
evaluation. It is a stream that is forever flowing. Equanimity (vairagya)
evolves when any situation is handled skillfully. Within the fabric of
practice, it is easier to let go of frustration, anger, judgement and fear.
Determination tempered with patience is the way. In this workshop we will
explore how to read the multi-faceted messages from your body and mind in
asana that guide you to right effort and equanimity in practice.

"When wise action comes, you no longer feel the effort as effort, you feel
the effort as joy". -Sri B.K.S. Iyengar, Tree of Yoga

Requirements: Minimum 1 year study

Location
Iyengar Institute of Los Angeles, 1835 South La Cienega blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90035, California
Audience
Minimum one year of study
Cost
$60 per session on or before 1/4, $70 after; whole weekend $110 on or before 1/4, $120 after
Sponsor(s)
Registration Instructions

Saturday 1/11:
11:30-2:30
Sunday 1/12
12:30-3:30

Contact Information
Iyengar Yoga Institute of Los Angeles
E-mail
Website
(310) 558-8212

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