City ZEN International Workshop
19/05/2020 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
20/05/2020 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Solar Vinyasa Practice
Saturday September 19, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Together we will explore the full Awakening Yoga Solar Practice. This intuitive flowing practice asks for your full attention through both challenging movement and complete stillness. Shifting within the balance of organic freedom and structure as go beyond and explore new ways to create harmony in the yoga practice.
This full class experience will move you through a variety of different deeply integrated postures with grace, breath, and purpose. Experience inner stillness with the aide of expansive pranayama throughout and short meditation to conclude this unified practice.
The Lunar Mobility Practice
Sunday September 20, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
I believe in the foundational truth that we are all designed to move. That movement exists in every plane, and thus so must we. Through this complimentary practice we will utilize an array of principles from movement, somatic, functional mobility, and yoga asana to expand our perceptions of possibility and our capacity for exploration.
The Lunar Mobility Practice includes considerably less weight-bearing shapes and focuses primarily on joint mobility, spacial awareness, and individual range of motion exploration through the lens of a flowing yoga practice.
Be prepared to move, breathe, play, and see what your body is capable of!
Patrick Beach teaches Awakening Yoga, a vigorous and fluid vinyasa yoga practice that builds strength, creates flexibility and inspires play. Patrick’s teaching goes beyond intelligent alignment; moving any willing student to an introspective, holistic experience. Patrick is based in Seattle, where he co-owns Commune Yoga and travels the world leading classes, workshops, and teacher training programs.
Suitable to all levels
Workshops in English
Places are limited
- 60 Euros per single workshop
Attendees must have CSEN membership card, available at City ZEN for 5€, valid for the entire year 2019. We suggest to arrive 20 minutes before the beginning of the event.