Workshop at MOTTO YOGA, Sunday July 29, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
7529 S. POWER RD. Suite 101, QUEEN CREEK, ARIZONA 480-819-YOGA
Pre register for this two-hour workshop at www.mottoyoga.com
Participants in this workshop will engage the dynamic force of their own breath – yoga’s therapeutic – through breathing exercises and healing sound, asana linked to focused pranayama, presentation and dialogue, and experimental movmement with rhythmic breathing. During the workshop, yogis will be positioned to encounter self in the ground of their being (BREATH) in their own way.
This 4th Yoga Temple workshop continues the theme of yoga as an embodiment of spirit.
The workshop will unfold as:
PART I 20-30 minutes engagement with the theme including physiology and philosophy through dialogue and presentation.
PART II 50-60 minutes practice with pranayama sets – some will be new to students but completely accessible.
** INCLUDING A TIP FROM ONE OF OUR YOGI’S WHO GREW UP IN INDIA.
SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE IN INDIA DOES IN YOGA BUT WE DO NOT FOLLOW HERE IN THE US. COME TO THE WORKSHOP TO LEARN OF THIS IMPORTANT PRANAYAMA INSIGHT. .
PART III 20-30 minutes of moderate asana with attentive breath focus
These activities will put yogis in touch with pranayama in new and even life-changing ways by:
- a therapeutic experience by engagement with presentation and breathing experiences
- silence and breath hold
- sound (soft volumes) gong, bowl, drum beat, music (recorded and live)
- movement linked to breath
SEE YOU at MOTTO yoga on Sunday, July 29, 1:00 pm for Yoga Temple Workshop #4.
Your hosts for Yoga Breath, Breath of Life
Gregory Ormson came to yoga from a background in athletics, teaching, and spiritual studies. His Doctoral work covered psychology and theology, ritual studies, and world religions; his research focus was on the power of touch in liminal settings. Greg’s practice started in Hawaii and led him to workshops with Kim Tang, Esak Garcia, Lucas Miles and others. Following six years of practice, he completed a 200 hour teacher training course through Gilbert Yoga. Greg writes on yoga, teaches at MOTTO yoga, and conducts Yoga for Bikers (Yoga and Leather) at Superstition Harley Davidson in Apache Junction, AZ.
Katori Noor brings a keen awareness of yoga’s energetics, food therapies, and sound effects to yoga leadership and teaching. She’s practiced over 10 years and completed the 200-hr yoga teacher training through Gilbert Yoga, and a 300 YTT with emphasis in Ayurveda, in 2017. She also completed a 40 hour certified Sound Training at Anahata in Scottsdale, Az. Katori teaches at Firelight Yoga, Gilbert Yoga, and in her home studio in Mesa, AZ.