We practice āsanas in many ways. We may move through several
poses in a short time, or hold one pose for a long time. In this
workshop, we will explore inner stillness and stability while we
are moving with rhythm and flow. We will also consider how even in
apparent stillness, there is dynamic movement and life
Working with poses from many categories, we will consider the relationship between intensity and duration. If a pose is intense, duration will be less. If the approach to the pose is mild or supported, then the time spent in the pose can increase. Learn to vary your approach to practice using these four basic ideas of movement, stillness, timing and intensity.
Along the way, Karen will also share ideas about how to work with common physical problems that we encounter in āsana practice.