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Elements Practice Immersion introduces tips on how to approach the Elements practice module. The key factors that constitute the practice will be highlighted through a selection of specific poses from the sequence to allow participants to deepen their understanding.
This will be Basework's 4th consecutive year at Fuji Rock Festival. Come and join us for a practice in the morning or afternoon each day.
David will go through the details of building a strong foundation to practicing the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga System. He will elaborate on all aspects of the system in order to induce a sustainable understanding of the practice.
This workshop will present the history and practice of the only sequential āsana routine that has been preserved in a premodern manuscript. One hundred and twelve āsanas, many of which are based on the movements of animals, are described in an eighteenth-century yoga text called the Haṭhābhyāsapaddhati, 'a manual on the practice of Haṭhayoga'.
In a more in depth look into the history and philosophy of yoga, Jason Birch, doctorate in Oriental Studies from Oxford University will dive deep into topics that extend the research of yoga philosophy and its correlation to modern lifestyle.
This course will assume that students have a basic understanding of the history of yoga and its most well-known texts, such as the Yogasūtra, Bhagavadgītā, Haṭhapradīpikā,
Jason Birch received a doctorate in Oriental Studies from the University of Oxford in 2013.
This lecture series will pose and discuss some basic questions on yoga, such as ‘what is yoga?’, ‘how can we understand its history?’, ‘do all yoga systems aim for the same thing?’, etc. The course will summarise the central ideas of two main types of premodern yoga, namely, Pātañjalayoga and Haṭha/Rājayoga, and look more closely at some teachings that may be helpful for yoga practitioners.
This workshop will present in an accessible way the essential skills of body awareness, body movement and comfortable stillness. The combination of Mindfulness techniques with simple Yoga postures will be taught so that one may enjoy a genuine and healthy pause in daily life.
During this workshop, Movement Lab founder Matan Levkowich and BASEWORKS Practice founder, Patrick Oancia will deconstruct ideas about practice and adaptive learning. On a physical level, the material is inspired by martial arts, contemporary dance, yoga, endurance sports, and contemplative practice. See more....
The Animal Instinct practice is an on going research that examines the potential of the human body in motion. Looking at the mind/body complex through physical, physiological and socio- political lters we aim to better understand the roots of our limitations and the tools to overcome our borders.