You can’t say there isn’t a lot of Ashtanga out there

At the beginning of every month, if you didn’t know, the website ashtanga.com puts out a newsletter that mostly highlights workshops happening around the globe.

Read through it and you can’t say there isn’t a lot of Ashtanga happening. i was struck this month by the sheer number. Here’s the list and a sample:

10. Tim Miller – Vancouver, BC, Canada May 1-3, 2015
11. Tarik van Prehn – Monte-Gordo, Algarve, Portugal May 1-3, 2015
12. Basia Lipska Larsen – Wroclaw, Poland May 2015
13. Basia Lipska Larsen – Oslo, Norway May – September 2015
14. Basia Lipska Larsen – Oslo, Norway May – August 2015
15. Richard Freeman – Columbus, Ohio, USA May 1, 2015
16. Tim Feldmann – Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA May 1-3, 2015
17. Lino Miele – Ca Le Suore, Italy May 1-3 and June 14-27, 2015
18. David Robson – Montreal, QC, Canada May 1-3, 2015
19. Mark and Joanne Darby – Cologne, Germany May 2-5, 2015
20. Paul Dallaghan – Koh Samui, Thailand May 2-30, 2015
21. Nancy Gilgoff – Sasebo, Japan May 2-3, 2015
22. Christine Hoar – Stony Brook, New York, USA May 2, 2015
23. Richard Freeman – Columbus, Ohio, USA May 2-3, 2015
24. Greg Nardi – London, England, UK May 4-8, 2015
25. Nancy Gilgoff – Fukuoka, Japan May 5-9, 2015
26. Petri Raisanen – Copenhagen, Denmark May 7-10, 2015
27. David Williams – Burlington, Vermont, USA May 7-10, 2015

The full list, running to early July, is 136 workshops strong.

There’s never been more opportunity to learn from the best and most experienced Ashtanga teachers, has there?

Posted by Steve

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