We noted yesterday that the pre-registration for the 2014 Ashtanga Yoga Confluence opened. You can register at this link. Reminder: It costs a little less but includes staying at the hotel (which is nice and convenient and allows you to be surrounded by other Confluence attendees but also means you are paying for the room).
The schedule is here. A little reminder:
Sunday: May 11, 2014
7:00 -9:00 am – Guided First Series taught by Manju (asana)
7:00-8:30 am – Mysore taught by Richard, Dena, Tim and David with certified and authorized teacher assistance (asana)
8:30-10:00 am – Mysore taught by Richard, Dena, Tim and David with certified and authorized teacher assistance (asana)
11:30 am-1:30 pm – Ashtanga Yoga As It Is with Manju (vedic chanting/pranayama)
Manju began learning Vedic Chanting and Sanskrit at the age of seven from his father K. Pattabhi Jois. After several years of instruction Manju began to practice Vedic Chanting on his own. These simple Vedic mantras create a vibration that result in a feeling of well-being. Manju enjoys sharing his favorite chants with anyone who is interested in chanting to help with memory, mental peace and relaxation.
4:00-6:00 pm – Panel Discussion: Q & A with Richard, Manju, Dena, Tim and David. Moderated by Dominic Corigliano. (lecture/discussion/Q&A)
This class offers an opportunity for students to ask questions of the teachers. Questions submitted in advance
will be addressed.
The Confluence isn’t the only big gathering on the horizon. I just saw that there are still a couple dozen spots available in the Ashtanga Yoga Conference happening next month in Bali. Link right here, and a reminder (although we did highlight it earlier):
Ashtanga Yoga Bali Conference Course Schedule
Sunday – Thursday 8:00 – 10:00 Mysore class
Friday 8:00 – 10 : 00 Led class
Sunday – Friday 14 : 00 – 16 : 00 Workshop ( Each day different teacher)
Sunday , Tuesday and Thursday 19 : 00- 21 : 00 Evening Conference (Q+A)
Please email us for more detailed information and reservation for your space.
The Panel Discussions
First Panel Discussion
The history of Ashtanga “vinyasa” Yoga. The story of Rama Mohan Bramacharya, Krishnamacharya, and K. Pattabhi Jois (Guruji), and the early days of Ashtanga Yoga in America and the rest of the world.
Second Panel Discussion
Asana Principles and Practice: Research and exploration we have all done over the past 30-50 plus years! The daily practice of Ashtanga and how it has changed and modified for each teacher over the decades.
Third Panel Discussion
Ashtanga Yoga Philosophy: Sharing about the other 7 limbs from a practical, experiential real life and living personal perspective.
The Conference includes Manju; David Williams; Annie Pace; Danny Paradise; Mark and Joanne Darby; Anthony Carlisi; Heather Duplex; and Jeffrey Armstrong.
Posted by Steve