30 Hour Katonah Yoga Intensive Training with Alex Sharry, assisted by Antonia Lingemann
*hours bankable toward Katonah Yoga certification
Dates: Sep 30 – Oct 3
Investment: € 850,00
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Katonah Yoga is a practice created by Nevine Michaan that uses a blend of asana, theory, breath work, and meditation to potentiate personal and communal well-being. Whether you are a teacher or student, advanced in your practice or brand new, well-being is a technical endeavour that we are all fit for. In this training we will explore both the esoteric and the pragmatic elements of this practice that will leave you feeling more adept as a teacher, skilled as a practitioner, and equipped to take this practice home with you.
After almost a year and a half of being apart, this 30 hour will emphasize being TOGETHER!
In this training we will cover:
• body reading
• private lessons
• studentship and teaching
• home practice
• pranayama and meditationAbout Alex Sharry
I have always loved being embodied and having my mind changed and challenged, and Katonah Yoga gives me both of those things. In the classroom, I use Chinese Medicine, literature, pedagogical theory, Taoist philosophy, and humor to potentiate well-being. These universal references help us understand ourselves with more clarity, which helps us feel more fluent in the world. Over the years, Katonah Yoga has helped me develop a greater confidence in myself knowing that I have techniques to help me traverse life withskill, grace, and consciousness.
I am inspired by this practice and all the teachers who use theory to navigate the world. I see teaching as an ever-evolving artform that develops in tandem with our humanity.Teaching is the area in which I challenge myself most, but where I see myself clearest.About Antonia Lingemann
What stuck with me the most from the moment I found this practice was the metaphor ofthe body being your house.
It totally changed how I treat and see my body and how I walk through life. That yoga isn’t here to perform, it’s here to INform. That it gives me the opportunity to get to know parts of myself that I’m not familiar with yet, helps me to explore corners in my house that eventually got a bit dusty and leaky over time but also points out the places Ivisit a lot.
Katonah Yoga invites us to question our familiarities and habituals, to explore new perspectives and angles within and around our house, and shows how that translates fromour practice into our life experience.