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WORKSHOP Chad Hamrin (US)
28 August - 2 September1900kr – 4500kr
A Yoga Immersion with Master teacher Chad Hamrin, (USA)
Deepen your yoga: The Architecture of the Yoga Practice. Body and Beyond.
Aug 28-Sept 2, 2018
at Yoga Shakti in Stockholm
In 2017, Chad visited Stockholm to share his wisdom, knowledge and expertize. And it was highly praised and appreciated. In late August of 2018, he returns with more in- depth mini workshops for us all to benefit from.
This time he offers immersion workshops for any student who wish to broaden and deepen ones yoga practice and understanding of the architecture of the yoga. Dive deeper into the yogic experience and strengthen your personal, daily practice with this experienced and well renowed teacher.
Yoga asanas will be explored from moment to moment in a supportive, encouraging, and communal environment.
Through Chads wise and highly exploratory and reflective approach, you will be guided to listen and reflect on your individual experience to refine your practice and encounter profound breakthroughs.
The idea is to have a solid foundation in technique to transcend technique by bringing a creative presence and encouraging intuition to the practice of yoga.
WORKSHOP 1: Aug 28- 29 OPEN workshop for all
Feet, knees and hips
Wrists, elbows, shoulders, upper back and neck
Twisting and Turning
The upside and downside of Inversions: Headstand and shoulderstand
The seriousness of Forward Bends
WORKSHOPS 2: AUG 31 -Sept 2 For Yoga Teachers
Intro to Therapy: Wholeness or Harmony?
Sept 1- 2
Advanced Intensive /Going Deeper
1. Workshop 1 – 2900 sek
2. Workshop 2 – 1900 sek
3. Both Workshops – 4500 sek (save 300 sek)
Bio CHAD HAMRIN
Chad Hamrin, A master teacher from Los Angeles, USA. Chad teaches at Yoga Works and started his teaching career under the supervision of Alan Finger, Chuck Miller and Erich Shiffman. Chad is today one of the more authentic voices of yoga and its path through the body, yoking the mind and spirit.
In 1967 I became involved with the Martial Arts. I wasn’t aware of it as an art at that time. I entered as a shy, angry teenager and trained hard for a good number of years before I got to the artful part. That eventually led to an understanding that was carried over into my studies of yoga and bodywork. There was always a deeper place to go if you were open to it.
I studied many styles of Martial Arts and they all came around to a still point within; the same with studying the many systems of yoga and bodywork. It was wonderful to realize that this was a dharma experience. No need to hurry. Settle in and enjoy. After over 40 years of study and practice with many, many, many teachers, I’m still amazed at the depth of the journey.
I teach from a place where there’s a journey open to all, called life. Yoga helps us to be more open and present in our journey. I teach to simplify and to hopefully inspire each student to be open to their own journey, open to both the struggles and the joys, and to find a place of deep gratitude instead of perfection. I don’t really have a style, I have a practice, and it becomes intuitively presented through the teaching or sharing. One doesn’t really teach someone something; the art is to create a circumstance that they get. That’s the joy, a connection to something deeper that they have found.
Chad Hamrin lives and teaches in Los Angeles and now also travel internationally and teach immersions, workshops and retreats.