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Saturday, August 13 • 16:00 - 17:30
Lunar Asana Practice for Self-Care FULL

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The lunar asana sequence teaches basic restorative yoga body mechanics with a focus on self-love cultivation, in preparation for the dance of Thai massage and partner therapeutics. The techniques learned in the asana are translated directly into partner therapeutics, both on the floor and elevated in flying, using the element of gravity to amplify the healing flow of prana (life force).

Following the asana we will work in teams of three for a short, guided Thai massage session. Everyone will have the opportunity to base and fly, heal and be healed. This practice offers invaluable tools for yoga teachers, massage therapists, and energy workers who wish to develop a new dimension of healing touch for students or clients.

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Amir Magal

Israeli Born and Venice beach local, Amir has been a photographer and visual artists his entire life.. His work is well known in the yoga and Conscious world. An artist to the core, Amir loves the unknown and the adventure of Life. Ask him where he gets his inspiration from and he points up and says its mostly connecting to source and beauty of nature bodies, and also good chocolate... connecting to the child energy is his practice and... Read More →

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Britta Rael

Growing up in the Rocky Mountains fueled Britta’s passion for exploring the great outdoors and her intense desire for adventure & connection. She is committed to sharing the deep healing that yoga—as a complete system— offers. She has been invested in the path of being a student for nearly a decade and aside from being a dedicated yogi and acrobat is also a skilled musician, writer and linguist. Her infectious... Read More →

Saturday August 13, 2016 16:00 - 17:30
The Uncommons