Date: April 27th-28th, 2019.
Location: Tsegyalgar East Gönpa, Conway, MA - In person or via Zoom videoconference*
Fee: $100/complete course (per person)
*We ask that videoconference participants keep their computer cameras on during the course. Your microphone will be muted due to feedback issues. There is a chat option for questions. The videoconference link will be sent one day prior to the course.
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Yantra Yoga On A Chair with Global Yantra Yoga Instructor Fabio Andrico:
Yantra Yoga The Tibetan Yoga Of Movement
Yantra Yoga On A Chair is of enormous benefit both to those with physical limitations, as well as those who live busy but sedentary lifestyles.
Participants will coordinate breathing techniques with movements, while sitting in a chair, to gain flexibility and find a renewed sense of well-being in their daily lives.
For more information please read Yantra Yoga on a Chair.
Fabio Andrico has been teaching Yoga internationally for over 30 years. He is famous for using great skill, clear precision, and delightful humor to help students deepen their practice and understanding of yoga.
Fabio began teaching yoga in the mid-seventies, when he studied Sivananda Yoga during a trip to India. In the following years, Fabio was exposed to many different yoga traditions. He ultimately met his teacher, Dzogchen Master Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, and had the rare opportunity to learn the Tibetan tradition of Yantra Yoga directly from this lineage holder.
Fabio is both a Hatha Yoga and Yantra Yoga instructor, as well as an authorized trainer of Yantra Yoga teachers. He teaches Yantra Yoga internationally to groups of up to 700 participants in venues on six continents.
Fabio has appeared in yoga DVDs including BREATHE: The Perfect Harmony of Breathing; and Tibetan Yoga of Movement: Perfect Rhythm of Life Levels 1 & 2, received rave reviews in Yoga Journal, and collaborated on the book Yantra Yoga: the Tibetan Yoga of Movement and Tibetan Yoga of Movement: The Art and Practice of Yantra Yoga.