Senior Level 1 Iyengar Instructor
Saturday & Sunday,
July 10 and 11, 2010
2 classes each day: 10am -1pm and 3pm -5pm
Kevin just this past winter received his SENIOR LEVEL IYENGAR CERTIFICATION directly from B.K.S. Iyengar himself. He was at the Iyengar Institute in Pune for all of October and November 2009. This is a rare opportunity to catch 10 hours of teaching, freshly digested from Pune while Kevin is here in the states from his adopted home in Budapest Hungary. This will be the only 2 day workshop he will be teaching in New York. So if you have taken any of his amazing workshops here in the past, or are a regular New York student of Kevin’s, or just heard of him through the Institute this is your chance. SIGN UP AND SAVE YOUR PLACE NOW. It will be sure to sell out. Only 50 students will be allowed in. (more…)
June 18, 2010
June 14, 2010
Dear Barbara Boris – IYNAUS ID# 1103, (Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States)
We are happy to inform you that your application for the
2010 IYNAUS Assessment has been accepted.
Your recommending teachers have expressed confidence that you are ready for Assessment at this level. As you continue with your preparations, remember the words of B.K.S. Iyengar, “Teaching is a difficult art, but it is the best service you can do to humanity.”
We wish you a pleasant and successful Assessment experience.
Your venue assignment is as follows:
Assessment Level: Teacher in Training
Venue: Austin, TX
Dear Woodstock (Iyengar) Yoga Students,
Please stay posted about upcoming practice classes
that I will offer to prepare for my first Assessment.
Thank you for all your support!
p.s. (Iyengar) is in parenthesis, because I am not officially allowed to use it until the Assesment process is complete. But now I am officially on my way!
June 11, 2010
Just in case you got one in this week’s classes, here is the latest “science” from the New York Times.
“…Dr. Miller suspects that that mechanism is exhaustion, either directly or through biochemical processes that accompany fatigue. Certain mechanisms within muscles have been found, in animal and limited human studies, he says, to start misfiring when a muscle is extremely tired. Small nerves that should keep the muscle from overcontracting malfunction, and the muscle bunches when it should relax. Pickle juice may work…”