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Saturday, March 14 • 8:30am - 10:30am
Connective Issues

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At the core of this workshop it’s about what humans really need: connection.     The first goal is to feel comfortable with touch and begin to flow with the movements presented to you.  You will be exposed to a variety of yoga and martial arts preparatory exercises which require partners and teamwork!    The second aspect of this training will incorporate yogic philosophy into every component.  There will be a lot of fun and, physically, you will find things out about yourself you’ve perhaps never encountered but the undeniable influence is in what yoga teaches us about connection and rejection.     The third goal of the workshop is that you will walk away with a deeper understating of fasting; what it is and why you would want to do it.      This may seem counterintuitive as a trauma yoga workshop but I believe touch to be healing and necessary for many of us who have been traumatized to learn how to reconnect with ourselves and the world around us.     When is the time to connect and when is the time to withdraw?  

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Luke Andresen

Owner / Operator, Living in Sinew
Actions speak louder than words.


Saturday March 14, 2020 8:30am - 10:30am MST
Music Room Red Rocks High School
  Experiential Workshop/Training
  • Participant level Open to all Levels
  • Style Partner Yoga
  • Track Trauma Training
  • Notes to attendees: If you're uncomfortable touching strangers then please bring a friend or partner!
  • what to expect 70% Asana 20% Meditation 10% Discussion

Attendees (5)