Yogis across the centuries have harnessed the power of sound to fuel their yoga practice. Traditionally chanting and deep listening held a central role in yogic practice in India. When yoga migrated to the west the physical practice of asana was emphasized and the place of nada anusandhana (yogic sound practice) faded into the background. In recent years, however, there has been a resurgence in yogic chant in studios across the country for its reputation as the simple, quick, easy yogic path. Discover the traditions of sound in yoga and learn how to integrate them into a modern yoga practice as both a student and teacher with one of North America’s leading teachers on the subject.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
To encourage each student to explore their personal experience of yoga and sound to better understand how to teach from this living experience. To understand basic sound theory and technique in order to deepen their personal experience. To understand voice tone and development in order to deepen their experience. How to provide effective instructions to integrate sound into yoga classes.
REQUIRED AND RECOMMENDED READING:
Naada Yoga Naada manual. Article hand-outs.
Basic understanding of yoga asana, a consistent yoga practice, attending regular classes at Naada Yoga and/or another institution. Reading all required assignments. Keeping a practice journal and in-class notes, and discussing practice-related questions.
Dates: MAY 21, 22, 23, 24 2020
Instructor: Ann Dyer
- Access to full weekend workshop : Thursday – Sunday
- All additional resources or readings.
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