Excavating the Inner Strata
Like precious minerals buried in the earth, the value of yoga can be found in higher concentrations within the depths of practice, often hidden below the superficial manifestations of posture and form. As we become more invested in the art and science of yoga, our ability to extract this deeper, more personal information amplifies. Practice, then, becomes a vessel of possibility to see ourselves clearly, not as our own or another’s projected image, but as we really are.
Beginning with simple diagnostic exercises (e.g. internal observation and visual analysis of pelvic rotation), we will excavate the strata of our own physical experience and then use this observation to direct a unique personal pathway through practice. Opposing instruction options which inform differing physical realities (e.g. hypo- vs hyper-flexibility) will be offered in a variety of postures or transitions.