Join us for the weekend of 19 - 20 May for 'A Weekend with Vincent Boletta'.
Saturday 19 May 9am - 12pm
Breathing to move | Pranayama Workshop
Focus: Explore the anatomy of breath by investigating first the biomechanics and postural tendencies of the body. We will also uncover the relationship between the connective tissue matrix of the diaphragm and associated muscles.
Expect: To learn the ancient art of pranayama and its relevance to the modern world.
Level: All levels
Lunch Break 1 hour
Saturday 19 May 1pm - 4pm
To be bound | Bandha Workshop
Focus: Explore Bandha (internal lock) methodology and how it applies to contemporary yoga practices.
"Through the internal form we are able to establish greater perspective of how to support both our intention and attention. "
Expect: To seam these two elements together in the flow of practice and experience bandha not as a restrictive and confined narrative, but rather an adaptive fluid relationship.
Level: All levels.
Sunday 11am - 1pm
Standing upside down | Inversion Workshop
Focus: Begin to demystify inversions. Learn how to support yourself upside down, establish new skills to gain confidence and overcome fear by learning the right techniques to invert safely.
Expect: To use the subtlety of breath and bandha to develop an understanding of how general posture determines sensory awareness. Then begin to enhance and progress your practice to another level.
Level: All levels (no experience with inversions required).
Weekend Investment $169
Saturdays sittings are pre-requisites for Sundays inversion workshop.
Spaces limited to just 16 participants therefore advanced booked is essential.
Vincent is also the founder of Hansa Yoga a unique style that integrates eastern and western thought and methodologies to the practice of yoga. Hansa Yoga has developed a 200 hours and 500 hours yoga therapy training programme that supports a process of
healing and awakening through principles of human fundamental movement patterns. Using this as the basis to gain greater insight to individual function as well as understanding ones physical, mental and energetic needs. Hansa Yoga is also about exploring the subtle aspects of the breath to discover the artistry of internal flow and form.