With a master’s degree in psychology and nearly two decades of yoga study, Peg has always been drawn to any practice of transformation. As the founder of Ashtanga Dispatch and the host of the Ashtanga Dispatch Podcast, she works hard to make this practice accessible to ALL – instilling within students a renewed sense of enthusiasm and love of practice. Her intention is for students to leave classes and workshops feeling both uplifted, supported, and most of all, empowered.
A ‘Once in a New Moon’ Practice – Saturday, October 5th, 9-11am
Traditionally, Ashtanga yoga is taught to the individual student, one-on-one, with each posture given adequate time to be absorbed and developed before the next one is introduced. However, that’s not to say there isn’t also enormous benefit in introducing elements of all the series, outside this progression – because there is! And in this 2-hour workshop, students will experience a practice grounded in primary series, with the dynamism of intermediate along with the strength of advanced series woven in. More suited for students with a regular Ashtanga yoga practice – willing to step outside the box.
Psychology of Movement: An Interactive Discussion – Saturday, October 5th, 1:30-3:30pm
We can learn much about ourselves on the inside by watching ourselves from the outside. Find out what your patterns of movement reveal as they show up on your yoga mat, and in your life, and what to do to change the ones that aren’t working.
Ashtanga Yoga: A Lesson in Geometry – Sunday, October 6th, 1:30-3:30pm
“An angle is the space between two intersecting lines at, or close, to the point where they meet.” That’s why the fundamental angles that make up not only Ashtanga’s fundamental postures – but the basic postures of nearly every other yoga practice – are so important! Because each of the angled postures create in the body, intersecting lines that, when followed, will lead you deep into the pelvis where the magical, yet elusive, bandhas reside. And best of all, you won’t need a compass or even a protractor!
Students can register for the entire weekend or single sessions. Sign up by August 23rd to receive an early bird special! Early bird discount is only available for students who sign up for the full weekend. Click here to register!
Customer can receive a full refund up to 72 hours of the workshop. Customer can receive a studio credit within 48 hours of the workshop. No refund or studio credit for no shows.