Practice for Women: Yoga in Support of the Feminine Physique and Physiology

WITH LINDA SPACKMAN
Friday, March 15 – Sunday, March 17, 2019
Morning Sessions: 10am-12:30pm
Afternoon Sessions: 2:00-4:30pm

As Women, the great potential of our Yoga practice lies in honoring and respecting change in our bodies, and structuring our practices to reflect we are we are in our lives. This is especially true as we go through normal transitions and the aging process.

Be prepared to skillfully adapt your practice for menstruation, through the fertile years, peri-menopause and to sustain your practice well into the later decades. This workshop will feature sequences that stabilize the shoulder girdle, open and strengthen the hips and pelvis, and invite deeper understanding of how to navigate the waters of normal hormonal fluctuations.

Morning classes will include energizing asanas and anatomical presentations. Afternoon sessions will focus on and restorative practices including pranayama. All sessions will feature traditional chanting and meditative reflection.

The workshop is suitable for all levels of students, from beginners through life-long practitioners. Preference will be given to those attending the entire series. Drop-ins allowed if space permits.

This course is registered with Yoga Alliance for 15 hours of Continuing Education credits.

$45 per session or $210 for all 6 Sessions

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Biography

Linda Spackman began practicing yoga in 1984 and began teaching in 2000. Linda’s classes include asana, pranayama, Yoga Sutra and Vedic Chant. In each class, Linda strives to impart her joy and underlying reverence for all aspects of yoga. Her teaching style is accessible yet challenging for all levels of practice, from beginner to lifelong practitioner.

Linda is a devoted dedicated student of Sonia Nelson, with whom she has studied the Yoga Sutras, the Inner Limbs of Yoga, and Vedic Chant. Sonia is a senior student of TKV Desikachar. Linda also treasures the opportunity to study in the Iyengar tradition with Patricia Walden, and has done so since 2005.

A longtime prenatal and postpartum teacher, she specializes in yoga for all phases of a woman’s life. She conducts the Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Intensive, and co-teaches with Surya Little, the Yoga and Women’s Health Program for Prajna Yoga.

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