The Heart of the Matter:
Asana Studies with Christina Sell
Hidden beneath the many instructions we receive in a yoga class is the invitation to pay attention, to respect one’s limits and to develop one’s abilities intelligently. While on the surface postural practice is very physical, it also has subtle,more energetic aspects aimed at the alignment of mind and spirit. More than simply outer contortions, asana practice can point us inward and assist us on a journey of inner discovery and awakening to the Heart of who we are and to the Heart of what matters most to us.
Join Christina Sell for a dynamic weekend of asana studies and personal contemplation designed to help you stretch and strengthen your body and your mind. Expect to sweat, laugh and learn.
- Friday, 6-8:30pm Hip Opening and Arm Balancing
- Saturday, 10am-12:30pm Standing Postures
- Saturday, 2:30-5pm Twists and Forward Bends
- Sunday, 10am-12:30pm Back bends
Individual sessions: $45
ALL and Early Discount: Sign up for all four sessions by December 21 for $160.
Note: to register for the all and early option online, click ‘sign up’ on any of the sessions, choose ‘continue’ and you’ll be given an option to select a single session or the full weekend.
Early registration is recommended, classes will likely fill to capacity again this year.
Christina Sell has been practicing asana since 1991 and teaching since 1998. Known for her passion, clarity and creativity, Christina’s teaching style is a dynamic and challenging blend of inspiration, humor and hard work. She is known for her ability to break down challenging postures into component parts and for her ability to teach postures progressively so that everyone can participate according to their level.
April 29-May 1, 2016
Douglas Brooks is a scholar of Hinduism, south Asian languages, and the comparative study of religions. He lived in India in the home of his teacher, Dr. Gopala Aiyar Sundaramoorthy, Professor of Sanskrit at Madurai-Kamaraj University where he also held a visiting fellowship as a Fulbright Scholar. Currently Professor of Religion at the University of Rochester, he holds both Masters and his doctoral degrees from Harvard University.