For the first time ever, KPJAYI-Certified Ashtanga teacher, Tarik Thami, will be here in Singapore to share his knowledge of the Ashtanga practice. And Art of Yoga is extremely honoured to host him at our studio.
Tarik will be joining us for a week of Mysore practice and workshops from 5-9 August 2019. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to deepen your understanding of this amazing practice, with one of the few KPJAYI-Certified Ashtanga yoga teachers.
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This workshop is designed to teach you the fundamental of Ashtanga Yoga: Tristhana and Vinyasa. This workshop will predominantly focus on Tristhana, the 3 points of attention in Ashtanga Yoga. Correct understanding of these valuable concepts will create a more stable, introspective and graceful yoga practice.
Who Is This For?
This workshop is open to all levels including those who wish to maintain and reinforce the fundamentals for your personal Ashtanga practice.
Concept of Tristhana: Correct breathing method, posture and looking place and various ways of easily integrating these principles into our practice.
About Tarik Thami
Tarik began exploring different forms of yoga in the early 1990’s. In 1994 he was introduced to the Ashtanga yoga system. It was precisely what he had been looking for and from that point on he has been dedicated to the system and to deepening his practice. Tarik has practiced Ashtanga yoga for 18 years and over the last 13 years he has studied with his primary teachers Sri K.P. Jois and his grandson Sharath Ranganswamy. He visits Mysore, Indian annually to continue his studies and practice and was blessed teach by Pattabhi Jois in 2005 and certified in 2012.
Tarik currently teaches all over the world but his heart and home is at his daily morning Mysore class in Shibuya, Tokyo. Tarik is committed to teaching the traditional Ashtanga practice as taught by Pattabhi jois and providing students with an ideal environment for them to discover the beauty and power of their own practice and their own yoga.
Visit his website to learn more about him.