8/22/10 Sonya Cottle: An Introduction to Second Series Ashtanga

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Location:
YogaWorks Montana
1426 Montana Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90403

Dates: 8/22 – 8/22

Instructor: Sonya Cottle

Contact Information: Jessica Sokolove (310) 664-6470 x125

Description
Come explore the challenge and fun of the intermediate series of Ashtanga yoga. In this workshop we will break down the individual postures by giving variations and modifications to make these more advanced asanas approachable for everyone. Get ready to backbend, twist and perhaps even put your foot behind your head! This workshop is recommended for those students who have completed all of first series and the beginning of second, or by teacher’s approval.

Sonya Cottle began practicing yoga in 1999 and discovered Ashtanga yoga with Chuck Miller and Maty Ezraty in 2000. Since then, she has become a dedicated practitioner of the ancient method, linking breath with movement. Through her daily asana practice Sonya has learned to focus her mind as well as tap into an inner strength and peace that no other type of yoga has given her. She believes the practice is the ultimate tool for observation and feels privileged to be able to share her love of Ashtanga with others. In October of 2006 she took her first trip to Mysore, India to study with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and is very much looking forward to returning again soon.

Schedule Information
August 22, 2010
Sunday 2-5pm

Pricing Information
$45 by 8/16; $55 after

Workshop Policy
Full payment is required to reserve a space in workshops. Refunds are given for cancellations made 48 hours or more prior to workshop start date. Store credit will be given for cancellations made less than 48 hours prior to workshop start date. No credits or refunds will be given after workshop begins. YogaWorks is not responsible for any and all costs incurred for travel arrangements or accommodations related to this event.

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