Yoga en Akumal 

Where:        Yoga en Akumal
Date:           Sunday, July 22, 2012
Time:           9am-3pm. The group will break for a light lunch - bring your own or dine at one of the local restaurants.
Price:          $450 pesos per person
Register:     via email: marijo@goyogatravel.com

Tantra and Hatha yoga are deeply connected to each other by their roots. Ha-Tha are powerful practices that allows us to bring together two opposite energies into a symbiotic relationship for clarity and transformation. The word Tantra comes from Sanskrit, its root tan means to expand, and the word tantra means to weave, or loom together.

There are several important aspects to a Tantric practice. These include Deva, Mantra, Mudra, Prana and Nyasa. As all the elements of a Tantric Hatha practice are connected, the group will also include a dynamic alignment based Asana sequence that will allow participants to flow from one practice to the next.

Initially, the students will look at the above mentioned practices on their own, and as the workshop evolves will incorporate these practices into one flowing practice. In this incorporative practice, students will have the opportunity to experience the profound connection between Hatha and Tantra.

Come with an open mind and experience the depth of Tantric Hatha Yoga. Jai Shri Ma!

Michael J. StewartMichael J. Stewart is a Hatha Yoga teacher with a varied background. Michael's Yoga journey has taken him from the Jivamukti studio in New York City to study with Iyengar teachers Sharat Arora and Rajiv Chenchani in India, and Sri Dharma Mittra. Michael is also deeply moved by the the practice of mantras and is part of a Kirtan duo called Matrika. This allows him the opportunity to combine his love for African music and his connection to traditional Sanskrit mantras. His teaching is inspired by the spirituality of Swami Sivananda and the deep insight of Patanjali. He is also known internationally as a Movement facilitator, African Drumming teacher, Choreographer and Theatre director. For more about Michael J. Stewart visit his web page - http://www.lokavidu.com.