A workshop for Greenwich + Woolwich Mysore with Greg Nardi

This is an fantastic opportunity to learn more about the philosophical and ethical structures that underpin the ashtanga vinyasa practice from someone who has studied them for many years and taught about them on retreats and teacher trainings all over the world. Greg's teaching is friendly, engaging and accessible, and focuses on how the ancient texts can be useful and relevant to yoga practitioners today. This will be a small group (maximum 14), so there will be plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion.

If you'd like an idea of what the workshop might be like, click here for a video of Greg talking about yoga with Stu Girling.  

About Greg
Greg Nardi is the owner of Ashtanga Yoga Worldwide, where he teaches a Mysore program almost daily, as well as an internationally renowned teacher of workshops in yoga practice and theory. Greg’s classes and workshops draw on his experience in the oral tradition of yoga that he participated in on numerous trips to study in Mysore, India, and with teachers in North America and Europe, his years of practice, and his ongoing self-study of academic research in contemporary and traditional yoga. Since rescinding his authorisation through the KPJ Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore, India in 2018, Greg has joined the board of directors for Amāyu Yoga, a first of its kind organisation dedicated to educating Ashtanga teachers around power dynamics and consent driven, student-centred approaches to the teaching and practice of Ashtanga Yoga.

Time 4–5.30pm Date Saturday 4 July Spaces 14 Place Zoom Cost £12 / £10 / free for those in financial hardship. All workshop fees will be donated to my trauma therapy fund, which supports low-income clients who have experienced childhood sexual / emotional / physical abuse to access trauma-specific yoga therapy with me  Booking please contact.