David Swenson(Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga) Weekend Workshop & Teacher Training(40hour) in Bangkok, Thailand

David Swenson (Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga) in Bangkok Thailand

Weekend Workshop (5-6 December 2020.)

Teacher Training 40hour (7-13 December 2020.)

@ One Studio (Stadium One) Near National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand.

David Swenson (Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga) in Bangkok, Thailand.

2 Days Weekend Workshop.(Sat.5-Sun.6 December 2020.)


Saturday 5 December 2020. schedule

time 9 – 11:00 am.
Yoga Chikitsa: A Fully Conducted Primary Series Class
This class is designed for those already familiar with the First Series of Ashtanga Yoga. It will be conducted like a train ride that will continue flowing along all of the way from the opening sun salutations to the closing sequence. There will be time at the end of the flow to enjoy a deep relaxation.

time 1:00 – 3:30 pm.
A Fun-filled exploration of Vinyasa and Arm-balances
One of the greatest challenges of the Ashtanga flow is the vinyasa. In this class David will break the vinyasa down into its components. He likes to refer to this as: “The Physics of Flight”. The class will also explore the elements of handstands and arm-balances.
This will all be done through the avenue of partner work. There is always plenty of laughter and fun as well as a depth of information in this class. All levels may attend even if you have never done a handstand before. Alternatives are always given.

time 4 – 5:30 pm.
Exploring the Mantra of Ujjayi and the Mysteries of Energy Locks
In Sanskrit, Man means Mind and Tra means to Free or Deliver. Therefore the word Mantra means to Free the Mind. There are many mantras in yoga such as Om, Hare Krishna, Om Namo Shivaya and a plethora of others. In Ashtanga Yoga the mantra is the sound of our breath: Ujjayi. There is no other sound more universal than breath. It is not tied to language or culture and is “chanted” from the first moment of birth. This class will focus on the mantra of ujjayi within asana practice as well as during pranayama. In addition to breath work the class will also explore the invisible world of Bandhas. We well attempt to gain greater understanding of these subtle yet powerful tools through interactive discussion as well as a series of practical exercises.

Sunday 6 December 2020. schedule

time 9 – 11 am.
An Introduction to the Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga
Students should have a regular practice of the First Series in order to attend this class. There will be an introductory discussion of the dynamics inherent to the Second Series. David will then lead the class through a portion of First Series acting as a springboard into as much of the SecondSeries as seems appropriate. There will be a variety of options given for each posture in order to allow multiple approaches.

time 1:00 – 3:30 pm.
Finding Stability When the World is Inverted and Returning Home to Breath
This class will turn your world upside/down in order to explore the dynamics of inverting the body through building a solid foundation from which to grow while also looking at the opposing forces at play in Inversions. Backbends will be redefined as front openings and sitting quietly will be explored as an active participation in self-exploration through developing a relationship with our lifelong companion, breath.

time 4 – 5:30 pm.
How does this practice apply within the context of daily living?
Underlying the mysterious and complex philosophy of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras there is a truly profound simplicity that may be applied within the context of our daily lives. This class will discuss the Eight Limbs of Ashtanga Yoga and explore their applications within our day-to-day life. What is the use of Philosophy without real application? We may memorize quotations or stanzas from great writings but unless we can apply them within our life they are merely words spoken rather than knowledge realized.

7 Days Teacher Training Course 40hour.(7-13 December 2020.)
Teacher Training / Yoga Immersion.
With David Swenson.

This 40-hour course is designed as an intensive immersion into
the teaching techniques of the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga.

This course will cover the teaching techniques of the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga. The participants will learn safe and effective hands-on adjustments through partner work for all of the asanas, practicalities of conducting a class and yoga theory. This is a deep immersion into the details underlying the practice and teaching of Ashtanga Yoga. During the course all participants will be engaged in teaching and adjusting each other. It is fun and energizing. There is a wealth of invaluable knowledge to be learned and tools for practice to be taken away from this immersion course.

Participants should have a consistent personal practice of Ashtanga Yoga and understand the flow and sequencing of the asanas. The course is not designed as an avenue to learn the sequence but rather to learn to teach Ashtanga Yoga or to deepen an existing practice.

As in all courses run by David Swenson there is sure to be plenty of laughter and fun woven into the experience. You are sure to learn more than you ever imagined possible in a weeklong course and have a great time in the process. Don’t miss this opportunity!

Standard Teacher Training Schedule
Day One – Five: 9:00 – 12:00 and 2:00 – 5:00
Day Six: 9:00 – 1:00 and 3:00 – 5:00
Day Seven: 9:00 – 1:00 Finish
These Hours may be adjusted slightly but must be discussed beforehand.

Venue :

One Studio (Stadium One), National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand.( Near BTS. station National Stadium)

*** Registration Now – 31 July 2020. with Super Early Bird Price.***
1. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop + TTC.40hour = 39,999THB.(1,290 USD.)
2. Register for TTC.40hour = 34,500THB.(1,115 USD.)
3. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop = 6,900THB.(225 USD.)

*** Registration since 1 August – 31 October 2020. with Early Bird Price.***
1. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop + TTC.40hour = 44,500THB.(1,435 USD.)
2. Register for TTC.40hour = 37,500THB.(1,210  USD.)
3. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop = 7,900THB.(255 USD.)
4. Register for 1 Day Weekend Workshop = 4,200THB.(136 USD.)

*** Registration since 1 November – 5 December 2020. Price is…***
1. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop + TTC.40hour = 48,500THB.(1,565 USD.)
2. Register for TTC.40hour = 40,500THB.(1,307 USD.)
3. Register for 2 Day Weekend Workshop = 9,000THB.(290 USD.)
4. Register for 1 Day Weekend Workshop = 5,100THB.(165 USD.)

*** The Registration fee NOT INCLUDE food & accommodation.***

*** We No have yoga mat and anothers yoga accessories to provide, Please bring your own yoga mat and anothers yoga accessories by yourself.***

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See you all soon. Thank you very much.



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