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Texas Yoga Conference February 17-19, 2017
Executive Director
Jennifer Buergermeister 713-839-9642
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Christine Pfeffer 832-567-5687
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Angela Dunne
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Vesica Intensive

Friday, February 17 – 11:00 am – 4:30 pm

Presenter: David Regelin

David Regelin

Vesica Practice:

The Vesica Practice is an evolutionary thread of postures supported by technique-oriented instruction. A typical class begins with Surya Namaskar variations. What follows is an innovative sequence of postures that includes foot standing, hand standing, and seated asanas. The pace of the class ranges from fluid and dynamic, to still, measured, and organic.

The Vesica Practice combines techniques from multiple Vinyasa styles and movement modalities with Ashtanga, Kundalini, and Katonah yoga. Students learn to be skillful, energy efficient, fluid in movement, and well adjusted in postures. The Vesica Practice employs archetypal alignment principles that reveal the proportion, balance, integration, pattern, and structure inherent within each posture. Students learn to safely adjust their own form, and teachers their students form. The goal of the Vesica Practice is to offer a sustainable method of yoga that turns students into teachers, by developing their ability to self adjust, uplift, ground, gain clarity, insight, and become powerful and graceful practitioners.

Vesica immersion: for teachers and dedicated students of yoga.

This Immersion will provide both the practitioner and teacher with the skills and techniques necessary to adjust their own form, as well as their students. This training can provide a valuable method that can enhance and sustain any style of practice. 

We will discuss and develop the skills to:

  • RELATE the part to the whole. Develop your eye for the detail in the shapes, curves, angles, and structures of postures.
  • ADJUST yourself and others based on form, function, symmetry, measure, and sustainability.
  • INTEGRATE the limbs of the body with the spine to develop fluid and skillful technique.