Exploring Ashtanga yoga with Andy Gill

Saturday 14th September, 11.15 – 1.15 pm Mysore practice, afternoon workshop 2.45 – 4.45pm

A practice and workshop experience with Andy Gill

Following his recent workshops we are delighted to announce an opportunity to work with Andy in a deeper more immersive way at BAYoga. We will have an intimate practice morning Mysore setting with an afternoon workshop to further explore the ideas and techniques shared in the morning practice.

Andy is a highly experienced teacher of over 15 years in the Mysore self practice space and this is a wonderful opportunity to experience working directly with him in this space. The group will be limited  to 8  students, giving everyone the opportunity to work directly with Andy.

Following the morning practice with a workshop provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the techniques and principles that Andy has shared in the morning in a deeper more de-constructed way. The afternoon will likely include exploration of both primary and second series asanas.

About Andy
Andy has been practising Yoga for over 25 years. His yoga journey has taken him through hatha and Iyengar before he found his yoga home in ashtanga vinyasa.  Andy has been teaching ashtanga yoga for over 14 years. He is a third series practitioner and has extensive knowledge and experience in teaching primary, second and third Series asana practice though the ashtanga method. Andy’s personal practice and study has taken him on several visits to Mysore in India, the spiritual home of ashtanga yoga, where he worked with Sharath and Saraswati.

Andy has also had the privilege to work with a number of top ashtanga yoga teachers, including John and Lucy Scott, David Swenson, Rolf and Marci Naujokat, David Keil, Dena Kingsberg, Greg Nardi and David Williams. John and Lucy Scott remain the biggest influence on Andy’s teaching and practice.

Having completed an RYT 200-hour teacher training course with John and Lucy, Andy has continued to study with John and has subsequently taught with him in Goa, Salentop, London, Barcelona and Kathamndu, becoming one of a small group of teachers to be awarded the John Scott Yoga 500-hour teacher training certification.

As a teacher and a practising life coach, Andy understands and respects the needs of the individual student, placing them at the heart of his teaching. He brings an informed and non-dogmatic approach to teaching ashtanga while remaining consistent and true to the traditional method.

Andy is passionate about teaching ashtanga in the traditional Mysore space, and he draws upon his experience both as a teacher and as a coach to provide a supportive, nurturing and inspiring environment in which he can facilitate the personal growth of his students through their practice.

£55   Early bird £50 until the 31st July


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